GNOME Photos 3.9.4 Allows Users to Access Photos from Flickr

This unstable release also supports pushing pictures to DLNA renderers

The first development version of the upcoming GNOME Photos 3.10 photo viewer and organizer application for the GNOME desktop environment has been released a couple of days ago, on July 9, 2013.

Among some of its coolest features, we can mention that GNOME Photos 3.9.4 now allows users to access photos from the Flickr online photo management and sharing webapp, supports pushing images to DLNA renderers, and supports rubber band selection.

GNOME Photos 3.9.4 also squashes several annoying bugs, such as the disambiguate "Organize" and inactive compilation warnings. Moreover, bash-specific syntax is now avoided in photos-generate-about, proper ellipses are now used instead of their ASCII equivalents, the signal handlers tracking has been simplified, and is now used to generate .gitignore files.

The following translations have been updated in GNOME Photos 3.9.4: Arabic, Czech, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, and Spanish.

Download GNOME Photos 3.9.4 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.

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