News: Our new app Smart Photo Album is available in the app store, this app
allows you to find photos based on IPTC keywords!
Have you ever wondered what bits and pieces of information your
photos contain? Are you interested in finding this out in just a second?
Then check out what the Image Metadata Viewer app can do for you and
how it makes working with metadata simple and painless! Just enable your Location Services under Settings->General
and you are ready to roll!
The Image Metadata Viewer is a universal app that
displays the metadata stored inside an image on the device of your
choice. You can check the properties of your images such as DPI
resolution, orientation or even pixel depth, get some more
information about the data captured by your camera, discover more
about the tags and keywords embedded in your images or simply find
out where your photos were taken and locate them on a map.
From EXIF to IPTC, all the way to GPS and beyond,
the Image Metadata Viewer instantly displays all the image metadata
available. Indeed, determining the features of your images is just a
So attention and make the process of obtaining image
metadata swift and simple. Just be smart and get the application
that takes photography and working with digital images metadata to a
brand new level.
- Access to all the photos stored in your iOS device.
- Display of the Properties, EXIF, IPTC, and GPS metadata embedded in your photos.
- Preview of the selected image.
- Location of the selected picture on a Map when it contains GPS data.
- Intuitive and easy to use graphic interface.
This is not all! Watch out for subsequent
releases and updates that can once again put the "g’ in "great"
as far as the Image Metatdata Viewer app is concerned. You are
strongly encouraged to write back to us and provide us with some
feedback to rest assured we are on the right track and help us
deliver a better application that boasts more and/or better
features in the near future!
The Image Data app requires iOS firmware v4.2
or higher and it is compatible with iPod Touch, iPhone 3G,
iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and of course, with iPad.
To access the images in your library and read the GPS information it is mandatory that
Location Services are enabled and that access to your current location is allowed.
Your current location is not used by the Image Metadata Viewer it is needed to gain
access to the image library.