Pushr is a native iPhone application that will take the images in your Camera Roll album (in other words, pictures that you've taken using the built-in Camera application) and upload them directly from your iPhone to your Flickr account.
It doesn't recompress the images, it doesn't strip the EXIF data, and it doesn't do any fancy mangling.
The recommended installation method is to install the package from Installer.app.
March 6, 2008
Pushr should be available on the App Store when it launches in June. Work is underway to port Pushr's code to the official SDK.
February 15, 2008
Pushr 0.7 is currently in limited-release beta testing. At the moment, the features included in this release are:
- Allow editing of name/description before uploading: Done
- Enable global privacy and tagging settings, as well as per-photo settings: Done
- Store metadata for JPG files in extended filesystem attributes (name, description, whether the photo has been pushed or not, whether the photo was removed from the list of photos to push): Done
- Properly differentiate between internet-via-EDGE, internet-via-WiFi, and no-internet-at-all (e.g. airplane mode): Done
Pushr 0.6, the current stable release, includes the following features:
- Showing a list of the photos that will be pushed
- Allowing photos to be removed from the list
- Providing better feedback about the photo currently being uploaded
- Warning the user when they're connected via EDGE and not WiFi
Track the latest changes as they happen! The git repository for Pushr is located at:
You can browse the latest developments online, too!
Pushr was written by Chris Lee <email@example.com>. Please use this email address for any Pushr-related comments, questions, concerns, and other feedback.
Feel free to throw money at me! I don't charge anything for Pushr, but if you love it so much that you just can't help yourself... well, here's the button.
This software is licensed under the CC-GNU GPL.