Developer: Ernesto GarcÃa
Current Version: 2.0
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Download Size: 4.4 MB - Download
▶ NOW Supports macOS Sierra!!!
iExifer is an easy to use tool that reveals for you the EXIF metadata stored in image files.
Load and view EXIF metadata from Canon, Nikon, Minolta, Pentax, Olympus, Sony, Kodak, Sigma, Epson, Samsung, Panasonic, Kyocera, Mamiya, Fujifilm, JPEG and TIFF image files.
Most modern cameras and smartphones add information to the image file when you take a picture. This information include details about the image, how the picture was taken (ie ISO value, shutter speed) or even where it was taken, if your camera has a GPS module.
iExifer reveals that information for you in an intuitive, easy to use interface.
▶ Supports EXIF Tags version 2.21
▶ Supports proprietary Maker Notes including Lens.
▶ Supports IPTC Metadata
▶ Shows EXIF Image Preview Thumbnail if available
▶ Supports GPS Location Metadata.
▶ Finds location of the picture in Maps (requires internet connection).
▶ Quick search allows you to easily find the information you need.
▶ Copy image metadata to clipboard, allowing you to easily paste it to a document, or include it in an e-mail
We are continuously improving iExifer.
If you miss a Maker Note for your camera, let us know and we will work to add it in future releases.
▶ Supports macOS Sierra
▶ Add supports for new formats: Canon, Nikon, Minolta, Pentax, Olympus, Sony, Kodak, Sigma, Epson, Samsung, Panasonic, Kyocera, Mamiya, Fujifilm, JPEG and TIFF image files
▶ New modern User Interface.
Most Helpful Reviews
very useful - Have found it invaluable to get time & date info on thousands of photos on which iPhoto has changed the info. Also very user-friendly.
Misinformed - I thought this app was a way to edit the IPTC and EFIR data but you can just view it. Not useful for me.
More Reviews for Current Version
Disappointing update - I used to like how this app worked. Kept it in my dock, dragged pictures from the web or Finder and it gave me any embedded EXIF data. Simple and clear layout. Now when you drag an image in, it simply opens the app. You have to then select the Import tab, then drag the picture in again. Not exactly progress.