If you find yourself wondering where a photo on your Windows Phone was taken, an app called GeoPhoto may be worth a look. We've highlighted the app before, but the app has now gone universal for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, so you can use its features across a bevy of devices.
If you're unfamiliar with GeoPhoto, it pulls in the metadata from each photo on your Windows device to serve up the location where it was taken on a world map. In addition, you can use the app to edit and add geotags to any of your photos. There's also OneDrive support for pulling in your OneDrive pictures, along with automatic grouping.
Overall, the idea behind the app and its execution are both simple and incredibly useful. If you'd like to check out this newly-universal app, be sure to grab it at the Windows Store from the link below.
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