That is, the new one, or the new new one... There may be some help from the MAS. I bought both the following apps. Flickery first, then F-Stop, because it did more than Flickery. They seem to leapfrog each other but have much the same functionality. What they do, most importantly, is make Flickr much more usable. You can view your contacts photos by latest, or all or whatever (and your own). You can up and download to your heart's content, you can comment from within the apps. The one thing I don't like is that when you get a link for a photo to share, it is always HTML, not BBCode, that is offered up. But, given that its beginning to look like they are going to be dumping the BBCode option in the next iteration of the site, I guess we all have to get used to it anyway. I no longer choose to use the display for a small screen on the iPads... I scroll and get over the annoyance. Anyway... why would you bother? Its faster. *Everything* is faster inside the app than accessing via the Flickr web page. Be aware that you'll only ever get a max of 30 shots displayed at once (its all paged in the app) and thats a feature of the Flickr API. Links: Flickery: http://www.flickeryapp.com F-Stop: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/f-stop/id658386191?mt=12 I am not aware if there is a similar app or apps for Windows or Linux.