Exif Metadata Editor & IPTC 4+

Viewer Remover Photo Mechanic

Andres Piza Buckmann

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 214 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Update 2.0 focuses on improving the IPTC editing experience. Batch editing, templates, filtering and improved support of certain fields.

Looking to set the GPS location to a photo? Quickly editing the date? Stripe all the metadata before sharing it to protect your privacy? Metadata Editor makes it easy for you, the perfect photography companion!

Metadata Editor has a simple and modern interface to help you make the changes very quickly. You can quickly see an overview of your photos' more important metadata values, as well as a full list of all the values contained in your photo. Metadata Editor is a great EXIF editor to work on your photos, whether you are an amateur photographer, a professional one or you are a photo investigator looking to perform forensic analysis of photos (osint).


- Browse all your photos in iCloud Photo Library
- See a summary of the most important metadata
- Check the location of your photo in a map
- View your photos by album
- View all the raw metadata contained in your photo

- Add, change or remove the location of a photo
- Copy the location of one photo to another photo
- Geotag your photos for easier discoverability when looking at your photos in a map
- Batch edit, enabling you to edit more than one photo at once
- Modify the date and time
- Correct time zone errors after a trip
- Edit the raw metadata values
- Edit EXIF, PNG and TIFF metadata
- Complete IPTC editor
- Templates to apply your most common IPTC metadata edits

Protect your privacy:
- Remove the GPS location of a photo
- Completely strip metadata from a photo and remove exif information
- Set the location of a photo to a completely different location
This is recommended when you want to share your photos with a person, app or website and don't want to give them any information that can be used to track you.


- People who want to make their photo library perfect, by having all photos complete with the right metadata and precise location.
- Professional photographers that need to edit their photos right on the field with an iPhone or iPad before sending them to an agency.
- Users that care about their privacy and want to avoid getting tracked when sharing photos with strangers or shady apps.
- Photographers that shoot with analog or film cameras and want to fill in the data and info for their pictures.

Your Metadata Editor unlimited access subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can go, on your iPhone, to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Apple ID > Subscriptions to manage your subscription and turn auto-renew off. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed.







Note: The app is free to download and use, but some features may require premium access.


If you need help or have any questions about the app, please do not hesitate to contact us at www.andrespiza.com or from the Settings app inside the app. We will gladly help you!

Terms and Conditions: https://www.andrespiza.com/apps/metadata-editor/terms-of-use/
Privacy Policy: https://www.andrespiza.com/apps/metadata-editor/privacy-policy/

What’s New

Version 2.1.1

Edited photos now mantain their original name. No more "render." followed by giberish. Additionally, you can rename a photo with a name of your choice; however, the renamed photo will always be saved as a new copy.

Please consider leaving a rating or review. It helps the app a lot to be discovered by other people. Thank you for your support!

If you have any ideas or suggestions on how to improve Metadata Editor, please let me know by sending an email to metadataeditor_support@andrespiza.com. Your feedback is highly valuable.

Thank you!

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
214 Ratings

214 Ratings

elgrego1939 ,

Select More Photos

Please add support for the Select More Photos API from within the app; there’s no longer a need to make the user go to the Settings app to add more photos to the app’s access list.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for this feedback! I will investigate this and improve the permissions. If you have any more thoughts, feel free to send me an email through the app.

bakonfreek ,

Does exactly what was intended in a very specific case

For my specific purpose, it does exactly what it needed to do. My camera has two extra bytes of data on the end of the camera string that make its raw files incompatible with everything (Canon R5 C), but removing those two extra bytes reestablishes compatibility (Canon R5) because other than those two extra bytes, the raw files are exactly the same between those two cameras.

Now, I'm not sure this specific use case is worth the price of admission, but I admit I have a skewed perspective. I have a fairly extensive background with computers and access to a machine that I can do this on for free in a hex editor; obviously not all photogs have this same background I have and they just want to get the dang raws off this specific camera to work on the iPad since it's more portable than, for example, a MacBook or a Windows ultrabook laptop and you can edit raws surprisingly completely in either the built in photos app or even the mobile version of Lightroom (provided they're compatible, see above).

rolomo01 ,


Warning. This app doesn't work if you don't pay for it first. Yes, there is a 3 day free trial, but you have to s set everything up for a paid account. Basically, it's $60 to buy, although there are subscription options.

My issue is they imply you can do some things without sharing your data and credit card with them, so you can decide on your own if this is something you want to use, but the fact is you can't do anything. When you try, a window, asking you to purchase, pops up.

I deleted it and heading to their competitor.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review. I apologize for any confusion caused by the way the app is advertised. The app is free to download and you can view the metadata information of any photo, but editing features are reserved for paying users. Trying to access a editing feature shows the paywall screen, where you are offered a free trial during which you have full accesss to all features. I do specify in the App Store description that the app is free to download but that some features are for paying users only.

I use Apple's in-app purchase system, meaning that it is Apple who handles all the payments. I do not have access to your credit card information, or any other personal or identifiying information.

I regret that you have deleted the app and you decided to use our competitors. I hope you come back in the future, as I continue to update MetadataEditor and add new features.

If you have more feedback, write me at metadataeditor_support@andrespiza.com

App Privacy

The developer, Andres Piza Buckmann, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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