Metadata is an image metadata viewer for creative professionals on the go.
Simply choose an image from your photo library and view the image metadata in a beautiful card based layout. Wether you shoot on your phone, DSLR or create images in your favourite photo editing application, Metadata will show you your image measurements, DPI, file size, Location data and device information.
You can use Drag and Drop on your iPad to import images from the Photos App, Files, Safari or any other app that supports image drag and drop.
• New wider side bar UI while using the app at a larger size.
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Works exactly as described
Not sure how so many people can not follow simple directions. Swipe the image to the left and you can find the altitude and location data. Works as advertised. Thanks developer for a useful tool. As for the complainers... I wonder if the Internet is making some people dumber.
Ok so there seems to be a lot of people who are saying that you can not see the location. But that is not true!!! In order to see the location of the photo, simply swipe. There are four pages: first the page that lets you choose the photo, then the page that shows you the size, hight and other stuff, then the page that tells you the location, last (but never least) the page that tells you the info about the phone that took the photo. Also if it says NO DATA FOUND it probably is a screenshot. And even Apple can’t do that so why would this app be able to? I hope someone reads this so they can enjoy the app!
Don’t think the programmer understands meaning of Metadata
I always want to have an app to see the metadata of my photos from my iPhone. After downloaded this app, I was not able to believe this is an app. The app only shows my photo size, file size and dpi. Some of my pictures were not even able to decode the dpi. GPS, no information was provided. I am wondering if the programmer understand what metadata is. Where is the data of the aperture, focus, iso, shutter speed, write balance, photo file number, photo actual size, and etc. I downloaded this app for free. It is good to test it for free. It is removed now. Not even worth to keep it in my tool belt.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.