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Exif Viewer

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A simple tool to read the Exif data from your JPG images!

Image from store Exif Viewer
Description from store This utility lets you open a JPG image from your computer, or from a URL, to view its Exif data. There's lots of interesting information held in image files for you to explore. Some images have GPS data so you can see exactly where it was taken. Nikon also records the camera's shutter count in the Exif data. Features: - view the Exif data of a JPG image on any a web page by right-click the image and selecting View Exif Info. - if the photo contains GPS data, you can view a Google map of the photo's location - keeps a history of your last 10 image URLs for faster selection. - provides links to other tools from LinangData from the More tools menu, including: Color Picker, Grammar, spelling and style checker; Dictionary; Calculator; Photo Editor; Sketch; Weather Forecast; World Clock; PDF Generator; the LinangData Youtube channel; and our sponsors - It's free!

Latest reviews

  • (2021-01-31) Inge Jones: I wanted to know exactly what field was showing what info, and it didn't bother showing the full EXIF fieldnames, so I could have been viewing any old metadata fields that happened to hold content.
  • (2021-01-07) Chris Orbz: Not a real extension. Just forwards the URL of an image (via a context menu item) to a web based tool. Doesn't pass any arguments in the URL properly either. This could be accomplished without installing anything using a bookmarklet. In fact, I'll write one right now - add a new 'EXIF' bookmark to your Bookmarks Bar and after you copy/paste the line below, you'll need to add javacript: to the beginning because Chrome will parse it out for security reasons. (There's no issue though, you can probably see what the javascript does even if you don't know how to code.) Then open any JPEG image in its own tab and click the EXIF bookmark. Exact same results, except it'll work 100% of the time. javascript:location.href='https://linangdata.com/exif-reader/?url='+window.location
  • (2020-01-19) Bukhori Sulistyanto: ok
  • (2019-09-04) Jordan Train: Exactly what I was looking for.
  • (2019-08-29) Howard Pyett: It's ok, but missing a lot of information - especially the shutter count.
  • (2019-07-26) Charles Haacker: As Lance Sloan says, It doesn't show the EXIF data of online images. It works with images stored on your computer only. Which is fine for me. I have the EXIF viewer that shows the data for online photos, but I've never been able to figure out how to make that one work with images on my computer. Now I have both so I can use one when I need the data from an online image, and the other when I need it for my own stuff. We all forget sometimes, so it's nice to be able to get the info when needed in seconds.
  • (2018-08-26) Mr. Lance E Sloan: It doesn't show the EXIF data of online images. It works with images stored on the local computer ONLY.

Latest issues

  • (2020-09-02, v:1.0.13) Ariel Gold: Drag & Drop
    Hi, I believe it would be useful to have a drag and drop featurefor your exif data reader so you can drop the jpeg file directly into the reader to get the data. I have gotten that capability on a few other exif readers that I use for work (like metapicz.com) and it is very convenient.


18,036 history
3.3 (14 votes)
Last update / version
2021-06-10 / 1.0.16
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