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Search photos/videos exactly you want to see, edit or share!
If you want to do anything with your photos/videos, run HashPhotos first!
HashPhotos is beautifully designed and easy to use.
If you love to take a photo/video or you are a photographer, HashPhotos is a must have app.
No more scrolling up and down to search photos.
Tag, Map, Timeline and many great features will help you search, manage, edit and share your photos/videos.
Don't just make your good memories sitting in your iPhone/iPad.
Make your memories alive and having fun with them!
* If you have bought or downloaded before version 3.7.0, you don't need to buy In-App features. Tap "Restore" button if you see Shop Page.
****** FEATURES ******
[Search / Manage]
- Powerful Search (User Tags, Predefined Tags, Date/Time, Size)
- Support Spotlight Search
- User Smart Album
- Folder/Album Manager
- Thumbnail Size and Style
- Thumbnail Badges
- Additional Info on Thumbnail
Easy to use and powerful Photo and Video Editor
- Quick Edit
- Support Animated GIF/PNG
- Zoom option
- Metadata(Exif) Viewer
- Tilt Scroll Panorama
[Security / Privacy]
- Private Album (Photo/Video Vault)
- Passcode and Touch ID
- Remove Metadata
- Find Similar Photos
- Compare and Pick Tool
- Import from Mac/PC via Wi-Fi
- Send to Mac/PC via Wi-Fi
- Adjust Date/Time
- Set/Change Location
- Create Animated GIF
- Combine Vertically
- Combine Horizontally
- Video to GIF
- Live Photo to GIF
- Live Photo to Still Image
- Extract Image from Video
- Live Photo to Still Image
- Live Photo
- Save to album
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Allgemein (23.10.17 - 17:47)
Yeah, this IS a really terrific and awesome app...
HOWEVER, that said, when inside the app and you try to add a pic to an album (if you have SEVERAL albums like I do in your iOS photos app for instance) and you scroll really fast or even moderately fast, this app will CRASH. Every. Single. Time. PERIOD! You'll see that the albums will turn blank (as if no pic is inside of them, i.e. the thumbnail will "disappear"), and you have to close down/reboot the app and open it back up again. You can NEVER scroll too fast, otherwise it WILL crash/not work. Really, really, really aggravating and irritating! (it's been like this since the 1st version)
(20.01.18 - 23:00)
Have you tried the 2 options related to "database" within settings? Settings/Data/ ... then the last two options (optimize database & ckeck database - not sure if the translation is correct, but they should be found like described).
Maybe this could help but can't tell it for sure, as i never had any instability issues (no matter with how many pictures).
(20.01.18 - 23:22)
Well, I definitely tried all of this in the past, but good news! Since the last 2 updates or so, I haven't had this problem anymore (thanks for your suggestions though)
BTW, have you downloaded the companion PC/Mac HashPhotos software? ("HashPhotos Transfer"). Because if you import the photos to your PC/Mac, there will be no "tags" (pretty frustrating if you've spent a lot of time to create them, etc. - although maybe others have figured out a way to do this w/o the software?). However, this HashPhotos Transfer software is supposedly a way in which to save these tags outside of iOS. I haven't downloaded it yet. But you can find it at this site: http://www.beyondf.com/hashphotos/#transfer
(20.01.18 - 23:44)
Glad it works for you finally. No i didn't downloaded the companion because i relate on PhotoSync for this step. Nor i bother to tag pictures in any app which offers such possibilities - i don't because these apps mostly (as far i came across such apps), don't write these informations into the metadata of the picture - which is what would be needed to see them afterwards anywhere else. Because i didn't try HashPhotos companion i can't tell if it does, and if, how it is stored or can bee seen/used there.
(21.01.18 - 00:03)
I've just re-read @Morvan's in depth review from late 2015. He did state tags stay in the app back then & unfortunately i think there is very little chance, if any, this have (could?) be changed.
(21.01.18 - 18:31)
Yes, this is true as far as I understand. HashPhotos definitely does not write this info into the metadata. The most it can do (as far as I know) is remove some of the metadata, but that's it (like many other 3rd party apps). It's a good option to have, but it would be great if the tags could actually be written into the metadata
(21.01.18 - 18:36)
Yes, there seems to have never been a way of these tags staying with the pics once they're imported into a PC/Mac. I plan to download the companion software and then write about how this works with regard to retaining the tags
(21.01.18 - 19:55)
True, there where some Apps like Photosmith, PhotosInfo Pro and some few others which tried to fill this gap (i guess) - but none of them where updated in a long period of time.
Not even Lightroom does offer this option yet, although it's the second most requested feature since years.
I never tested these Apps above. @Izmini and @Technonut, and for sure some other users here, are much more experienced for this deeper technical aspect you're looking for.
I just can't imagine succeeding with transferring those tags. Guess pople would have figured this out & tag the heck out of all photos they have on their devices. ;) But you never know ...
