iOS App Flic Is Basically Tinder For Your Photo Library

iOS App Flic Is Basically Tinder For Your Photo Library
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Scrolling through your phone’s camera roll can often feel more like a messy filing cabinet than a beautiful gallery of life’s moments. Flic is a new app for iOS that lets you easily and rapidly get rid of those bum shots for a well-kept photographic record.

Flic uses an ultra-simple interface to confront you with one photo at a time, which you can either swipe left to trash, or swipe right to keep. SOUND FAMILIAR?

The next photo in line immediately shows up for rapid-fire sorting. It conveniently shows you how much disk space you are clearing with your batch of rejects, and only truly deletes them until you give it the OK when it gets to the end of each month’s photos.

Flic could benefit from some added features like being able to select a specific album to sort through, but its core purpose makes the annoying task of selecting all those little thumbnails in the stock iOS photos app a thing of the past.

Flick is available for a buck in the iTunes App Store.