Insight: Picture Manager uses EXIF metadata to rename and organize your images.
Featured by XDA-Developers: “Automatically rename and organize your photos with Picture Manager”
Picture Manager uses EXIF metadata to rename and organize your images.
What Picture Manager can do for you:
Rename your images with different timestamp formats and other EXIF metadata such as camera model, manufacturer and many more.
Bring more organization to your image collection by sorting your images into folders dated or even named by where you took your photos.
For example, if you were on vacation and you made a round trip, you no longer need to remember the city where you took the photos. Picture Manager will do this job for you by sorting the images
in folders named by where the photos were taken.
The organizer also offers a feature to move your images to your external SD card or even USB storage.
In the premium version, this can be done even automatically.
A useful use case is also moving videos to another location to prevent Google or Amazon Photos from syncing them to the cloud.
Clean up your image collection
Picture Manager offers a duplicate image finder tool to get rid of duplicate images and restore space on your phone’s memory
There is also an option to find similar images based on PHash and AverageHash.
Edit exif metadata directly in Picture Manager, whether single images or in batch mode.
Use conditions to modify only the EXIF attributes that match them.
The premium version is an in-app purchase and unlocks the following features:
– Custom formats
– JobService to instantly rename and organize newly taken photos
– Search for similar images
– Integration of tasks
# Duplicates finder
#Search for similar images
**The card is working.**
• Fixed GPX feature not working
• View service enabled status
• Counter can now be added to pre/suffix
• Fixed EXIF editor not showing progress dialog
• Fixed crash in EXIF editor when editing dates
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