Photo-sharing site Flickr is great for uploading and exchanging photos, but with more than 4 billion photos uploaded to the site, it can be difficult to find what you’re looking for. Last year, Connected Flow released Viewfinder for OS X, a program that aimed to make searching Flickr as friendly and easy as searching your own Mac. Now, the company has released Viewfinder for the iPad—a platform that couldn’t be better suited for it.
The app supports the usual swipe and pinch gestures for browsing and zooming, as well as the ability to browse photos in full-screen mode. If you tap and hold on a photo, the app will display additional information, including a map of where the photo was taken. There’s also the ability to launch the iPad’s Maps app with one touch in order to explore photo locations.
Viewfinder works on an iPad running iOS 3.2 or later.