PhotInfo 7.0

PhotInfo is an app to control all the information (location, date, dimensions, camera, etc.) contained in your in your photos.

Why PhotInfo

Digital cameras (including those in mobile devices) add a lot of metadata to the photos they take. These data are called Exif tags. They provide an opportunity to know not only the exact date and time of the shoot, but also parameters such as exposure time, shutter speed, image resolution, device model, ISO, focal length, etc.

With PhotInfo you can access the photo library on your iPhone, iPad or Mac, select an image and view all of its metadata, delete them or modify some tags.

Download on the App Store
Reading Tags

If you took a few shots in the same place, but some of them have turned out a failure, you can quickly determine where was the mistake by comparing the Exif tags of the two photos. Moreover you may learn about other people’s successful photo: find out what settings are the best to use in the shooting of some scenes.

With the PhotInfo’s Extension it is possible to view the main tags directly from other apps, like the native Photos app.

Changing Tags

You may delete/modify the image tags to protect your privacy before sharing the image; or you may add GPS data if you have forgotten to turn on location services when you took the picture; or you may joke by setting improbable location values; or…


With PhotInfo you can:

  • view all the Exif tags from a picture: in raw or in human readable format
  • display an image with the main tags and the map of the location in a single view
  • share an image with or without tags
  • copy the key data or the content of individual tags
  • share all the tags in raw or in human readable format or as a JSON
  • create a copy of the image eliminating or modifying tags for:
    • the location (you can take it from another picture)
    • the date and time when the photo was taken (you can take it from another picture)
    • the orientation
    • the author (the artist)
    • the copyright
    • the image description
  • create a copy of the image with the minimum content of the tags (related to image data structure, such as the image size, resolution and orientation)
  • editing a batch of photos
  • see where the photo was taken, in different ways (map, address, coordinate)
  • favorite, hide or delete a photo
  • look at different pictures in burst photos
  • share associated files: such as original image for edited photos or video for live ones
  • quickly scroll through the albums of your iOS device
  • view the tags directly from other apps with the PhotInfo’s Extension

PhotInfo app is in costant development, so new features will be added soon. Download now and stay tuned!

Requirements: iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

10 thoughts on “PhotInfo 7.0”

  1. How to enter localization data ? I bought it for this unique reason and I cannot found how to do it…

    1. Hi. The simplest way is the one showed in the promo video on the App Store (or in this oldest one): click on the Edit button and then on the row under the one with “No location tag”; in the next view choose “From a photo” and then a photo to take its localization. As an alternative, search an address and then select the row with the found result to insert it.
      PhotInfo will create a copy of the photo with the information in the Camera Roll and in a Folder named PhotInfo (this is a default option in Settings). The app is able to display and add data, while the Extension is only able to show them.
      If you have any other questions, please send me an email.

  2. Is the PhotoInfo Extension you mention an additional purchase?
    I do not see it listed on the website.

  3. As part of my workflow as a pro photographer I need to edit raw photos (lightroom), caption and copyright (photosinfo) then export to client (Dropbox.?) on an iPad Pro. Would you recommend doing the photo info 1st or 2nd? What would you recommend as the easiest way to export large number of images? Perhaps 30-50 photos?

    1. Hi, Mark. I’ve made some tests and I suggest using PhotInfo after the editing (Lightroom). To export a lot of photos to Dropbox I use the Dropbox app itself.

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