Developer: Uconomix Technologies LLP
Current Version: 1
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Download Size: 1 MB - Download
EXIF Purge is utility that removes EXIF meta data from multiple images at once.
With the click of a button you can remove the camera, location and other technical information from a batch of photos which is embedded by the camera or the photo editing software.
When you take a photo with a camera or your phone, it contains a lot of information about the photo like the date and time the picture was taken, camera model, aperture, focal length, lens used, orientation, shooting mode, flash firing status and also the location data if the shooting device had GPS. All this data is called EXIF metadata. You don't always have to share this data when you upload the photo online or share it with your friends. You can strip the EXIF data from images with one click using EXIF Purge.
Most Helpful Reviews
It Does What It Says It Does, Remove EXIF - I was able to quickly erase all EXIF metadata from numerous images in bulk. It works. It removes all of it.
not working - try to save the image after I purge Exif info but it doesn’t work , can’t find the file . and keep crashing. Hope it can be fix soon
More Reviews for Current Version
It works but... - Works ! Bulk metadata remover. But the image changes. So if anyone is looking for a remover that leaves image untouched this isnt it. It turned my jpg from a 1.2 to 0.5 …. Looks slightly different. Maybe some would say no change. Noticeable when zoomed in. Pixel count is same.
Has ads and only lets you delete exif ONE photo at a time - Makes you sit through a 10 second delay wanting to buy some app before it will let you do the next photo. Should state this.
AdWare!… didn’t this go out of style about 10 years ago? - The publishers of this software are obviously paying shills - no one could possibly not object to this sorry ad-ware that creates a popup that can only be cleared by going to look at more sorry software created by the same morons that created this app. I cannot believe that Apple allows this behavior.
Not working for me, data still on the images - Not working for me, data still on the images. Tested it on many images, seems to work qucikly but shows an add for few sec no problem with the short add. Just not doing whats needed to clean the images from all data.
Undesirable Side Effects - While it does remove EXIF data it also makes other undesirable changes to the image, including recompression and reducing all images to 72 DPI. The later is a massive problem if clients might use files for printing. The forced wait for advertising I can live with, but the undesirable side effects I can't.