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Description

Protect your privacy!

Did you know most pictures taken with modern cameras and phones also include GPS information? This allows anyone who knows how to view EXIF metadata to accurately pin-point where you were when each picture was taken, and even know what direction you were facing!

This app easily allows you to REMOVE GPS information from any image simply by drag&dropping it on the app's window or menubar icon. It will create a new image in a destination folder you choose. You can also set it to overwrite the original image.


App Reviews:
"It’s very fast, extremely easy to use and pretty slick as well." - lifeinlofi.com

"This application provides an easy method to scrub the GPS data from images before uploading to social media sites or sharing images with people you might not feel comfortable knowing the location the image was taken." - question-defense.com


Features:
- easy to use drag&drop interface
- removes GPS metadata by default for any JPEG or TIFF image
- can be set to remove ALL exif metadata from images
- can be set to overwrite the original images containing the exif metadata
- custom destination folder
- fast start-up

* Also available on the iOS AppStore as a universal app *

For any questions or suggestions, send an email to contact@devstorm-apps.com
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What’s New

Version 1.4.2

- now sandbox compatible
- the "_safe" file naming has been replaced by saving cleared images in a custom folder, which you can set at first NoIMGdata startup or by clicking on the menubar icon.
- improved compatibility with newer OSX releases
- minor bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

mprx60 ,

Does not work

Pull your photos over like it says and the photos don’t do anything. Worthless

vjl ,

Good, but has some side affects

I used to use this app a lot, but have replaced it with exiftool and a free automator script. Why? Because the file sizes of my jpegs would change dramatically after processing an image with this app. Sometimes the image’s file size would get smaller, and sometimes larger. Removing just the GPS coordinates [and not all metadata] should have a very minimial affect on the filesize. In fact, using the CleanGPSfromExif automator script, there is no file size change after removing the GPS coordiates from a jpeg.

SirCochese ,

Just crashes

I don’t usually write a review, because I’m not that hard to please. That said, this app is useless on 10.9.3. It just crashes when I try to use it.

App Privacy

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

No Details Provided

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.