(27.01.18 - 17:51)
Thanks for your feedback. I also don't know too much about the technical aspects of how, for instance, tags in photos could theoretically be imported to a computer without 3rd party software (on a computer). And @Izmini and @Technonut are definitely the right ppl that would probably know.
However, I did finally download the HashPhotos companion software (HashPhotos Transfer) on the Mac and I couldn't get it to work. Once I opened the program, it kept giving me a pop-up message that it was searching the network (the same wifi network that my iPhone - that I have the HashPhotos app installed on - is connected to? And/or other iDevices connected to the network?). Anyway, I need to play with it some more or re-download it, etc., but I've been so busy lately
(28.01.18 - 13:19)
Do you still try to get the tags - by using their companion?
These informations for sure are stored in the app library. A companion normally isn't a standalone Photo-Managing-Catalogue which would be needed to decode and display the iOS Catalogue information on your computer then - which is what you in fact try to do. Sorry to say, but forget about trying this, you're just loosing your time.
There are different ways to add and display informations.
* One is by using libraries.
* The other is changing Metadata of the picture it self which at the time mostly would create a copy! of your picture on iOS.
Even in this second option, there are different standards how they will be written/handled (IPTC is a Standard for example). If you google IPCT you'll find informations, why the industry tried to establish a standard related to write/store and in consequence make readable additional informations.
* There are many photographers & journalists out there which badly need a better workflow (by using their iDevices to get work done in between times, without need to transfer them first to their computer AND a dedicated application there, where they can do what they need). Therefore PhotoMechanic and Lightroom Classic are so frequently used and established Desktop Applications for ORGANIZING pictures (and that's what you trying to do, as far as i understood. Going deeper then organizing them just by Albums).
Said that, you can have done a lot of key-wording on a dedicated application on your computer, but this doesn't mean an iOS Application will show you these informations, be able to search for it, or even filter by it. Just have a search for "Lightroom Mobile Keyword Sync" and i'm sure you'll get a better overall view what is going on.
I can't be a help for the HashPhotos companion as i don't see me installing it along with PhotoSync which is what i use for transferring photos to my desktop.
(28.01.18 - 13:20)
... That's in short really all i can tell you - i'm sure if i'm completely wrong there would be somebody else who would have jumped into the discussion and help you out. ...
(01.02.18 - 00:56)
I'm so sorry it took me a while to get back to you!
Thanks a lot for taking the time to try explain some of the various options that are available in terms of managing photos on a Mac/PC transferred from an iDevice, and the fact that its pretty hard to transfer actual tags, etc. I'm mainly just now interested in retaining the various tags that I've accumulated on the iDevice using HashPhotos and getting this to the Mac, but I definitely plan to check out some of the software that you've mentioned.
I didn't necessarily use the right term previously, saying "companion." What I'm talking about is what I previously mentioned, and this is the HashPhotos Transfer software that can be downloaded to a PC/Mac, which can facilitate a way in which tags can be retained/saved inside of the pics when transferring them from the iDevice (or to the iDevice).
I finally had some time to test this software again and this time I got it to work. The instructions are hidden inside of the iOS app (which I didn't see before, lol). So if you download the software, there is a way to transfer the tags to your computer over wifi (& I didn't try from the computer to the iDevice). However, this really takes a LONG TIME! (and my wifi connection is pretty fast). I had a lot of photos on the iDevice, but not as many as some ppl (maybe like 4000 or so, with many of these being "memes" that I made). You can select the photos you want to transfer, so the next time I do this (I only was able to transfer 200 or so, lol) I'll only select a small amount. That said, if I'm able to utilize the file sharing method by connecting the iDevice through iTunes (the old fashioned way) this would of course be a lot faster. But I tried this in the past and was unable to do this, and in the guide inside the iOS app, there are only directions on how to transfer the photos TO your iDevice from the PC/Mac and not the other way around, but I'm hoping that there's a workaround (or perhaps maybe using a 3rd party iTunes replacement).
(01.02.18 - 15:16)
NP! Great you've got them to your computer. Then the computer software does get informations out of the iOS-HashPhotos-App-Library and even display it. I'm happy for you i was so wrong about it.
I've got, you where (mainly, or, in the first step) trying to save the tagging work done in HashPhotos. As far as i've learned now from you're process, and from what i've read ... it looks as, as long as you stay in HashPhotos-ecosystem you're able work with their tags. Right?
My thought/understanding was, you would like to use these tags later on - see them anywhere where you're pictures are. For this, keywords would be needed and they should be saved as IPTC-informations - ideally by changing a picture, without creating a copy of it. This part is/was the tricky one, and the software i've mentioned until yet, where just examples of trying without success to do the job perfectly (without copying images to retain, or being able to add, informations).
Regarding the transfer, HashPhotos seems to be pretty stable then, as you where able to transfer this large badge of images - even it took a while. I always choose a a little bit of a smaller badge when transferring pictures. Maybe badges with around 1000 could be an amount to try with. (Like i said - i use PhotoSync as my go-to solution for any photo transfer i have to do).
