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Viewfinder for iPad review and interview with Fraser Speirs

Most Mac users know Fraser Speirs as the developer of FlickrExport which allows you to easily export pictures from iPhoto or Aperture to Flickr. Most iPhone users probably know him from Darkslide (formerly "Exposure"), a Flickr client that he developed for the iPhone. Back in September of 2008, he...

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Viewfinder for iPad now available

Viewfinder for iPad is now available on the App Store. I plan to offer a fuller review and an interview with its developer, Fraser Speirs sometime in the next few weeks. For those who aren't familiar with Viewfinder, it is a search front-end for Flickr. Viewfinder will let you filter for certain...

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iPad pulls Fraser Speirs back in to iPhone OS development

When I saw Mac developer Fraser Speirs' Twitter post linking to a blog entry titled "Back In" I knew what it was about: the App Store. Back in September 2008, Fraser announced he was ceasing new iPhone OS development in a widely-linked post titled "App Store: I'm out". Fraser wasn't the first...

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Two views on iPhone OS and the App Store

Most of you will have heard of Fraser Speirs. He's the developer behind FlickrExport and now Exposure for iPhone. This week he's made two consecutive and interesting posts that show what it's been like to be a software developer during the first few days of the Store's operation. In one post, he...

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FlickrExport 3 teaser screencast

Fraser Speirs' FlickrExport plug-ins for iPhoto and Aperture are the undisputed kings of bridging the gap between Flickr and your Mac-managed photos. The plug-ins are pretty powerful, offering a lot of strong integration with Flickr by adding photos to sets or creating new sets on the fly, as...

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FlickrExport 2.0.1 released with bug fixes, API update

Fraser Speirs has updated his fantastic FlickrExport plugin for iPhoto to 2.0.1, ushering in a few key bug fixes an an API compatibility update. The specific bugs that Mr. Speirs squashed (murderer!) are the 'Waiting for Flickr' hangup the plugin could sometimes experience upon finishing an upload...

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