Many people share images on Twitter regularly but the main problem arises when you have to find them. If you are a regular Twitter user, finding them in your timeline can be a very difficult and time consuming task as you have to go through all your tweets and then find the images. Personally, I prefer saving all my images on my Flickr account. By default, there is no official way to upload all the images you share on Twitter to Flickr. If you are looking for a simple and easy way to transfer all the images your share on Twitter to Flickr. Here’s how you can easily transfer them using a very handy online tool known as TwitPickr.
TwitPickr is a very handy online utility that allows users to transfer photos shared on Twitter to their Flickr account in few simple steps. The best thing about the service is that you don’t have to install any third party application to your computer or your browser. Just authorize the app to access your Flickr account and it will do the rest.
How to Transfer Images from Twitter to Flickr
Using TwitPickr is very simple and easy to use. All you have to do is visit TwitPickr homepage and enter your Twitter username in the field provided.
The time it takes to show you all the photos depends on the number of tweets you have. For me, it took less than 5 minutes to scan my tweets. After a few minutes, it will show you the thumbnails of all the images you shared on Twitter. Just check the images you want to upload on Flickr and click on Upload. You can even change the titles of the images from TwitPickr.
Before proceeding, you must authorize TwitPickr to access your Flickr account.
It will now start the upload process and will show you a confirmation message after the upload process is complete. You can now go to your Flickr account and check your PhotoStream. It will even show you in the description that the image has been uploaded from TwitPickr.
I think TwitPickr is a very useful tool when it comes to transfer photos from Twitter to Flickr. During our test, we didn’t come across any issue what so ever. Did you try TwitPickr? If yes, feel free to share your thoughts using the comments section below.