Banish your browser with innovative Adobe AIR apps

These 11 cross-platform apps based on AIR technology will help you streamline your YouTube experience, track client time accurately, stitch photos into one panoramic shot, and much more.

DestroyFlickr: Supercharge Your Flickr Photo Browser Experience

DestroyFlickr provides a slick, attractive interface for browsing and searching the popular photo-sharing Web site Flickr. DestroyFlickr is a bold name, but the functionality and feel of this impressive application live up to the hype. Rather than trying to mimic Flickr on your desktop, DestroyFlickr makes the image look as good as it can, removing it from the bright glare of the Flickr homepage and parking it in front of a muted, dark gray background.

With nice animations, attractive design, and integrated tools for editing your Flickr photos from your desktop, DestroyFlickr supercharges the Flickr experience.

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