Tag your photos with the location where you made them. 

Your digital photo collection is probably growing pretty fast. Remembering where you made all those photos can become a real chore. GeoTagr tags your photos with the location where your made them.

Tagging photos with a location (a.k.a. geotagging) is basically a two step process:

1. You record your location while you make photos with your digital camera

2. You tag the photos with a location

For both steps, GeoTagr offers you a number of options.
GeoTagr records your location on your iPhone or iPad, but you can also use a dedicated GPS data logger. 
Geotag your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Dropbox, Flickr, Google+ or SmugMug photos directly with GeoTagr. No extra software is required. If your photos are stored somewhere else, use GPX files exported by GeoTagr.

Additional features:

  • Both JPEG and RAW photos are supported
  • Integration with Dropbox for GPX import and export
  • GPX import and export via iTunes Sharing
  • Seamless communication between the iPhone and iPad app, allowing you to record locations with your iPhone to geotag photos on your iPad (via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi)
  • Geotags iPad photos imported with the Camera Connection Kit
  • Easily manage your recorded tracks
  • Background recording 
  • Today extension for quick access
  • A comprehensive in-app help section


In short, GeoTagr is a versatile, all-in-one geotagging solution for a ridiculously low price. 

More info is available in the How To & FAQ section

GeoTagr is recommended by

Cult of Mac

The Next Web

Charlie Sorrel



Gabriel Ponzanelli

Jeffrey Friedl


Note: GeoTagr was initially named GeoLogTag.