Exif utility makes it easy to catalog your image assets using exif (meta) data like Title, Description, Keywords and Author. It also has a built in thesaurus and auto-complete tool making it easy to find dozens of keywords for your images in seconds. Here is an example of a JPG we applied exif data to.
Once you write meta data to your image with Exif Utility that data will pre-populate fields when uploading to WordPress, Flickr, iStock, and countless other online image libraries. Here is an example of an Exif Utility image in the WordPress media library. You can see the title and description fields are pre-filled with your meta data set with Exif Utility.
Good keyword lists are essential to good SEO and image cataloging, but they can be difficult to come up with. Use our built in thesaurus and auto complete research tools to find more keywords for your image than you could ever find on your own.
Here is an example site using Exif Utility to catalog images. Most of this traffic is from Google Image Search.
Exif Utility pays for itself FAST. Whether it’s through increasing your search rankings or saving you valuable time, you need Exif Utility. We simply can’t guarantee this price forever so act now!
How will I receive my product?
Instantly via digital download. Once you have made your purchase you will receive an email with details on how to download your product and your receipt/license key. You will also be given instant access to the download page along with your receipt/license key.
What if I need help?
Our support desk is ready to help you get the most out of Exif Utility. Once your purchase is made you may contact us for help installing or using the app on Mac OS X or Windows.
Is the purchase price refundable?
Yes you have 30 days to try Exif Utility and decide for yourself whether or not it’s the best searchable meta data injector for you.
What is exif data exactly?
EXIF is short for Exchangeable Image File. Almost all new digital cameras and smart phones use the EXIF annotation to store information on the image such as shutter speed, exposure compensation, F stop, what metering was used, if a flash was used, ISO number, date and time the image was taken, whitebalance, auxiliary lenses that were used and resolution. Title, Description and Keyword fields have been part of the EXIF standard from the start.