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I am currently using PicPlz. It works great. The only problem is that all photos uploaded are publicly displayed on PicPlz website. Looking for something that lets me upload to my Flickr and Dropbox account without any public sharing.

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We prefer questions that ask how to solve a problem, not those that ask "is there an app that does X". –  Al E. Mar 11 '11 at 14:35
    
There's an official Flickr app that can upload to Flickr, and a Dropbox app that can upload to Dropbox. If you can describe specifically why those apps aren't what you're looking for, we might be able to make a more helpful suggestion. –  Dan Hulme Sep 17 '13 at 10:54
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DropIn is what I currently use to automatically sync all my photos and vidoes straight to Dropbox, works well, does what it says and has some useful settings.

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A new app DropSnap has been released that allows seamless automatic uploading to your DropBox account. Automatic uploading is a paid for extra, but manual sync'ing can still be had with the free version.

For a full review see here

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For Flickr, I prefer Flickroid (available in market for free). It's an extension from the Share menu.

For Dropbox, I use the official Dropbox app.

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Last time I tried Flickroid it only worked for one image at a time. –  OperaManiac Jun 4 '11 at 4:02
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Try Pixelpipe, it lists both DropBox & Flickr support.

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Pixelpipe is excellent, easy to use, cross-platform, supports a massive range of media sharing sites and services, and is free and actively developed. –  fearoffours Mar 18 '11 at 0:15
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Yes, this pretty much answers the question "what's an app that supports uploading to [insert any service here]?" –  Matt Mar 18 '11 at 3:43
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If you install the official Dropbox app it adds a "Dropbox" option to the share options in the standard Gallery app.

There isn't an official Flickr app for Android at the moment, but there a number of 3rd party apps that allow you to upload from your phone to Flickr, I haven't tred any of them so can't give you a recommendation, you should be able to find most of them with this Market search.

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