Image Map is the first exif/geodata editor for windows phone 7. Free and Trial versions are fully functional, but have a limit on number of pictures you can save and show ads.
Image Map is also a fun visual way to look at all the pictures you took on a world map. This works by reading gps location information from the image exif data and pinpointing the location of each image on a map.
This app integrates into your phone Pictures Hub and acts as a powerful and easy to use exif viewer. In addition to location information you can find out about the model and make of the digital camera used to take the picture, date, exposure, f-stop and other useful info. What is even more – you can edit this data, change and add location, provide and save description and copyright info, etc. Obviously EXIF metadata editing is done without any changed to actual JPEG image encoding and can be done both to images taken directly by your phone or any other image saved to it.
Exchangeable image file format (Exif) is a standard that specifies ancillary tags used by digital cameras, scanners and other systems handling image files. Not all pictures carry exif data, but if they do and if GPS location info is embedded â€“ Image Map can map it! Fortunately, by default windows phone saves geo-data with every picture you take.
Image Map – Free AD-supported version.
Image Map Plus – for only 99c shows no ads and has no limits on the number of edits you can do.