Flickr, widely used Cloud app for photographer
There was a time, when office files were managed at papers, after then a time comes when office was started with management of computer famous software most of them which are currently in use today but now a latest trend is developing among the computer user who were involved with managing their professional documents, now they are extensively involved with cloud apps for office managements. Applications which are used today for cloud computing are practically limitless in designed, cloud computing system could execute all the programs with the help of right middle ware which could an ordinary computer can run. Its potential capabilities and measuring wise it’s from of generic word processing software which is used to customized computer programs designed for a specific company could work on a cloud computing system.
Flickr is well known website which provide online facility to share image and photography at very professional level, website Flickr is created by Vancouver, BC based company Ludicorp . it was founded by Stewart Butterfield, Caterina Fake and Jason Classon in 2002 and after three years it was bought yahoo. Except of being famous and popular website for users who share, embed and photo collages personal photographs is extremely and highly effective at online. Flickr is widely knowen for the service which is used by photo researchers and by bloggers purpose to host their images, photogrpahgy which they embed in blogs and mostly at social media.
it is estimated that Flickr has 87 million registered members and very extensively in million of new images are uploaded daily. In August 2011, flickr was reported that it had hosted more than 6 billion images, these number continuously grows after that reports . Flickr after its great success comes under often at corporal changes. First amend was take place in 2008 when co founder of Flickr announced his resignation , which allows his wife caterina fake to jump into take the whole ownership of the company in 13 June 2008.in 2010, after the major verge of yahoo lay-off , Flickr was specifically named as a target for these 10–20% of its workforce lay-offs