NoIMGData interface (left) and a processed image (right) shown in ExifWizard. Note the lack of map or location information.


EXIF data is awesome. Embedded in the image file is all sorts of information about how the image was shot, the shutter speed and aperture. Some iPhone apps even embed the filter recipes in the EXIF data. Also embedded in EXIF data are geotags — precise coordinates of the location of where the image was shot.

Sometimes, you’ll want to strip that information out, like when you’re posting items for sale on CraigsList or any other time you are concerned about other people finding your location from your photos. NoIMGdata by DevStorm is an excellent, fairly new app that quickly and easily strips out all EXIF data from an image or just the geotags. It then saves a clean copy to your camera roll, leaving your original image intact. The iPhone version is FREE today, June 19th, 2012 only — a savings of $1.99! Grab now! App Store links are after the jump. >>>

NoIMGdata is super easy to use and it works well. It supports the full 8MP resolution of the iPhone 4S. There’s also a Mac desktop version available for $1.99 ( NoIMGdata - DevStorm ). It’s currently not discounted, but it’s also very fast, extremely easy to use and pretty slick as well.

Even at it’s regular price, the ability to choose between deleting all EXIF data or just the location info makes this great little utility a highly recommended one. For free, this is an essential download.

NoIMGData is a Universal app, meaning it’ll run great on both iPhone and iPad. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad.Requires iOS 4.2 or later.

NoIMGdata - DevStorm



Big thanks to Jackson Mah for the heads up on this one. =M=