What‘s about PinApp?

 

View all Photos

  1. -of Photo Album on iPad

  2. -of iPhoto on your Mac


Geo-Tags

  1. -View on a large map

  2. -Place or move

  3. -Find locations with built-in search function


Metadata

- View EXIF data and more

View photos of the Photos App on the iPad:

  1. Browse through Albums, Events, Faces, Saved Photos, Last Import or Photostream

  2. The navigation bar on the left can be moved out of sight

  3. Buttons to access the previous/next photo are always visible

  4. Photos can be viewed (nearly) fullscreen

  5. Display Metadata (EXIF, TIFF, ...)

Geo-tags of photos on the iPad:

  1. See geo-tagged photos at a glance: a red pin in the left navigation bar

  2. The biggest part of the screen shows the photo‘s location with a pin

  3. The map also features satellite or hybrid view

  4. Use your fingers to zoom or move the map‘s view


  5. To place a geo-tag:

  6. One tap to the left of a photo places a pin in the middle of the current map view - this comes very handy when the map already shows the location of the previous photo

  7. or hold your finger on the map for a second - the pin is placed here

  8. To save the photo with the new geo-tag in the album „Saved Photos“, tap the „Save“ button. You will never change your original photos, it‘s always a copy which will be saved.


  1. Find locations:

  2. Tap on the search bar at the upper right

  3. Enter a city or place, even full addresses will be recognized

  4. PinApp moves the map to the found location

  5. Using addresses from the Address Book is under construction

View photos stored in iPhoto on the Mac:

  1. Works with iPhoto `11 and iPhoto `09

  2. On Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, Lion included

  3. On the same local network (WLAN)

  4. Browse through Albums, Events and Faces

  5. Photos can be viewed (nearly) fullscreen

  6. Metadata can be displayed (EXIF, TIFF, ...)


To ,talk‘ to iPhoto on the Mac, there must be the „PinAppServer“ running. Free Download (ca. 700 KB)

View or set geo-tags on photos in iPhoto:

  1. See geo-tagged photos at a glance: a red pin in the left navigation bar

  2. The biggest part of the screen shows the photo‘s location with a pin

  3. The map also features satellite or hybrid view

  4. Use your fingers to zoom or move the map‘s view


  5. To place a geo-tag:

  6. One tap to the left of a photo places a pin in the middle of the current map view - this comes very handy when the map already shows the location of the previous photo

  7. or hold your finger on the map for a second - the pin is placed here

  8. Geo-tags will be saved in iPhoto instantly.


  1. Find locations:

  2. Tap on the search bar at the upper right

  3. Enter a city or place, even full addresses will be recognized

  4. PinApp moves the map to the found location

  5. Using addresses from the Address Book is under construction

Photos on your iPad

Photos on your Mac