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Portfolio To Go for Flickr

Portfolio To Go for Flickr

 

Description

The perfect app for artists and photographers to take their Flickr portfolio... to go!

5th September 2010: Portfolio To Go Mini is now on iPhone/iPod Touch - Portfolio To Go in your pocket!

Check out our website for info, press, a tutorial and a video review on Portfolio To Go:

http://www.nickkuh.com/portfolio-to-go/

Chosen as Apple's iPad App of the Week in Australia, picked as staff favourite + new and noteworthy in numerous AppStores.

Portfolio to Go for Flickr syncs your Flickr photosets to local, cached galleries on your iPad. Once all galleries and images are cached you can view your portfolio without an internet connection. Perfect for use with iPad Wi-fi - sync and go.

Some key features:

# Photo Wall:

View all your Flickr photo galleries at once - scroll each gallery horizontally to browse thumbs, scroll vertically to traverse through all synced galleries. Click on any thumbnail to jump into the main image view.

# Main image view displays gallery thumbnails to enable intuitive gallery navigation. Just click the main image to go full-screen.

# Flickr Authorization: access to all of your private, friends and family and public photos

# Multiple cached portfolios: add unlimited Flickr portfolios via your contacts or Flickr IDs to P2G and switch between them.

# Auto-cache photos: all photos get cached in the background while you browse (you can turn this feature off in settings)

# Send Portfolio to a Client: Pick and choose which galleries to include and then send your portfolio straight to clients and friends by email from the app. Clients will download the free Portfolio to Go Player app to their iPad and launch your portfolio from the emailed link.

# Share your photos and Flickr links via Facebook, Twitter or Email

# Save favourite Photos to your iPad Photo Library

For best results in scale to fill mode be sure to upload images to Flickr with long side measuring more than 1280 pixels.

Got an idea for a new feature for Portfolio To Go? Click 'Suggest a Feature' and let us know!

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Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

5/5 stars

Very well done

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I have a couple of Flickr apps, but I use this one the most. No you can't browse, but if you need a tool to download and show your Flickr sets, this one works better than most. Its best feature is the ability to download various sets to your iPad, and then select which ones you want to be visible. Slide show feature works nicely, and the browser also works well. Also you can refresh a set immediately without having to dig through a bunch of menus.

5/5 stars

Never gave a 5* review, until now.

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I am generally someone who doesn't see the world in extremes. Things aren't often 1 star, or 5 stars.

But this is a great app. It's well designed. It does what it's supposed to do (download and cache some or all of your pictures from Flickr). And, it does a few other great things - like easily sharing a piee of your portfolio with someone else.

It's stable (and I've got thousands of images). It's responsive (and I've got a 3Gs). And it's got great support (how many apps have you seen that let you suggest a feature right from the app interface).

I've got a half dozen free and paid Flickr apps. This one is by far the best and well worth the $5.

Now, if only the developer would do something just as good for SmugMug :-)

Michael Peachey

2/5 stars

Way, way too much missing, and a terrible UI.

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Here's what you can't do:

- view photos in your photostream that aren't in a set
- select which sets to sync offline - it's all or nothing
- pinch zoom your photos

Also, it's suprisingly unpretty (a more minimalist presentational approach similar to the built in Photos app would be better) and very much *not* a joyful experience to use.

It has 4 menus, with 3 different visual styles across them.
The first two menus contain a sum total of 7 buttons, all but 2 (or perhaps 1) of which are to help the author promote the app or other apps he's written (posting about the app to Twitter / Facebook, reviewing the App, download links for his other Apps, etc.).

It does exactly what it's supposed to do, but with so little flair I pretty much deleted it straight away. A major disappointment :(

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