On Saturday, Yahoo! released an update for its popular Flickr application on the iOS platform. The new version, which is 3.2, brings a native interface to the iPad (iOS 8-only). In a blog post by Yahoo!, the company details the new update and everything that's new in it.

One the major new features in the new Flickr application is that you can now take high-resolution photographs with more than 3-million pixels. iPad users can take full advantage of photography tools, like filters and other editing tools to re-touch their photographs before sharing them to other services with the new built-in support for Apple's iOS 8 third-party application sharing.



Yahoo! still offers you an incredible 1TB of storage for free for all of your photographs on your Flickr account. That's a lot of storage for the average photographer, and better yet, it's FREE.

Flickr 3.2 also adds the ability for all users, whether iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, to access and edit photo details, search all of the photos they've taken, and includes a variety of bug fixes and stability improvements.

Existing users of Yahoo!'s Flickr application will find this update under the Updates tab in the App Store application. If you're an iPad user and want to get started with the new application, or you just want to get started with Flickr on another type of iOS device, then you can download the free Flickr application from the App Store at this link.

Sources: App Store via Yahoo! via iMore