Jpeg Exif Viewer

Jpeg Exif Viewer


Jpeg Exif Viewer is a simply tool that shows a jpeg image Exif information.
Make, Model, Datetime, Flash, Gps, FocalLength, and other tags.

A jpeg file can be specified by intent (ACTION_VIEW/ACTION_SEND) from any file managers.

Recent changes:
Add a permission for jelly beans : READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
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Free
74
3.7
User ratings
550
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
259 kb
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About Jpeg Exif Viewer
Jpeg Exif Viewer is a simply tool that shows a jpeg image Exif information.
Make, Model, Datetime, Flash, Gps, FocalLength, and other tags.

A jpeg file can be specified by intent (ACTION_VIEW/ACTION_SEND) from any file managers.

Recent changes:
Add a permission for jelly beans : READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Doesn't work At all does not work
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Nice Utility You should use any file manager or image gallery software to find the pic you want to check, then use the Share action and pick open with Jpg Exif Viewer. You dont have to use the file browser built in. The file browser is not the best but it is also not needed. This app works great and has all the tags organized in sections. It works better and looks better than other apps ive tried. I think the export exif to text file is a killer freature. Thanks for this app.
A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Does nothing, just hangs there.
A Google User
Nov 28, 2014
Rudimentary and unstandard interface. Doesn't use gallery-like ui for browsing. NO THUMBNAILS. File listing resets to whatever the default is *every* time you switch to another app, which is frustrating when you have to find image filenames in the gallery app and your images are on the SD card. Can't copy parts of exit data.
A Google User
Nov 21, 2014
Not user friendly on Nexus 5 Interesting implementation, but not easy to use. Forces landscape orientation & dedicates the left side of the screen to a file browser, which is too small on Nexus 5. It does let you export EXIF & map URL to text which is good, but is slow to list a directory with many files & only gives a 4mm thumbnail, which is almost useless if you have a number of similar photos or one you don't recognise. Would be better if it used the system ui for choosing files, had portrait mode too & full screen image view.