Add the time to your photos with Photo TimeStamp

By | February 11, 2015

Sure, the Camera app over on iOS devices is great, however it lacks the wide array of features that people from all around the world are looking for, as an effort to get the optimum camera experience that just about anyone would enjoy. Well, in the case that you have ever wanted a timestamp on all pictures you take from your iOS device, without needing to go ahead and add one by yourself in an image editing app, then Photo Timestamp is probably the right choice for you.

However, before anything else, it is worth keeping in mind that these timestamps are not actually permanent and they only appear in the case that you are browsing the Photos app, which can be quite a useful feature to have. For example, if you find that you often forget when a certain photo was taken or would like to be able to keep track of them easier, then Photo Timestamp is definitely the Cydia tweak for you.Photo-Timestamp-1024x1024

When it comes down to the ease of use of this app, once it has been downloaded and enabled, the tweak begins to work by itself. Whenever you take a photo, a timestamp appears right on it when you are browsing the Photos app. Additionally, the Cydia app also comes with a couple of settings in a preference panel. With this in mind, users can go ahead and move the timestamp to whichever location they prefer by dragging it over the desired photo.

Based on everything that has been outlined so far about this simple yet powerful Cydia app, getting a timestamp over on your photo and being able to customize it, move its position or change its colour is now a viable option for iOS device owners from all around the world.

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What do you personally think about Photo Timestamp? Have you ever tried this Cydia tweak out? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Author: Daniel Dobb

A tech fan who enjoys swimming, reading and playing guitar. When I’m not writing, you can find me messing around with different electronics, or taking one of my hobbies to the next level.