Picture Info, the simple app that lets you easily view information from the meta data of photos on your Windows Phone device, scored an update today. Coming along for the ride is the ability to view lots of new information from a photo's meta data, such as aperture value, shutter speed, and date modified. Additionally, you'll gain the ability to delete all meta data from a given picture.
Here's a rundown of what's new and improved in version 2.7:
- Add new EXIF tags: Date modified, Type of the file, EXIF version information, Color space, ApertureValue, ShutterSpeedValue, ExposureIndex.
- Day taken of the picture.
- Delete all EXIF data from the picture.
- Rename picture and Delete all EXIF data.
- Share image location/GPS details via text/SMS.
- Lock/Unlock Map to help with scrolling Map.
- Location name (address, city, country) on the Map.
- Explanation for EXIF tags.
- Detail page is default page of the app.
- Donate page.
- Minor UI improvements and fixes.
- Text wrapping for the File name when longer filenames are not visible.
- Exposures longer than 1 second are shown as 1/0 sec.
- Resolved bug with dark theme.
Overall, Picture Info is a pretty handy tool if you're into diving deep into a picture to find out the exact settings that were used to capture a specific shot (looking at the big picture, if you will). If you want to grab the update, or try the app for the first time, you can do so from the store link below.