Android Photo Infographic Generator. Create awesome looking high-res infographics from your photos!
Have you ever wondered what time of day you prefer to take photos? How about whether you prefer horizontal or vertical orientation? What about your favorite city? Well, look no further! InFoto creates gorgeous infographics from your photos in seconds!
With a single tap InFoto create awesome infographics that visualize:
- What continents, countries, and even cities you take your photos in
- What time of day you prefer to take photos
- What days of the week, month, and overall days you are most active at taking photos
- Other information such as ISO, shutter speed, flash usage, camera orientation, etc...
All of the infographics are sharable individually or as one large infographic! Email them, share them with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, Google +, or just save it to your phone.
Visualizing your Android photo taking habits with beautiful infographics is just a tap away!
Check out what others are saying about InFoto!
Android Police: "Odds are that as long as your phone is not brand new, you've taken a fair number of photos with it. Those images are so much more than a moment frozen in time; they contain delicious data ready to be splayed out and consumed. InFoto slurps up the EXIF data attached to your snapshots and builds some very cool-looking infographics from it."
Addictive Tips: "What most of us photography-maniacs are looking for, is a simple and graphically-rich app that can let us know of our photography habits; some basic information that presents us with core data pertaining to how we use our mobile camera. This is exactly what InFoto brings to the table."
nikolaovcharski.com: "InFoto Free generates beautiful infographics based on the EXIF data from photos taken with an Android smartphone."
We are busy creation new features that we deliver on a regular basis. More information and features coming soon!
Note: To have the location information show up on the infographics, location services must be enabled. Please turn on the GeoTagging functionality in your Android camera software.