Anyways, great you've got a step forward and not everything is lost what you did.
Meanwhile i still was searching for some possibility to ad keywords (IPTC), ideally in badges which would end in changing images, rather then creating a copy of it, which seemed to be impossible, but it may be i was proved wrong here too. :) ... i'll continue in a new post ...
(01.02.18 - 15:20)
My goal was (because i may have miss understood a part of what you where trying to achieve as an end result): Adding keywords (IPTC), ideally in badges, which should end in changing images, rather then creating a copy of it.
Against everything i said before it seems i discovered a needle in the haystack named "MetaGear" by "Ilya Kuznetsov". Update description from April 17, 2017 states: added ability to save JPEG images in-place without duplicating. Hopefully you have downloaded this one as it was free.
I did test it with a batch of 10 JPEG-Pictures, and added more then one Keyword. Then rechecked it with different EXIF-Viewers and also imported it to Lightroom Mobile to see if the Keywords do show up, and are separated as intended. It did work.
So i hope you have it already, and can see if and how it would work for your purposes.
(02.02.18 - 22:24)
Don't give me (or the App) too much credit yet! lol. I think that it might be doing what we both had been saying we wanted it to do, although I'm realizing (looking back at my posts) that unfortunately I did not describe things correctly (and ALL of this is because I got confused with the word ***Tag*** and the word ***Keyword*** or to be more specific, I used these 2 words as synonyms and interchangeably).
I played around again with the "HashPhotos Transfer software" yesterday, including transferring more pictures from my iDevice to the computer (Mac).
First of all, on a side note, unfortunately, there's no way to use the iTunes file sharing option in order to get photos TO the computer from the iDevice (I mentioned that I didn't think that this was a viable option, but I was hoping I was wrong; and I haven't tried any of the 3rd party iTunes substitutes) - although, not surprisingly, you CAN transfer photos from your computer TO your iDevice using iTunes file sharing (you can also use the HashPhotos Transfer software in which to do this as well). I'm sure that several iOS versions back one would have been able to use iTunes to transfer photos from the iOS HashPhotos App to the computer (I guess anything before iOS 8.3; BTW I'm currently still on iOS 10.3.3).
On a positive note, I noticed that the transfer was WAY faster compared to what I experienced the 1st time when using the HashPhotos Transfer software (maybe the last time I used it, the wifi was lagging for whatever reason?). And also as you said, if you transfer less pictures at a time, this should help a bit (and IMO it may make it easier to also keep track of what is being transferred, and it's better to transfer a certain amount just in case you need to step away for whatever reason). Maybe you could do 1000 at a time as you said, or even less, like 200, 300 or 500, etc.
Now, this is the question: Is the "HashPhotos Transfer software" indeed doing what we both were talking about? I think so, but I was a bit confused by the terms we were both using (however, I'm sure you knew what you were talking about, so I only blame myself, lol). Let me describe what I mean:
Testing the "HashPhotos Transfer software" again yesterday, I was able to see exactly what IS being transferred in the photos to the computer from the iDevice.
***Tags*** are NOT being transferred. HOWEVER, ***Keywords*** are what is being transferred. And to be honest, I really have not played around too much with my Mac (I'm still used to and miss the feel of the Windows PC; yeah, this is not a good excuse, lol). But of course, the way in which to see "if" tags or keywords are in each photo is to click get info/properties, and in my previous post for whatever reason (including because the iOS HashPhotos App uses the word "Tags"), I was thinking that **Tags*** were being transferred while ***Keywords*** were what was being transferred. I'm very sorry for not stating things correctly.
Now, this is the thing: In the HashPhotos iOS app, the (English) "word" that is used in terms of being one of the best features of the App, is the fact that you can create "Tags" for your photos/videos (i.e. these things are NOT called "Keywords" inside of the iOS APP - but maybe they SHOULD be?). However again, when you use the "HashPhotos Transfer software" and transfer photos to the Mac, the things we call ***Tags*** in the HashPhotos iOS app are transferred, but not as ***Tags***, but as ***Keywords***, lol. So these various ***Tags*** are being transferred (one could say), but they are transferred as ***Keywords***
Now, the fact that ***Keywords*** ARE transferred using the "HashPhotos Transfer software" is a good thing right? This is better than it NOT being able to transfer the keywords to the computer. And if you want, you can obviously copy and paste the various Keywords into the Tags area in the photos on the Mac (and of course do several at a time).
On another side note, of course when you transfer videos, GIFs, or PNGs (Screen Shots), the Keywords are not transferred. You can only transfer Keywords if they are "JPGs."
Now, I believe that you were indeed thinking that I was saying it was possible to transfer ***Keywords*** correct? (Even thoough I used the word ***Tags***). Again, because I used the word ***Tags*** instead of ***Keywords*** I'm not 100% sure, and I apologize. And a few days ago I was actually without paying attention, seeing the various ***Keywords*** transferred on the Mac and thinking that these actually were ***Tags***
To be honest, IMHO, the devs of HashPhotos App (the App is still GREAT, don't get me wrong) should maybe use the word ***Keyword*** instead of ***Tag*** because ***Keywords*** are what can be transferred to your computer (NOT ***Tags***), and this threw me off as well.
