Android 5.0 (API 21) and above.
Unlike my past applications, Graphie came out as a paid application, but for $1.99 and, as always, completely without ads.
When you purchase Graphie, in Google Play, it will be assigned to your Google account. If you use the same Google account on a new or factory reset device, you will have access to all previous purchases.
If less than a week has passed after the purchase, then contact Google Play for help and they will automatically refund your money. If it’s more than that, email me at email@example.com and send me your purchase ID that starts with GPA and I’ll try to help you.
At the moment, Graphie can read metadata tags (EXIF) from images with the following formats: JPEG, PNG, WEBP, HEIF, DNG, CR2, NEF, NRW, ARW, RW2, ORF, PEF, SRW, RAF and AVIF.
At the moment, Graphie can write metadata tags (EXIF) to images with the following formats: JPG, PNG, and WEBP (DNG is currently disabled).
At current stage Graphie supports this set of EXIF tags:
More tags are being added in future updates.
Starting from Android 11, Google restricted access to the device’s storage and presented new APIs for image locating, which is currently not supporting searching for images on removable storage (SD cards, external HDD, etc.). However, starting with the 2.0 update there is a new tool available inside Graphie - “Picker”. It allows you to edit metadata tags for the images from any storage selected by the user using the device’s files picker.
Graphie relies on the native implementation of the EXIF editor of Android, which currently doesn’t support using Cyrillic symbols. Once the Android team will update its library, then Graphie will receive this support too.