Before May 2013, Flickr offered two types of accounts, Free and Pro.Free accounts were limited in data storage, accessibility and interaction.The service emerged from tools originally created for Ludicorp's Game Neverending, a web-based massively multiplayer online game.

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On May 7, 2015, Yahoo overhauled the site, adding a revamped Camera Roll, a new way to upload photos and upgraded the site's apps.

The new Uploadr application was made available for Macs, Windows and mobile devices.

On 2 March 2009, Flickr added the facility to upload and view HD videos, and began allowing free users to upload normal-resolution video.

At the same time, the set limit for free accounts was lifted.

Flickr offers three types of account: Free, Ad Free and Doublr.

The free option includes one terabyte of storage limited to 200 MB per photo and 1 GB per video with maximum length 3 minutes.It was eventually dropped as Flickr's backend systems evolved away from Game Neverending In January 2007, Flickr announced that "Old Skool" members—those who had joined before the Yahoo acquisition—would be required to associate their account with a Yahoo ID by 15 March to continue using the service.On 9 April 2008, Flickr began allowing paid subscribers to upload videos, limited to 90 seconds in length and 150 MB in size.Pro accounts received unlimited bandwidth and storage, and allowed users to upload an unlimited number of images and videos every month.New Pro accounts are no longer offered, but old ones remain active, with no plans to retire them.Clicking on a photostream image opens it in the interactive "photopage" alongside data, comments and facilities for embedding images on external websites.