PlaceTagger is an easy to use app that geotags pictures taken on your digital camera. Just sync, shoot, tag. PlaceTagger records location data while maximizing battery life and uses iCloud to sync location data to your iPad and Mac (sold separately on the Mac App Store). PlaceTagger has been featured by TUAW (http://j.mp/ptuaw) and Macworld (http://j.mp/5gglZc).
Version 2.0 brings geotagging to the iPad. You can record location data on your iPhone or cell-enabled iPad, then use Apple's Camera Connection kit to geotag JPG files right on your iPad!
Need to tag more file formats? Check out PlaceTagger for Mac (sold separately on the Mac App Store) to geotag most popular image formats including your DSLR's RAW image files! PlaceTagger for Mac also allows you to adjust timestamps on your photos in case you forget to synchronize your camera and iPhone clocks.
PlaceTagger also lets you export to GPX track files so you can geotag using your favorite software to geotag (e.g. Aperture 3 or other software that supports geotagging via GPX tracks). And version 2.0 also supports recording in the background*.
PlaceTagger also contains in-app step-by-step help and FAQ.
+ All new interface
+ iCloud sync for location data
+ Improved recording precision
+ Shows track on map
+ iPad geotagging support (use Apple's Camera Connection Kit)
+ iPad recording support (only on cell-enabled iPads)
+ Optimized for Retina iPad
+ Optional Mac app for geotagging, also with iCloud support (sold separately on Mac App Store)
+ GPX track export for geotagging with your favorite application
IMPORTANT: While PlaceTagger 2.0 is a free upgrade for PlaceTagger 1.0 users, it requires iOS 5 and is not compatible with version 1.0 as it's been rewritten from the ground up to take advantage of iCloud. This includes PlaceTagger 1.0 and PlaceTagger for Aperture 1.0. Version 2.0 will not migrate location data from version 1.0.
* Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. We highly recommend running PlaceTagger in the foreground and covering the proximity sensor on the front of the device while recording (e.g. put your phone in your pocket), which will shut off the screen and extend battery life.
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