PhotoSync is a lightweight software application designed specifically for helping you synchronize your Flickr folders with the photo directories on your computer with the aid of a straightforward set of features.
In order to use the program’s uploading and downloading capabilities, you need to authorize the tool and sign in using your Flickr account.
You can find the utility hiding in your system tray, running in the background. It doesn’t interfere with your work. A double-click on the program’s icon opens up the folder that stores the synced photos, while a right-click allows you to gain access to the configuration settings.
PhotoSync automatically monitors a special directory on your computer and synchronizes the changes made to the folder with your Flickr account. Plus, any adjustments that you apply to your Flickr images and videos are reflected in the directory from your computer.
The configuration panel looks intuitive and easy to decode. Although there’s no support for a help manual, you can tweak the dedicated parameters on your own.
The application gives you the possibility to set up permissions (public, friends, family), check out log data about the downloading/uploading tasks and possible errors, and select the synchronization directory.
You can recover the deleted photos and videos from the Recycle Bin or empty its content with a single click and choose between two synchronization modes, namely full (your Flickr account and computer will be synchronized) and up (only data from your computer is synced with your Flickr account and not vice versa).
All things considered, PhotoSync provides an efficient and simple software solution for helping you sync data. Whether you want to delete, rename or add photos, the changes are automatically applied to your Flickr account or vice versa.