How to Share Photos from Google Photos App to Flickr?

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Flickr is a popular photo management and sharing application founded by Yahoo. It is widely used by bloggers and photographers to host photos that they embed in blogs and websites. It provides code to embed photos into blogs and websites. Google Photos is a photo and video sharing service by Google. You have photos in Google Photos account and want to transfer them to Flickr then, follow the steps below.

Following are the Steps to Share Photos from Google Photos App to Flickr on Android:

  1. Go to https://www.flickr.com/ & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.
  2. Download and install 'Flickr app' on your Android phone.
  3. Open Google Photos app on your Android phone.
  4. You will see two tabs i.e "All" and "Highlights".
  5. Tap "All" tab and select the photo which you want to share.
  6. Tap "Share" button located at the top on the screen.
  7. You will see list of applications. Select "Flickr" option.
  8. Add effects to your photo & tap "Next" button.
  9. Write description & tap "Share" button.
  10. All your photos will now be shared to Flickr.

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