Photo Metadata Remover

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4.5
1.65K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Help protect your privacy by removing Exif metadata from photos before uploading/sharing them.

Easily remove Exif metadata from your photos that get added to them when you take them, such as:
• Camera/phone brand,
• Camera/phone model,
• GPS location (if enabled),
• Date and time the photo was taken,
• Lens brand/model/serial number (depends on your device),
• Light source,
• F-stop,
• Exposure time,
• ISO speed,
• Focal length,
• Flash mode,
• Software name that processed the photo,
• Subject distance (depends on your device),
And many more!


You won't be sharing unnecessary details (within your photos) with others anymore.
Social media services can't collect metadata from your uploaded photos to build an advertising profile of you anymore.


Features
• Simple & easy to use,
• Supports many Exif tags,
• Batch process photos inside a folder,
• Option to create metadata-free copies of photos, or remove metadata directly from the original photos,
• Help protect your privacy,
No bloat/unnecessary features,
No unnecessary permissions,
• Free!
Updated on
Jun 23, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.5
1.65K reviews
Ned Spain
December 1, 2020
False positives on removal in every instance. I ran single files and batch folders. Followed up with the very same files in ExifPro (no I'm not affiliated, just downloaded it) and it found all the relevant data still there 100%. I was able to delete with exif and it tells you if there and errors or unsuccess and actually displays the data points in detail...or lack thereof. Uninstalling this.
13 people found this review helpful
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Syrupy
December 1, 2020
Hi, if you are using the default settings, make sure you're checking the metadata-free copies instead of the original files – as by default the app will create copies with the metadata removed, instead of directly modifying (can be changed in settings), in "Pictures/Photo Metadata Remover" (directory can also be changed in settings).
A Google user
August 24, 2019
Didn't work at all. Select image. Press the happy little button. App says it deleted nothing...which is the feature that is honest and functions in the app because it didn't delete anything. Results were the same regardless of the photo selected. How this got such high ratings is bewildering.
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Syrupy
August 25, 2019
Hi there, make sure the images you select are JPEG images that are compatible with/can have Exif metadata. Also note that using the default settings, the original photos won't be modified directly, but copies of them with the metadata removed are made (can be changed in settings; directory where metadata-free copies are made can also be changed).
A Google user
July 20, 2019
I'm having a hard time editing my review for some reason since you responded. I too, am a developer, and would love nothing more than to rate your app well. I did indeed check the correct directory, which by default seems to be a subdirectory underneath my pictures directory. I just tried again a number of times, with a number of different photos, each with the same results. If you have any suggestions you would like me to try, I'm more than happy to help in that fashion. Best regards.
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Syrupy
July 20, 2019
Hi there, if you are using the default settings, the app will create a copy of the picture with the Exif metadata removed, instead of modifying the original files directly (can be changed in settings), in Pictures/Photo Metadata Remover (directory can also be changed in settings), so mind double checking that you were looking at the right files?🙂

What's new

General code improvements, small fixes