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Scotty integrates with Camera+ for wireless transfer of Lightbox photos

Mar 29, 2012 - Galarina today announces Scotty 4.1, an update to their wireless photo and video transfer app. Scotty is a universal iOS app that wirelessly transfers photos and videos between iOS devices or from iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to a Mac. Scotty now integrates with the immensely popular Camera+ iPhone app. Camera+ users can wirelessly transfer their Lightbox photos to another iOS device or to a Mac. For a limited time, Scotty is on sale.


GeoLogTag 4.0 geotags iPad and Google+ photos

Jan 24, 2012 - Galarina today announces GeoLogTag 4.0, a major update to their popular photo geotagging solution for iOS devices. While photos are taken with a digital camera, GeoLogTag continuously tracks the user's location just like a traditional GPS data logger. It offers an all-in-one geotagging solution for photos taken with any digital camera. Now available for iPad as a universal app, version 4.0 adds geotagging of iPad and Google+ photos. GPX track files can be imported and exported via Dropbox.


GeoLogTag is now the all-in-one geotagging app for Picasa Web Albums

Nov 22, 2011 - Galarina today announces GeoLogTag 3.4, an update to their popular photo geotagging solution for iOS. While photos are taken with a digital camera, GeoLogTag continuously tracks the user's location just like a traditional GPS data logger. It offers an all-in-one geotagging solution for photos taken with any digital camera. Version 3.4 now supports geotagging of Picasa Web Albums photos. Mac, Flickr and SmugMug geotagging was already available in earlier versions.


Galarina releases PhotoMeta 2.0 for iPad

Aug 24, 2011 - alarina today announces PhotoMeta 2.0, an update to the famous iPad photo metadata app. PhotoMeta efficiently handles and displays all kinds of photo metadata. Choose to either have basic metadata info displayed in a clear overview panel, or to see all metadata tags in a self-explanatory list. The revamped interface offers easy navigation with large photo previews. Other new features are exposure histograms, emailing and printing of metadata and support for Pentax makernotes.


Galarina launches PhotoMeta for iPad - photo metadata at your fingertips

Apr 07, 2011 - Galarina today introduces PhotoMeta 1.0, their a new iPad app that efficiently handles EXIF, GPS and TIFF photo metadata like you've never seen before on the iPad. PhotoMeta even extracts makernotes for the most popular camera brands, including Canon, Nikon, Olympus, and Sony. With the built-in web browser, metadata of internet photos is only a few taps away. Choose to either have basic metadata info displayed in a clear overview panel, or to see all metadata tags in a self-explanatory list.


WiiPhoto iPhone app now also streams iPhoto '11 content to a TV

Mar 24, 2011 - Galarina today announces WiiPhoto 1.1, an update to the iPhone app that turns a widescreen TV into a huge photo frame. WiiPhoto streams photos to a TV in a similar way as the new Apple TV but uses a Nintendo Wii console as the connected device instead. WiiPhoto 1.1 adds iPhoto '11 content to the list of supported photo sources, supporting any photo in the Photos app of your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, for Flickr, Facebook, iPhoto, photos in a Mac folder and SmugMug.


GeoLogTag is now the all-in-one geotagging app for SmugMug users

Dec 10, 2010 - Galarina today announced GeoLogTag 3.2, an update to their popular photo geotagging solution for iOS. While photos are taken with a digital camera, GeoLogTag continuously tracks the users location just like a traditional GPS data logger. It offers an all-in-one geotagging solution for photos taken with any digital camera. Version 3.2 now supports geotagging of SmugMug photos. Mac and Flickr geotagging was already available in earlier versions.


Video support added to PhotoToMac iPhone app

Sep 24, 2010 - Galarina today released PhotoToMac 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. PhotoToMac now transfers photos and videos over Wi-Fi to a Mac folder. Transfers can be done in the background on iOS 4. PhotoToMac requires no cables, no internet connection, no browser and no emails with attachments. The only requirement is that the iPhone or iPod touch is on the same Wi-Fi network as the Mac. PhotoToMac also works on an iPad, including support for JPEG photos imported via the iPad Camera Connection Kit.


WiiPhoto iPhone app turns a TV into a Huge Digital Photo Frame

Aug 06, 2010 - Galarina today announces WiiPhoto 1.0, a new iPhone app that turns your widescreen TV into a digital photo frame. Developed specifically to take advantage of the iPhone's unique capabilities and touch interface, WiiPhoto wirelessly transfers photos from a variety of sources to the TV by using a Wii console that's connected to the TV. Possible photo sources are the photos on the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad itself, Flickr, Facebook, SmugMug, iPhoto or a Mac.