- Open iOS settings app
- Navigate to Privacy section
- Go to Location services
- Go to Camera App
- If you want photos to be geotagged, change Allow location access to “while using the app”. OR If you don’t want geotagging, change location access to “Never”
We are adding new “BULK EDIT EXIF” feature on version 5.0 of our EXIF Viewer by Fluntro App. You can shift dates, set dates to specific date, edit /remove location, edit other exif tags like Title, Artist name etc
In version 3.0, We are ditching hamburger menu and going to use Tab-bar. Hamburger menu is one of controversial topic in UI/UX Flow.
In our case, During user testing we discovered only 35 percent users are only discovering hamburger menu, without which 90% functionality of our app can’t be discovered :-/ . Also user will have to leave context of a screen in order to access settings from hamburger menu. Which is one of worst nightmare for our users
TabBar is best replacement UI we were able to think of. Here is how new UI Looks like with Tab bar at bottom
Link to our EXIF Viewer App: https://itunes.apple.com/app/exif-viewer-by-fluntro-view/id944118456?mt=8
Do let us know your thoughts.!
We are happy to announce that, Our EXIF Viewer by Fluntro is now featured by Apple on US and Canada Appstore.
Download Exif Viewer by Fluntro from iOS Appstore. https://itunes.apple.com/app/exif-viewer-by-fluntro-for/id944118456?mt=8
Step 1) Download Exif Viewer by Fluntro from iOS Appstore. https://itunes.apple.com/app/exif-viewer-by-fluntro-for/id944118456?mt=8
Step 2) Open Photos App
Step 3) Navigate to the photo ,Tap on action button
Step 4) Select Exif viewer’s app extension, Tap on it. App extension would be opened and you can see EXIF Details
Step5) Tap on share button to share photo with or without EXIF Metadata (Remove metadata before sharing)
Step 6) Tap done button to dismiss App extension