Migratr – Move photos between Flickr to Picasa, Photobucket and others May 17, 2010 by Q

Migratr – freeware app

that allows us to transfer our photos from various image hosting services. Migratr will also migrate your metadata, including the titles, tags, descriptions and album organization. This freeware app photo management tool lets you upload and download photos between various online photo-sharing sites. Among supported sites include: Flickr, 23HQ, SmugMug, Faces.com, PicasaWeb, Phanfare, Zenfolio, Gallery2, and Photobucket. Metadata is transferred along with the photos, including tags, title, description, and album organization.

Freeware app

, Migratr supports the following services:

Aol Pictures (Import Only) (CLOSING)
Menalto Gallery (Self-Hosted)
Picasa Web

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Migratr is a freeware app

and runs on any PC running Windows with .NET Framework Installed. Direct Download HERE

3 thoughts on “Migratr – Move photos between Flickr to Picasa, Photobucket and others”

  1. John – we had no issue using it. It worked flawless every time. Anyway, the software is not made by us, we were merely reviewing it and make it available for download for our readers.

    Please go to http://www.callingshotgun.net/category/migratr/

    you will find there the links to support forums and so on.

    Freeaware Tips admin

  2. Actually an error dialog box does pop up saying
    “There’s been a problem authenticating. Please wait a bit and then try again.”

    It says this every time. I have tried installing and reinstalling the software but still getting the same error message. Waiting of course, doesn’t help either – the same message pops up regardless of what I do.

    – John

  3. I want to use this software to migrate albums from FB to PB – the logical choice for me – since FB supports my HTC HD2 WM smartphone much better than PB does. Anyway I can’t get the FB application to authenticate Migratr. Selecting the “authenticate” button does absolutely nothing on my PC. I have a working very fast Win7 64-bit PC – with no problems nor issues. Your software doesn’t appear to be working. Also going into FB – your software is not listed as an “App” to authenticate either.
    Please advise – Thanks – John

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