ViewExif is a powerful metadata tool for your photos. With the help of ViewExif, you can not only view metadata of photos, but also edit and remove metadata in photo. Besides, it has an app extension, so you can view metadata right in Photos app.
Being able to read exif tags can be of great importance not only for beginners, but also for other photographers who want to find out what settings and tools were used to create a particular photograph.
For those people who want to protect privacy, this app is useful for you as well. When you send photos via email or share on social network, your personal information (geo location, taken date etc) is shared as well. If you upset to share those information, ViewExif is able to remove it before sharing.
* Display EXIF tags: Dimensions, Taken Date, ISO Speed, F Number, Exposure Time, Focal Length and more.
* Display IPTC tags: Star Ratings, Keywords, Description etc.
* Display geo location on map.
* Add star ratings, keywords and description on photo
* Remove metadata from photo
* Supported image formats (JPG, PNG, TIFF, HEIC) and RAW formats (CR2, NEF, DNG).
* Share photo w/o metadata on Twitter, Facebook, email.
* App extension for Photos app and 3rd-party apps such as Dropbox, FileExplorer etc.
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ViewExif 2.0 is here.
Now you can view photo metadata in ViewExif app and directly view EXIF brief info right on photo view. No more taps! Besides, you're able to add and edit star ratings, keywords, description on photo.
* New app icon
* Displays photo and metadata right in ViewExif app.
* Star ratings, keywords and description can be added on photo.
* Displays EXIF info, star ratings and description on photo view.
* Erases metadata from photo.
Ratings and Reviews
Keep apps out of your photos!
Strips and reads EXIF data, and does it well. Further, if you’re a privacy wonk, you can you can use it as a “gatekeeper” for your photos by making it the only app with access to Photos, and share pictures to and from your browser, facebook, Twitter... all without giving that app access to your photo library. I can’t remember what I paid for it, but on reflection I’d pay double without hesitation.
This should be part of the Camera Roll app
Despite Apple improving their cameras every year, and promoting them as serious contenders for the only camera you'll ever need (for most people), being able to inspect EXIF data is sorely lacking. You can get some EXIF data in the Mac Photos app so why none at all for iOS? Anyway.. ViewExif fills this hole and it works VERY well as a share extension. Well Done.
Great addition to my camera roll
I rarely need the ‘strip metadata’ function of this app but I regularly use it to find out file sizes before sharing, especially if I have high and low res versions of a file.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.