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Try 3 trips for free and then unlock the full app for a one time fee.
PRAISED BY INDUSTRY EXPERTS
- Geotagging App of the Year by Macworld
- Repeatedly recommended by leading Adobe Lightroom professionals
- Recommended in many great books such as Lightroom 4 UnMasked,
- Lightroom the missing FAQ, Lightroom Roadmap for photographers,
- Praised by leading photography magazines and websites all over the world (Techradar, Ephotozine, Fotomaf, Xatakafoto, Lightroom Secrets, Digital-Fotografie, Pixelmania.nl, Photoplus...)
- Complete solution - mobile app records your position while you’re taking great photos and a desktop app that geotags your images using recorded data.
- Flawless Lightroom Compatibility - GPX files from the app work flawlessly inside Lightroom’s Map module for geotagging
- Dropbox, iCloud Drive and Google Drive support - automatically export all your trips as GPX files
- Smart watch app - dedicated app for Apple Watch and Pebble to control app from your wrist
- Automatic trip upload - the app automatically sync all your trips ( you can switch to manual uploads in settings)
- Battery usage optimised for whole day of geotagging.
- Choose the logging interval and accuracy for whatever you need.
- Organised trips history
- Statistics of your trips
- Export to GPX
FREE DESKTOP GEOTAGGING APP
Adds GPS location to your your JPG or RAW photos quickly and easily! Works both online and offline and there are version for any operating system - Mac OS X, Windows and even Linux
Supported image formats: jpg, nef, cr2, crw, dcr, ciff, erf, orf, k25, kdc, mef, mrw, nrw, pef, raf, tif, tiff, raw, arw, rw2, srf, sr2, srw, x3f, dng
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Records only the first point, useless. Update: developer response was prompt and helpful. Issue resolved.
I purchased this app, and it’s usable. It has become an important app on my phone. Unfortunately I am disappointed. A lot of my positions on the map are not captured, and those that are captured are sometimes far from where I was. Google Maps has my precise position almost every time, within 3 meters. So the information is clearly available to the app, but their algorithms seem to be broken.
I have a DSLR camera and want my photos to have geotags, and this app does just that!
I love the step by step accuracy of GPS tagged images on my iPhone, and would love if camera manufacturers started building in GPS radios. Until then, I’ll keep using this app to provide GPS location info for my photos. The workflow is great, providing I remember to start the trip in app — which sadly I often forget to do.
After my previous geotagging apps were put out to pasture by their developers, I made the jump to this one. And it’s been pretty good for the most part. The UI is nice, I can get the GPX files out if it without connecting it to a cloud account somewhere, and it seems to be fairly accurate. So what don’t I like about it? The app doesn’t record position updates except in 10 yard intervals. So, you can set it to log “continuously”, and as long as you keep moving, it will dutifully log your trek, 10 yards at a time. However if you stop somewhere, it’s not going to log anything until you move again. This is a bit annoying, at least for me. I’d much rather see a continuous setting that is actually continuous, or at least the ability to turn off the distance interval.
Works great very easy to use and works with Lightroom, a big time saver.
Records only the first point, useless.
2018-01-09 UPDATE: Still an essential part of my workflow. Incredible app! Easy to use and really well designed! I wish it could geotag videos, though!
Just got a new camera without GPS and the Panasonic app that offers geotagging is clunky and stops logging without warning. I got Geotag Photos Pro (now upgraded to v.2) and started testing it out before a trip to Asia. Its easy to use and I’ve had no problems with it so far. If you’re traveling with an iPad, you can use their companion iPad app GP tagger (along with the Apple camera conversion kit) and tag your photos after downloading them to the iPad. There is a watch app, which is good, but would (will?) be better if it ran natively on the watch. So far its a little to slow to load (presumably from the phone) so its quicker to take the phone out to log a change in location. If I could do it from the watch I might set the logging interval to be much less frequent, log new locations from my wrist, and thus save some battery power on the phone. I’m hoping they’re working on the watch app to get it natively on the phone. Nonetheless, even with 1 minute logging intervals, my 6 plus is using only modest additional battery power with with frequent logging. This is an excellent GPS tagging app to consider for non GPS cameras.
Original version worked great. I was a Beta tester. The new version will not work on iPad. Works on the computer no problem. I have tried and tried to get help for weeks and nothing. I will be looking for other Geotagging solutions.