AppBurst Releases Flickr Image Gallery Module for iPhone Apps

Posted by Rob Cartagine on Mar 09, 2010

AppBurst iPhone development company has announced  the release of their image gallery module for iPhone apps.  The image gallery module allows users to add image galleries to their custom iphone applications built with the AppBurst platform.  The image gallery module currently has a connector built for Flickr, the photo sharing / social media image site from Yahoo.  The Flickr connector allows customers to create image galleries inside their iPhone app by connecting to their Flickr photo stream and photo sets.  Customers can create multiple galleries inside their app by adding the name and locations of their Flickr photo stream and Flickr photo sets.

Commenting on the new image gallery module, AppBurst co-founder Mike Haldas says: “We have successfully created another way for users to easily add existing content to custom iPhone apps built with AppBurst.  As users add new photos to their photo stream and sets on Flickr, the photos will show up on real time within their app.  We have already released this update to our iCamViewer and MMA Fan iPhone apps.  The iCamViewer app showcases surveillance product photos, while the MMA Fan app has photo galleries of CFC (Cage Fighting Championship) fighters and models.  Screen shots of how photos are displayed in the apps can be seen below.  We already have an enhancement to the image gallery module under development which will allow users to upload pictures from their mobile phones which will update their iPhone application in real time.”

About AppBurst

AppBurst is a mobile application development company. The AppBurst framework enables businesses and individuals to create custom iPhone, iPad, Android, and mobile-web applications quickly and affordably. Visit www.appburst.com for more details.