The Photo Map
Developer: Christian Dunn
Current Version: 1.0.5
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 2 MB - Download
The map app you've been waiting for! Visualize your entire history of GPS-tagged photos on a world map to look back and remember your adventures. A blue pin on the map is a cluster of memories, while a red pin is a single photograph. Click on the pin to see each photo, and double click a photo to view it in full size.
Export photo GPS and time stamp information, along with file path, as CSV
Load photos from the default OS photo library, or from a folder
Filter pins by image metadata date and time stamps
Icon author is Anshul Dhiman, used with license. URL: https://www.iconfinder.com/icons/438791/location_map_pin_placeholder_icon. License URL: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
-- You can now resize the map so you can change between focusing on the map and focusing on your pictures
-- Select multiple pins with a selecting rectangle by clicking the "Select Points" button with the mouse arrow icon
-- Bug fixes
Most Helpful Reviews
Its Good — but a few suggestions - Hi Christian — cool app here. Iphotos totally killed the good parts of their map feature and this is a good replacement for me. A few comments though if ever you’d like to improve it! I wish I could zoom out to the full length of the world. I’m a world traveler and I’d like to see the full map of the world in one view to see/show where I’ve been all on one screen view. Also, It would be great if the user could toggle on/off the whole right panel that shows the pictures… I care less about the actual picture and more about the pin locations. The whole idea of the blue pins / red pins is a good idea, however, on the zoomed out views, it clusters to pins that are not really “clusters”. I wish the cluster logic was tighter (or even better yet, dynamic and controlled by the user!). For example, I’ve been to Malaysia on a holiday and taken pictures in many different towns there, however, within Malaysia it shows that I’ve only been to Kuala Lampur even though the towns may be hundreds of miles apart. I wish it showed me pins in each of these individual towns (less concerned about all the areas of the different towns). So it would be great if the clusters were a little less “clustered” if that makes sense! Otherwise, great app. Works as advertised!