PhotInfo is a simple to use app to view all the information (location, date, dimensions, camera, etc.) stored within each of your photos. Moreover, with PhotInfo you can also create a copy of a photo with the main information modified (or without information). Within the app it's possible to favorite or delete a photo.
The PhotInfo Extension provides access to the main info from other apps.
With PhotInfo you can:
• view an image with the main tags in a single view
• view all Exif tags from the image, in human readable or in native format
• access all photos, albums and photo folders on your iOS device
• access images from iCloud Photo Library
• copy the key data or the content of individual tags
• (with a very simple interface) create a copy of the image eliminating or modifying tags for:
- the place (you can take it from another picture, from an address or indicating it in a map)
- the date and time when the photo was taken (you can even take it from another picture)
- the orientation
- the author (the artist)
- the copyright
- the image description
• create a copy of the image with the minimum content of the tags (related to image data structure)
• favorite, hide or delete a photo
• see where the photo was taken, in different ways:
- locate in a map
- show the coordinates
- show the address (internet connection required)
- visualize the city name (internet connection required)
• when sharing an image, create a message containing the location (if the information is available) and the date when the photo was taken (or the image was saved)
• quickly scroll through your albums and the smart albums
PhotInfo shows every picture in different ways:
• Details: a little image with the main information (date, place, camera, etc.)
• Tags: all the exif tags
• Image: a big image with zoom and pan
• Map: (when the image contains location tags) a map of the place where the photo was taken; it may be a simple, satellite or hybrid map.
In Details or in Image view, it is possible to scroll the images swiping a finger.
From Map view you can reach another view that shows the coordinates, a button to open Maps app with this coordinate and (if internet is available) the corresponding address.
The photos in the album are displayed in a list (one per line) or in a grid (4 per line), sorted from the most recent or from the last one, depending on your preference.
PhotInfo is in constant development, so new features will be added soon. Download now and stay tuned!
Fixed a bug in the toolbar on iPhone regarding imported pictures.
Ratings and Reviews
Fail to save changes
I’ve tried using this app for many photos by correcting the original photo taken date in the EXIF field, since many of my photos are scanned from prints. The app allows me to change the date but when I save the data it reverts back to the original date every time. I’m on the latest iOS 11 on an iPhone X.
App does allow you to modify exif metadata. But the interface for what I needed to change is needlessly awkward and time consuming. I am trying to fix the year within the date on pictures of my grandson taken by my daughter's friend. This would be helpful for historical reasons and to allow me to find them again by the correct dates later. This app will allow me to do this, but only one picture at a time, which is painfully slow, but, the interface to change the date is a scrolling wheel, and does not allow me to change the only character in the date field that is incorrect, the least significant digit of the year, which is off by 4 years. Instead of typing over one character, the interface requires me to use a scrolling barrel, which can only change by days at a time. I have to scroll across 4 years of days for each field within each pic. It does actually allow me to change the date, but it may take me a week to change the 60 or so pics with the wrong date, due to the interface.
Great app for finding details of photos
I bought this app primarily for the ability to read the GPS tags of photos and display the location on a map.
My only quibble would be that I wish the photo could stay on the screen with the map at the same time, instead of having the photo and the map on separate tabs. Similar to how iPhoto used to do it.
Tip: if you tap on the pin in the map view, you can now launch the location in the full iOS Maps app.
Being able to see all the info about images is really nice - all kinds of details, really helps to figure out what was going on when a picture was taken. It's also very good of you want to know what personal information a picture contains before you post it on the Internet. Great app!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.