EXIFPurge 4+

Uconomix Technologies LLP

    • 3.1 • 39 Ratings
    • Free



EXIF Purge is utility that removes EXIF meta data from multiple images at once.

With the click of a button you can remove the camera, location and other technical information from a batch of photos which is embedded by the camera or the photo editing software.

When you take a photo with a camera or your phone, it contains a lot of information about the photo like the date and time the picture was taken, camera model, aperture, focal length, lens used, orientation, shooting mode, flash firing status and also the location data if the shooting device had GPS. All this data is called EXIF metadata. You don't always have to share this data when you upload the photo online or share it with your friends. You can strip the EXIF data from images with one click using EXIF Purge.

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

DreamTheFuture ,

It works but...

Works ! Bulk metadata remover.
But the image changes. So if anyone is looking for a remover that leaves image untouched this isnt it.
It turned my jpg from a 1.2 to 0.5 …. Looks slightly different. Maybe some would say no change.
Noticeable when zoomed in.
Pixel count is same.

GFYellowThunder ,

Worked Perfect

I had some photos I needed to upload from my Mac to my iPhone. Realized the EXIF data is what kept sorting them as chronological order instead of how I had it in the folder. I did a batch rename on the folder and then purged it with this app, and now when I sync photos from my mac to my iphone they are in the order that I want them! Thanks!!

Shutter fool ,

Worked perfectly first time.

Was in a rush and I needed to strip info on a jpeg. Downloaded this, dragged image to box, designated export location and then re-opened file in Photoshop. Got info on the file and it was completely erased. Only used it on one pic so far, but worked like a charm!

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