Been traveling? Seen famous landmarks? Want to remember where you've been, and when?
Your solution is here! Now you can find the address of a photo using this app, and have it displayed under the image as a banner. No longer will you travel and forget where you were when you took a snapshot, since your coordinates (lat & lon) store the exact spot you were standing when you took the picture.
Share your pictures with friends through Facebook, Photobucket, Flickr, Picasa, and they'll be able to tell at a glance where you were and the sites you saw.
Remember all those albums you have on your computer too? You can use the companion computer app (available on PC, Mac, and Linux) to convert those images too, bringing all your memories to life.
How GPSonPhoto works: As you take pictures at different sites, your phone's GPS stores your latitude and longitude in your photo's EXIF metadata. When use our address finder to convert the photo, a banner is added with the city, country, and date stored in the EXIF metadata!
Note: some pictures have no EXIF metadata. Also, if your phone has location services turned off, your photos won't have GPS metadata and won't store your latitude and longitude, making finding your address impossible. Instructions to enable location services for future photos are included in the app.