TiPb Apps 2.5 -- Clixtr for iPhone (Macworld 2010)

Clixtr at Macworld 2010

Live from Macworld 2010, Rene and Leanna talk to Clixtr [Free - iTunes link] about getting social with your iPhone photos.

Watch along after the break!

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Tom Stephens says:

"Live from Macworld 2010"
Now that would be interesting... given Macworld was two weeks ago. Presumably you meant 'Taped at Macworld 2010'?

Jin Lim says:

Just downloaded the app. Never heard of it until now. The GPS option is really interesting, being able to see events nearby.

Freiteez says:

@Jin Lim I havent heard of this app either. Seems interesting. Thanks for the interview Rene, gonna check this one out now. The free price point is always nice for me

Michael says:

HAvnt heard of the app but looking forward to downloading it and checking out the features.

jhoffmeyer says:

Downloading the app now. It sounds cool and you can't go wrong with free.

tyrran says:

Not a bad little app at all. My biggest concern is privacy settings and how accessible photos and geotags left by this application will be. Also, this is one of those rare cases I actually wish they would charge 99 cents or something, justly so the developers would have the drive to update frequently. Still, quite cool!

Orangensaft says:

Sweet! I can see this being really nice for when you have a close circle of friends you trust and you want to share pictures of things of mutual interest. Cool.

ninjamattic says:

Good for my close close close friends and family. Not sure how comfortable I am with having my photos out there though...

etc says:

It looks interesting. Probably not an app for me though, I don't do much social networking stuff.

Jason Tsai says:

hmmm interesting....i like using the official social networking apps though

zeagus says:

I might have to try this out.