Curious what photographs have been taken in your local area? If so, GeoFlick is a Windows Phone app that will let you do just that.
GeoFlick is a simple application that pulls photos from Flicker that have been geo-tagged and brings them to your Windows Phone. Settings allow you to determine the image size, how you prefer the image resized, and the radius of your image search. GeoFlick's search radius can be sized from .06 miles to 20 miles.
Image results are browsed by side swiping the screen. If you see something you like and want more information on the photo, just double tap the image to pull up the image details. The details cover the image title, owner, date taken, image description (if available) and a link to the Flickr page. You will also see a Bing Map with the location of the photo pinned.
It's an interesting photography app for your Windows Phone. You can't save the images to your Windows Phone but it can be interesting to see what all has been photographed in your area. The app ran smoothly with no bugs, glitches or crashes experienced and images loaded quickly.
GeoFlick is a free, ad support application that you can grab here at the Windows Phone Marketplace. It is a mango app so you'll need to make sure you have updated to Windows Phone 7.5.
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