Flickr and Vimeo Integration Coming to iOS 7

Apple is widely expected to reveal iOS 7 at this year's WWDC in early June. Besides a completely redesigned user interface, the newest iOS is likely to include built-in access to both Flickr and Vimeo according to 9to5Mac. The photo and video sharing services would join Twitter and Facebook, which were added in iOS 5 and iOS 6 respectively.

Flickr Vimeo iOS

Full integration into Apple's mobile operating system could mean millions of new users for Flickr and Vimeo practically overnight. Instead of having to open a separate app or login multiple times to an account, user information will be entered directly into the iOS Settings and accessed automatically when needed. Features to simplify uploading and sharing of content would be provided directly in stock apps, such as the Camera.

Vimeo Launches PRO Commercial Hosting Services

Vimeo, known for its high-quality video sharing among artists, video enthusiasts and professionals is launching a new PRO service to attract business customers. Vimeo PRO promises to be an advanced yet simple-to-use commercial hosting option costing only $199 per year. Customizable portfolio websites and logo branding on embedded videos lead off the extensive list of features.

Vimeo PRO logo business

There are no bandwidth caps or time limits for Vimeo PRO customers, although default storage space is 50 GB and number of plays tops off at 250,000. Of course more space and additional playback options can be purchased for an additional fee ($199 per extra 50 GB or 100,000 plays).