So you use Flickr… what else is out there that is going to enable you to get the most out of it?
Thanks to Flickr’s API a lot of people have come up with some very interesting tools. As I’ve learned there are a lot of things to discover from GreaseMonkey scripts to external sites that enhance the Flickr experience. Below (in no particular order) are my favorite external sites that enable me to more quickly review the photos of others and monitor my photos.
A quick and easy way to see the current 20 highlighted images in Explore.
Note: You can authenticate by clicking on “Mine” at the top for an alternate view of your images.
See in a very quick fashion via small thumbnails the top 500 most interesting photos for any day.
Flickrleech + Scout = Flickr Grab
The result is a quick way to see the top 500 most interesting for the day, your favs, the order of your photos based on interestingness and interestingnessly weekly.
Interesting Photo Builder (my photos as an example)
A neat tool to present x number of your photos in a one page display on black. Unlike the one page “On Black” toy from BigHugeLabs this application lets you present multiple images on one page.
A bonus tool for Flickr and iPhone users that I’ve recently discovered…
One of the many lightweight web applications provided is a Flickr viewer. It’s the best Flickr viewer I’ve found to date for the iPhone.
Know of another Flickr tool I’ve left out that I should have listed? Let me know what it is.
[tags]Flickr, tools, web, application, iPhone, Scout, Darckr, Flickrleech, Flickr Grab, Leaflets, GetLeafLets[/tags]