How to Share Flickr Photo Album to Google+ on Android?

Flickr is a photo or video hosting website where you can backup photos, videos and share them with family and friends. It offers 1000GB of free storage space to all its users. An Auto-uploadr is an easy way to privately store your photos and videos. Uploaded photos and videos are always private until you choose to share them.

Following are the steps to Share Flickr Photo album to Google+ on Android:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Download "Google+" app on your Android Phone from the Apple App store & launch it.
  3. Go to & sign in to your account.
  4. Download and install "Flickr" app on your Android Phone from the App store.
  5. Open "Flickr" app on your Android phone.
  6. Tap "Albums" button.
  7. You will see all your photo & video albums.
  8. Open the photo album which you want to share.
  9. Tap "Share" icon located at the top right corner on the screen.
  10. You will see the list of applications, select "Google+" option.
  11. Tap "Right-arrow" icon.
  12. This is how you can share Flickr photo album to Google+ account.

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