This week’s fast mover is another great creation from Inglorious Apps, FlickrCam. What does it do? Very simple: it uploads photos to Flickr in the background in a constant stream as you take them.
I really like this app because it’s simple and useful. Many times I want to take a bunch of photos and only upload the good ones. Other times, however, I want to document an event as it is happening. Imagine you are at a developer conference watching Mini Kiss rock out on stage and you want to share it with your Flickr friends immediately. (Yes, this actually happened to me). You want to spend your time taking cool shots, not worrying about saving and uploading them. With this simple app you can.
Thanks to the multitasking nature of webOS you could use this at a party to take a constant stream of pics while also texting or tweeting. My only complaint about FlickrCam is that it only uploads to Flickr. I wish it would post to Twitter or TwitPic as well, so I could share photos live over multiple accounts, not just Flickr.
This is another gem of an app from Inglorious Apps. Be sure to check out some of their other apps like Crushed, MediaVault, and Notes.
There’s nearly two weeks left in the Hot Apps competition, which is still enough time to get on the leader board. Apps have done it in less than a week, so keep those apps coming!