Use Exif Viewer to show your photo's EXIF data. EXIF tags provide useful information such as your position, captured device information, or information about tools which were used to enhance the picture.
*** Important ***
Please grant EXIF viewer location service (which is asked when opening an image the first time). Location service is required to load EXIF location data and for map visualization.
If you need to modify (add, edit, remove) EXIF metadata (including position) then please check out Exif Editor: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/exif-editor-and-viewer/id560004690?ls=1&mt=8
I you have questions, ideas, etc. please drop us a line on http://www.tequnique.com/contact
iOS 12 bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Doesn't even show the picture (nor file/image name) your analyzing... it hard to tell if it's even working (but I assume it is). Large ad across the top, but that is to be expected with a free app.
Great except for the map
As a photographer, this is exactly what I was looking for. I needed an easy way to find out where I took a photo, so I could return to take more. I can take a quick iPhone pic of the 'shoot' location for reference. The map certainly shows the location, but it's displayed in the 'standard' view and there's no ability to switch to the 'satellite' view, to really dial-in the location.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.