Eternal Storms (http://www.eternalstorms.at) has updated their flickr client, flickery, for Mac OS X 10.5 or higher to version 1.9.2. The update automatically converts RAW files and offers converting options for video files so they can be uploaded.
With flickry, you can browse flickr’s photos, view and comment on pictures of your friends, or upload and manage your own photos and favorites. flickery offers three ways of viewing photos: the miniature-overview of the photos where you can see multiple pictures at a time; the full-window-view, which lets you view one photo at a time in detail; and the full-screen view.
As a special offering through the holidays, flickery is 25% off (approximately US$13.45) until Jan. 3. Also, users who purchase (or have purchased) flickery in December have the chance of winning one of seven flickr pro accounts.
Flickery is available in a 15-day fully functional demo. After the trial period has expired, users can purchase the application for $13.45 until Jan. 3, after that, the price will go back up to $17.95.
Student prices and special rates are available. Version 1.9.2 comes as a free update for existing customers. Members of MacHeist who have received flickery as a gift can purchase an upgrade at a discounted price of $8.95.