I'm sure (although I could be wrong) this would also be the case if using a Windows PC instead of a Mac.
BTW, I checked the "MetaGear" App (by Ilya Kuznetsov) and it's now 7.99 USD so I would only get it if it's maybe easier to use or superior to the HashPhotos app. What do you think? Also, for instance, when you transfer these photos to the Mac, do the Tags show up as Keywords or Tags?
Also, do you recommend Lightroom for the Mac? Or maybe other Software that makes things easier on the Mac. And regarding PhotoSync, are you talking about the App made by touchbyte GmbH? (Unfortunately I don't have this app, but I'm assuming that like most other transfer apps, you can't add keywords or tags).
And do you ever use iCloud to have your photos synced? Or maybe you had issues getting this to work, or maybe there are other negatives and drawbacks you've experienced using iCloud as compared to using PhotoSync and/or other apps?
Thanks so much for your help and feedback!
(02.02.18 - 23:55)
About iCloud (now called iCloud Drive): i stopped using Apples Sync a long time ago for pictures. Back then it was called "iCloud" and had a few drawbacks on this topic - but that's history now. That's about the time i went to PhotoSync and never looked back! ;)
Transferring with iTunes: i remember in the past a drawback was, it would lose some EXIF Data on the way. You where ending up with the picture on the phone - but some details (in EXIF) would be missing (i don't remember the exact details anymore) therefore i didn't followed that path and used iCloud, until ... you know that one already ;) (or see above ... ;)
You can use what ever term you like - lol! It doesn't matter that much what you call it - what matters much more is ...
- where the wished information is written/stored
- is it readable for other apps or applications
Because of that i tried to be more precise and name the informations, which will be written in IPTC Standard Fields of the file (which is then accessible and readable for any app or application which does display this STANDARD), as "IPTC-Keywords". Please just read quickly over the link on this i've posted - i'm sure you get a heck of understanding out of it. I really can't explain it in detail like the article does, what this is.
The other method to store informations are, like already explained, libraries.
And here we are again ... IPTC is a standard for, storing additional informations in files it self and NOT informations associated to files within a library.
I still think, HashPhotos does use a library but with iCloud Drive and BetaSync enabled it manages to sync to this place - from where any application with access to it, gets the fresh informations about the keywords and with which associated file it should display it. But really, i'm sorry i can't test it further - as i don't fulfill the requirements.
(03.02.18 - 00:56)
(Lol how could you write that long of a comment in one post!). I've read again what you wrote and see you write about they are showing up in photos on your mac. Then they seem to make use of the Mac tagging system - which would be a good thing, sure!
I guess we have to be realistic, i'm not a help if i can't see exactly what you are talking about & test it my self - and it's to get (even more ;) a hit and miss conversation if i try further.
I tried my best, and hope there are some things, you can get something out of it - but by trying to guess what is happening on your side, i'm just not a help for you.
Also for where to manage your pictures, i can't say what works best for you. It just depends on so many variables - it's impossible for me to advise you. One is completely happy with Photos and iCloud Drive, the other one likes Lightroom much more, or any other dedicated application. Every application and dedicated system has his pro and cons - and not to forget, also fees and learning curves have to be considered.
We'll see what @Izmini will say, and if i come around something i'll post anyways about it.
(05.02.18 - 15:16)
Sorry about my last post being so long (BTW I did read up a bit on IPTC, so I at least know more than I used to, haha). And I think you understood what I meant when mentioning that "keywords" are transferred as opposed to "tags."
Anyway, some good news. I wanted to further test the HashPhotos Transfer software (HTS). I wanted to see IF when transferring these pics off of my computer (Mac), the keywords were retained.
So using the HTS, I transferred some pics to my iDevice from the computer with the following keywords (Beach, Sunrise, Nature). These were directly imported into the iOS photos app. And using the "EXIF Viewer by Fluntro" App (made by Fluntro) "View Exif" extension in the iOS photos App (and I wish we could upload pics on AppZapp), I was able to confirm that YES, the keywords (Beach, Sunrise, Nature) WERE there.
So it is possible to retain the *tags* made inside of HashPhotos (and I'm sure with the MetaGear App as well) as *keywords* inside of the EXIF data.
And I totally understand what you mean when using iCloud (now iCloud Drive) or iTunes in the past and the many drawbacks and negatives, as opposed to using PhotoSync, and it going a lot more smoothly and with less headaches, etc. It all depends on what we find that works best for us and gives us the least amount of problems. Have you tried to use the App Pic Sync (made by MobiLab)? There are other Transfer type of apps that I've downloaded that I'd like to test. Other factors are maybe the amount of space we have on our iDevices and what photos/videos we want or don't want to keep on our iDevices (and also if we want to keep the original photos/videos on our iDevices or optimize the iDevice storage if using iCloud). For instance with only 64 GB, I'm somewhat limited, although compared to 32 GB (or 16 GB) I'm obviously a lot better off.
