Portfolio to Go for Flickr has just been approved for sale by Apple and is now availabile for iPad on the App Store.

Following the success of Portfolio To Go Lite – a top 10 free iPad App for Photographers – this pro version adds many new features including:

  • 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 improved gallery navigation. Just click the main image to go full-screen.
  • Pick and choose which galleries to display and which to hide
  • Share your photos and Flickr links in app via Facebook, Twitter or Email

Apple has chosen to feature Portfolio to Go for Flickr in the new and noteworthy section of the iPad Photography category – they did the same for the Lite version 🙂


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