Get your Free Flickr Cloud Storage up to 1 TeraByte – Official

21 May 2013 By Shashank

In an unexpected move, Flickr which is owned by Yahoo has announced that its users will now get a massive 1 Terabyte of free cloud storage for their photos, apart from this, free users can store massive photos up to 200MB per photo for free, this 1TB space could also be utilized by uploading Full HD videos up to 1GB each. This new update also allows users to upload and download original photos without worrying about the file size.


Free Flickr accounts are Ad supported, there is an ad free account for $49.99 per year and if you wish to purchase even more storage then you can get the Doublr package for $499.99 per year which has 2 TB of storage and is ad free.

Play Store Flickr app has also been updated with latest version that supports the above features, it also has 16 filters, photo editor and sharing features.

Flickr Lives. Saved.

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Hemant Jain says:

this is really cool. 1 terabyte is huge storage one can get. thanks for the info.

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