Thanks for all of your help and assistance, and taking the time to explain some of the things you explained
(06.02.18 - 21:16)
Haha lol - not your fault it (App Zapp's comments section) won't let me write so much.
No i didn't understood where they did show up. In EXIF is perfect, that's the best place they can be and you saw them with the Exif-Viewer's which i also used while testing, as you've re-imported them to your device. Sound's good to me.
Although this is true for JPEG's at least (TIFF and PNG can't store the same amount of additional details as far as i know, and RAW is another story - i still didn't got my head around all this differences related to EXIF's).
Btw. In HashPhotos (iOS) you could import IPTC Keywords (check settings for this). What here is happening is, it checks all pictures for IPTC keywords (stored in EXIF's - i really hope i don't mess up the terminology again) and translates them to tags in HashPhotos (iOS). If some Camera- or Photo-Apps do write informations to this field (like "Brushstroke" does it for example), you would have them too - as tags, in HashPhotos (iOS).
2.nd hint: If sometimes HashPhotos (iOS) doesn't show the correct amount of photos associated to tags, collapsing the tags section with the little arrow, and expanding the tags section again seems to trigger a refresh and correct the numbers.
No I haven't tested, nor loaded, the MobiLab one (i don't like this developer anymore, smashing so many apps to the market, many with similar functions - so I stopped testing any of his).
The second i used from time to time is "Photo Transfer App - Bitwise" from "Bitwise Software SL". The specialty of this one is, i could review pictures on the big screen (using it's companion on the mac for this), before transferring them (and delete if i need - although i had to confirm every single one, on the device, due iOS limitations, which does slow down with a large amount of pictures tough). But it has a good long term reputation too.
And yes, you've got the right PhotoSync (PS). PS is not something you could add keywords to EXIF with it.
What PhotoSync is, it is a crack in terms of possible transfer customizations. You can have everything from setting it do it automatically when you come home - to, rename pictures in whatever customization you tell it to do, and put them where ever you define when transferring. Although it has a learning curve it's THE one which could handle anything i ever needed, without any concerns it would do something to the photos - like recompress/compress them or strip any EXIF information out (about both i've heard by using Photos on Mac if one doesn't take care, check and read up on details before using it's function - i only came across by reading, so no further details known or tested my self).
Happy testing then!
(08.02.18 - 23:50)
It's strange b/c I'm able to write as much as I can when I comment, although maybe it's b/c I'm using the older AppZapp pro (for iPhone)? (On a sidenote, I REALLY hate the iOS 11 ready AppZapp Notify but only b/c the text is so small for my old eyes! ). I never was not able to write comments as long as I wanted, tho certainly I know at times when they're too long, ppl will get tired of reading it
And thanks for even more tips and hints. I was not aware that you could import the IPTC keywords into the app, but I followed your instructions and I see that it's now possible (I may want to delete these tags b/c these are not necessarily tags I'll use for these pics, but it's good to know this is possible). Also, thanks for the hint re refreshing the tags section in order to see more photos. You learn something new everyday
I totally agree with your assessment of MobiLab, lol, and it is confusing b/c they seem to saturate the App Store with so many of the same kinds of apps with similar functions, and I've noticed that even many of the decent, solid apps they make are pulled from the App Store for whatever reason (not sure if it's the devs doing this or Apple?). That said, I still have not tried their Pic Sync App (and I got it for free, so I feel like that's the least I could do)
PhotoSync indeed does sound great in terms of you being able to customize it in various ways, depending on your needs, so I'll definitely see if the price drops.
I definitely don't want the photos App of the Mac to in any way change the EXIF data of my photos, so thanks a lot for the heads up, and I'll keep an eye out for this.
I really need to also research and possibly download 3rd party software for the Mac that will help me to better keep track of the photos' EXIF meta data and keywords, b/c IMHO the default photos app seems to be somewhat awkward, cumbersome and not as smooth as it could be, especially when checking the properties (using the get info option) of each photo. For instance, it seems that there should be a better way to browse each photo, to check the properties, instead of just only being able to right-click (on the mouse) to select this option one photo at a time and having to close this window, before being able to check the properties of next photo. Perhaps there's a way in which to do this with the default Photo app, and it's possible
I'm not doing things correctly.
Indeed, happy testing to you and I look forward to more suggestions and hints
(10.02.18 - 18:55)
You're welcome. Yes, :) i learned i can ignore the post limitations, hit post and it will do it. :)
Sounds uncomfortable to check pictures like that. Sure a good idea to look up if there is another way or an additional Mac-App for detail checking.
Said that, i also would make sure to know how to get the pictures out of Photos, so if at any point you like to change something, you know what to expect and how to do it - just a lesson i've learnt to do with any system i consider to commit to, even if it's just for a while.
