GeoTagr ~ Versatile photo geotagging
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Digital photo collections can grow rapidly. Remembering where you took all those photos can become a chore. Most cameras don't tag your photos automatically, so you'll need something to help you out.
That's where GeoTagr comes to the rescue. GeoTagr tags your photos with the location where you made them (a.k.a. geotagging).
GeoTagr supports 5500+ types of digital cameras and wirelessly geotags iPhone, iPad, Mac, Dropbox, Flickr, Google+ and SmugMug photos.
- Record your location with an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch while you make photos with a digital camera
- Geotag those photos no matter where you manage them (iPhone, iPad, Mac, Dropbox, Flickr, Google+, SmugMug)
- Support for JPEG and RAW photos
- Export GPX files (iTunes Sharing, Dropbox, Mail, browser)
- Import GPX files (iTunes Sharing, Dropbox, Mail, …) e.g. generated by a dedicated GPS data logger
- Geotags photos on your iPad, including photos imported with the Camera Connection Kit *
- Record your location with an iPhone or iPod touch and seamlessly use those locations to geotag photos on your iPad (via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi)
- 3 recording modes on iPhone and iPod touch for optimal balance between accuracy and battery life
- Pause and resume when recording locations
- While recording, shows an estimate for the remaining battery time
- Background recording
- Track management
- Geotags photos on your Mac over Wi-Fi via standard OS X File Sharing
- All maps have 3 modes: Standard, Satellite, Hybrid
- Comprehensive built-in Help section
* GeoTagr will recognize geotaggable RAW photos on iPhone or iPad but the geotagged photos are in JPEG format
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
What's New in Version 4.4.1
- Bug fixes
If you like GeoTagr, please take the time to give us a nice review. It really helps.
Simple, useful app
I picked this app because of all the apps I checked out it had the least amount of rigmarole to create and manage tracks. Even if you don't use it to tag your photos, the little map it creates and then can be turned into a JPEG is a nice history of any trip you take. Note: the time is stored in phone time, not some sort of timestamp. As you cross time zones, you may find that your phone changes the time but your camera does not. Since the time set up on my camera is tedious, I found it just as easy to go into the phone settings and set time to match camera time. this is a klooge no matter how you handle it, but the app has no choice, given the limited ability of most cameras to create a timestamp.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Apr 10, 2014
- Version: 4.4.1
- Size: 7.8 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, French, German
- Seller: Chris Cornelis
- © 2008-2014 Galarina
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.