If you've ever had to take a more than a handful of similar-looking pictures and sort through them all once you got back to your computer, you know that determining which thing is pictured in a file called IMG002734.JPG can be a real chore.

FilePhoto lets you take pictures and immediately specify the name that each photo's file will have once it's transferred to your computer.

Rather than going through your normal photo organizer software, you simply connect your device to any computer running iTunes (using the dock connector), select your device, and navigate to the Apps tab. Below the home screen organizer you'll find FilePhoto in the list of apps that can share documents, and your photos will appear there to be copied to your computer.

What’s New

Version 3.0.3

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Bug fixes and updates for iOS 9.0.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

tjweedy1 ,

Couple Suggestions

Excellent app and, really, only one I seem to be able to find that allows file name changes. I would like to suggest that, when taking a photo directly through the app, all of the current camera setting are maintained (e.g., if I have flash off, each and every time I take a pic through the app, I have to turn flash off)...Also, if I choose to name a file from my camera roll, only the raw image is named and held in the app rather than the edited version if I did any edits.

hjay25 ,

Seems great!

Just started using it and it seems to be exactly what I was looking for! After adding a few photos, they didn't completely load for me to look at them, but I closed and reopened the app and they were all still there! Thanks a bunch!

HaydenStone ,

Works great if you keep images in app.

I needed a simple way to name individual images. This works great for that, BUT if you move, transfer, email or whatever the image is RE-named "untitled".

At least I figured that out before I did too many. Now getting it where I need it WITH the NEW image name is the problem.

App Privacy

The developer, Frank Schmitt, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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