PhotoSync very seldom change prices, so it could be a long wait. What came to my mind, but i forgot to mention is, one option it has, it can delete after the transfer all but the favorited ones, which i think is neat - just fyi.
But you're on a good way anyways - keep it up and i'm sure you'll figure out what you need and have to.
(12.02.18 - 14:40)
Yes, I was pretty sure that it wasn't just because of the fact that I was using the older AppZapp Pro that I was able to post an unlimited amount of characters. Although for the readers, I guess it's best not to make them too long
Again, thanks for all of your help and advice.
Yes, I do need to be able to become more comfortable and at ease with the way in which to navigate on the Mac, and this includes getting various pics out of the photos app and learning what can and cannot be done without using 3rd party software or what any of the limitations are.
Yes, I checked the price history of PhotosSync and indeed of course it pretty much never goes on sale, so I need to evaluate whether or not this would be something that I would be utilizing as opposed to a lot of other apps I've paid for (and have gotten for free) that pretty much just collect the proverbial "dust." But it sure seems like it has a lot of great features.
Allgemein (01.10.17 - 17:43)
Best photo management app in the App Store. This needs to be said again and again
(02.10.17 - 06:31)
I agree to a large extent (still not as good IMO as the old Albums app made by Hedonic Software who also made an almost identical browsing app called St@sh) and it truly does have many great and excellent features. However, is there a way to transfer these photos with your created tags onto a PC or Mac? (They wont be transferred using the regular syncing of photos for instance when connecting your iDevice). Although maybe you have to use the file sharing option when connected to iTunes to transfer them directly from the app? (as long as it's not iTunes 12.7 which might not work as it took away "app" syncing altogether)
Allgemein (05.07.17 - 02:30)
HashPhotos is the most beautiful and thoughtfully designed gallery app you've ever seen on a mobile device. Amazing app, no doubts.
This is how the native Camera roll app should've been designed..
Currently all in app purchases can be unlocked for free! IAPs will further boost your overall productivity while working with your photos.
Approved by Apptime :)
Allgemein (14.06.17 - 06:38)
Once you get used, you will never be able to come back to apples Photos app...
Una vez te acostumbras a él nunca volverás a Photos
Lo compré en cuanto vi su utilidad.
Esto es lo que Apple debería ofrecer y no las porquerías de apps a medio construir que incluye en iOS
Allgemein (27.04.17 - 23:00)
Outstanding! Excellent! I got the app long ago with all IAP's, and it has so many clever and well thought features.
Raed Omar Kulaibi
Allgemein (08.12.16 - 05:13)
Allgemein (07.12.16 - 08:01)
The best app of its kind available. 10/10. From what I can see this app is practically flawless. It's a kind of skin over top of the native iOS Photos.app that lets you tag, organize and manage your photos in a multitude of ways.
Cloud services are limited to Dropbox which isn't ideal but considering how good the app is generally, I can live with that. It syncs with iCloud to save settings and changes etc. If you work with pictures on your device a lot this app is for you.
(07.12.16 - 18:06)
Не могу согласиться с тем, что это приложение идеально работает в паре с Фотолентой-iOS. На iOS-10... многое из того, что предлагается здесь- отдельная плата за КАЖДУЮ! функцию- предоставляется бесплатно и работает прекрасно;
если вы нуждаетесь в resize, установите Magic Resize от Yoshinobu Sonoda - бесплатно и даёт возможность удалить из Фотоленты( CameraRoll) оригинал изображения. Для хранения изображений вне Camera Roll я использую давно установленное у меня MyPics... от Naia Inc( стоит каждой копейки ; недавно там сменилось руководство и мне прислали письмо с уверениями, что мои внутренние покупки сохранены ), внутри есть широкие возможности редактирования + создание тематических альбомов; экзиф- полный; указание размера - есть.
Мне не понравилась система прописки через социальную сеть в HashPhotos, но я это сделал, чтобы оценить возможности этого приложения. Мне не понравилось
Мне не понравились странные пустые ячейки в Фотоленте внутри этого приложения с нумерацией, система тегов неудобна. Для пробы функционала по три бесплатных примера?
(08.12.16 - 02:45)
Oh! I appreciate you telling us what apps you use, I always find it interesting, mainly because there are so many apps out there
(08.12.16 - 16:10)
Thank you for your feedback about my comments. If you want my opinion, you can always ask a question.
(08.12.16 - 16:19)
A little off topic, but I got a friend request from Nemo, picture looking to left. The words are in Cyrillic, so I don't know if it is rude or nice . That your wife?
(08.12.16 - 16:59)
my wife's iPad is not in use. She can't send you a message. Do not accept invitations of friendship from "Nemo" - it is Ukrainian Troll. Please send me a screenshot by e-mail.
(09.12.16 - 01:37)
the guy is an idiot...
