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There is a stand-alone Flickr Uploadr. And there might be a situation where you need a stand-alone app instead of the built in uploader app that I talked about previously, here built into Flickr. The way that you get to this stand-alone app is that you go to flickr.com/tools and that will bring you to this page. And then you can download the stand-alone application either, for your Mac, or Windows 7 computer. Now, once you have that, let's go ahead and minimize this, here is the Flicker Uploadr here, you can launch it.
And then you use add photos. You pick the shots that you want to upload. And then you fill out the basic information and upload. So, it basically does the same functionality that we did before but it's a stand-alone application, so you're not in the web interface. As I said, there might be a situation where that comes in handy. And if there is, and you need to get to it, then just go to flickr.com/tools and you can download the stand-alone uploader.
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