How to Transfer Photos from Dropbox Carousel to Flickr on Android?

Dropbox Carousel will be shutting down as a standalone app. The Dropbox Carousel app for Android and iOS device will no longer functional as of 31st March 2016. All your photos will still be safe in Dropbox. If you want to keep a backup of your photos, then you can transfer them to Flickr using Android phone. Transferring photos from Dropbox Carousel to Flickr on Android is easy. Here's how you can transfer photos from Dropbox Carousel to Flickr:

Following are the steps to Transfer Photos from Dropbox Carousel to Flickr on Android:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Download and install "Flickr" app on your Android phone from the Play store.
  3. Open "Dropbox Carousel" app on your Android phone.
  4. Tap  or long press the photo or video and select other photos and videos which you want to share.
  5. Tap "Share" button located at top right corner of the screen.
  6. You will see 2 options i.e. Shared Album" and "Other Apps".
  7. Tap "Other Apps" option.
  8. Choose "Flickr" app.
  9. Add effects to the photo & Tap "Next" button.
  10. Write a description & tap "Share" button.
  11. This is how you can transfer photos from Dropbox Carousel to Flickr on Android.

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