(09.12.16 - 01:44)
(09.12.16 - 15:51)
No, I am not going to perpetuate this weirdness by sending you a screenshot lol. Ginny is correct, let's ALL just stay away from trolls. I'm blocking Nemo now.
(10.12.16 - 15:23)
block all that do this as they will not stop and I have not had one disgusting message since I locked the offensive bastards... igrok block them and you will stop getting their messages...
Allgemein (07.12.16 - 05:28)
A second opportunity for everyone who does not already have the app!
Allgemein (04.11.16 - 18:59)
Imo die mit Abstand beste App ihrer Art. Für derzeit 0,99 eine klare Kaufempfehlung!
Tae Ho Lee
Allgemein (14.07.16 - 09:24)
사진관리 어플중에 최고.... 이거 깔고 다른 사진관리 어플은 다 지움.
Allgemein (01.07.16 - 13:21)
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Allgemein (05.04.16 - 22:11)
Aktuell kostenlos - zuschlagen lohnt sich!
Allgemein (05.04.16 - 07:37)
FREE FREE FREE
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Allgemein (14.02.16 - 12:10)
Definitely best photo album viewer/organiser/ metadata exif around. Find similar images quickly view photo size and location map etc. bonus is it also has an editor which you can use to downsize/Compress your photos too.
(06.04.16 - 02:52)
I largely agree with you, but another great app unfortunately not in the app store anymore is Albums made by Hedonic Software (it won't even show up if you search your purchases) that had many of these same functions and even more, believe it or not. Of course it's obviously a good idea to download the best apps to your PC/Mac "just in case."
That said, this one does truly have some great features and of course it's now free
(13.04.16 - 16:43)
We should collect and send a petition to that developer for bringing that app back to the store. I did search for that App after reading your comment and found some informations about it on the internet. It's a pity that one is gone.
(14.04.16 - 03:05)
Yes, while I saved the ipa file for the app (and never deleted it from my iDevice), it's really a shame for other people that it's still not around! While the app icon looked very mundane and boring, it was anything but this, LOL It really had so many features that to be honest, I've never found a photo app since (and I had it since maybe 2010, and it was last updated for iOS 8 in late 2014) come close as far as the usefulness in terms of the many functions and features! I'm sure by now that if it was still around, there would be even more features and support for Live Photos. Speaking of which, I'm working on an app collection that will list the apps that actually do support the viewing of "Live Photos" (aside from the million or so ad infested POS wallpaper apps that would be expected to have this anyway, LOL). I mean it's bad enough that most photo and file management apps in 2016 still DON'T freakin support Gif images. But yeah, I don't know if the app dev would come back to iOS. In the past he did answer an email so maybe he'll respond if I (or some of us) contacted him (at least he would likely tell us why his apps are no longer in the App store).
Anyway, sorry to ramble on there, LOL. I really wish I could give you a copy of the app ☺️
But this app HashPhotos is pretty awesome though, and I really don't mean to take anything away from it!
(14.04.16 - 09:52)
I've enjoyed your comment, thanks, nothing to be sorry about. And thank you one more time - for this one, if i knew it would be possible, i think for once i would be so bold and even ask you for a copy.
I did the little research a few days ago, but i didn't had time to comment. I think i remember he has still something in the store, but not sure if with another developer name. As i see it HashPhotos is the App with the widest range of functionalities which can be useful in that category by now - but only because the App you've mentioned is gone from it. So no, you didn't took anything away - i'm always happy finding an alternative or even a better one.
Allgemein (19.01.16 - 14:08)
여행 중 다른 사람들이 찍어서 보내 준 사진에 내가 직접 장소도 넣고 좋네요
Allgemein (27.11.15 - 10:19)
HashPhotos (#Photos) is a well designed app that works in harmony with the iOS Photos app, adding many useful tools that help manage large numbers of photos easily and - importantly - without duplicating the storage space they occupy in the Camera Roll and associated albums.
The main display presents thumbnails optionally in small, medium or large size. As you scroll through them, icons appear momentarily and unobtrusively at top and bottom of the screen which if tapped take the viewer to the first or last screens of thumbnails in the currently-displayed album - very handy if albums contain large numbers of photos.
Swiping right from the left of the screen displays a selectable list of all albums in the iOS Photos app. An icon at the bottom of this panel enables creation of new albums directly in the Photos app which will appear immediately in their alphabetical spot in the panel - there’s no need to leave #Photos and go to the Photos app to do this. Likewise, it is possible to edit the names of any of the user-created Photos app albums directly in the #Photos panel.
Swiping left from the right of the screen displays a selectable list of years and months to make navigation through the album being displayed very easy.
There is a “Find Similar Photos” facility, which scans the entire album selected and presents a scrolling list of photos that may be duplicates. This is a very useful tool, particularly when used together with options to display image dimensions or file sizes beneath thumbnails. Matches can be compared full-screen if desired and unwanted duplicates deleted from the Photos app without leaving #Photos.
#Photos provides a comprehensive Tagging facility. Optionally, existing tags on Photos app photos can be imported and a seemingly unlimited number of new Tags created within #Photos, but Tags created or allocated within #Photos remain in the app and are not saved with images in the Photos app. There is a good binary search facility that operates within individual albums or the Camera Roll as a whole if that album is being displayed.
There are other valuable features that I have not described, making this app well worth purchasing. A 5-screenshot Guide is displayed on first using the app and is also able to be summoned during use but in the present absence of a more detailed guide a new user will need to spend a little time discovering the app’s many features. A detailed guide is said to be under preparation for release with a future update.
(27.11.15 - 12:57)
Great and helpful review, thank you!
Allgemein (26.11.15 - 23:51)
This app's "Show similar photos" option is a very useful facility.
Allgemein (16.06.15 - 00:22)
Heute Gratis !!!
Allgemein (15.04.15 - 04:54)
기능도다양하고 사용도 편리하다.
Allgemein (14.04.15 - 17:55)
Can show animated gifs,
Can delete photos,
Shows plenty of info about images..
Only minus for me, and it is not the app's fault, but it would be wonderful if it could directly delete the image without sending it to apple's bright idea recover bin..
Allgemein (13.04.15 - 23:53)
Вылетает на Ipad2
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Allgemein (13.04.15 - 22:17)
Now free! ✨
Allgemein (05.04.15 - 23:25)
Die erste App die ich gefunden habe die Fotos, direkt aus den Alben, löschen kann.
Von links nach rechts wischen um die Alben hervorzuholen, der Rest ist selbsterklärend.
Ich wusste es muss möglich sein - und sinnvollerweise in so einem Viewer integriert.
Der Entwickleralarm und die Internetrecherche haben sich gelohnt. Hätte ich die Beschreibung genauer gelesen, hätte ich mir zwar zweiteres und das durchforschen all meiner Sortierer und Viewer ersparen können, aber ich freue mich trotzdem. Für mich ist ein großes Manko behoben.
(06.04.15 - 04:40)
Danke für den Hinweis, das hatte ich noch nicht entdeckt.
(13.04.16 - 16:59)
Noch ein Tipp ... wähl mal mehrere Bilder aus und klick auf den "Action-Button" (unten Links). Da sind noch einige Optionen die nützlich sein könnten. Wie gut die mit der App geänderten Daten oder Orte von anderen Apps gelesen werden, kann ich allerdings nicht sagen - ich hab's nicht getestet.
(13.04.16 - 17:26)
Bin gerade überaus positiv überrascht - Da hat sich echt viel getan, seit ich die App zum letzten mal getestet habe. Das mit der Mehrfachauswahl habe ich eben auch entdeckt... Die App ist klasse, gut dass ich sie- Dank Deiner Mithilfe - wiederentdeckt habe.
(13.04.16 - 17:41)
Ja, die wird wirklich immer besser. Die ist bei mir seit einiger Zeit DAS Essential für die Organisation (zusammen mit Swipix - dort wollte ich dir, UncleSam und WhitePony noch wiedersprechen, bin aber nicht dazugekommen - aber ist ja auch immer Geschmacksache). Auf jeden Fall musste ich mich bei HashPhotos beherrschen, nicht jedesmal einen "ich liebe diese App"-Kommentar zu schreiben wenn ich sie gebraucht habe. Ich hoffe mal die macht noch 'ne weile so weiter!
(13.04.16 - 22:26)
So geht's mir mit der proshot Cam.. Muss mich da auch schwer beherrschen...
(14.04.16 - 00:18)
LOL! Dann nehme ich, mir mal etwas mehr Zeit für die. Danke!
(14.04.16 - 00:20)
Allgemein (02.04.15 - 06:15)
Neben PhotInfo die beste ihrer Art.
Allgemein (07.02.15 - 06:14)
Not free :/
Allgemein (07.02.15 - 00:10)
It's the best app to manage your photos. The sliding interface is exactly what it should be, simple and powerful, perfect, nothing to spare with iOS Photos mess. With a swipe to the right you can see a list of your albums and smart albums it recognize (like time lapse and screenshots).
You can actually delete photos (thanks ios8) and tag. You can also see exif data and geolocation.
Honestly we can ask more, if not a different mode of displaying pictures, but this is subjective.
Allgemein (05.02.15 - 23:19)
Unfortunately, just the same square thumbnails. Can't tell the portrait from the landscape images.
(06.02.15 - 23:12)
What do you advise instead?
I was thinking Photos+ by Silver Pine Software, although it's pricey.
Allgemein (05.02.15 - 19:24)
Same as Phoenix pro?
Allgemein (05.02.15 - 14:56)
Can you sort photos manually or by drag & drop?
It says Aviary editor. Not keen about that.
Allgemein (29.01.14 - 13:40)
How do you remove tags which are no longer required from the master tags list?
Allgemein (03.01.14 - 12:32)
(29.01.14 - 13:41)
How do you remove tags which are no longer required from the master tags list?
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