EXIF Viewer Pro
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EXIF Viewer Pro

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Overview

Quick access to EXIF data of any image you view

Quick access to EXIF data of any image you view in Google Chrome How to use it? - Right click on any images/pictures - Select “Show Exif data” - Then show the image/exif information in a separate panel right side of the browser. TOP Features: - Absolutely FREE - Just one right-click to get various information - Preview image details - More than 300+ cameras supporting - Histogram or RGB color refactors - Auto-copy the exif information to clipboard - Notifications to sharing critical updates - Other features coming soon… - 99% of the websites are unaffected. Help us fix if anything - No sign-up or login required What to test? Try on these pictures: http://regex.info/blog/photostream/main.html#random http://bit.ly/2cOcvNN, http://bit.ly/2cOdD3E, http://bit.ly/2cOdqNT, https://www.deviantart.com/ PERMISSIONS:- This app may needs read permissions in order to provide some advanced functionalities. * No adware. No spyware. No walmare. Support Link: http://tiny.cc/extsupport Privacy Link: http://exifviewers.com/privacy.htm ========== Current Issues ========== 1. Breaking some web sites? - Any site which imports some(require-js) javascript may get impacted - Solution: On Oct 17th 2016, we have put fix for it and hoping it will resolve everything 2. PDF Not Opening - Any URL ending with .pdf is fixed - Steamed PDF files like from Drive is unaffected - Other forms of PDFs are verified from here - http://bit.ly/2d8lStp - If any issues, please share details/links at http://tiny.cc/extsupport 3. CSS Breaking Some Sites - We have fixed it on 21st Sep 2016, hope it should not break any new CSS Other Issues? Please report them at http://tiny.cc/extsupport =============== FAQs ============== 1. Why some sites are breaking? - As this extensions needs some(jQuery) libraries to work and may conflict with website’s imports mutually 2. Does this inject/css? - YES, because it is an integrated extension that needs to process content right from browser DOM - It injects only scripts/css that it needs to deliver the EXIF Data functionalities ============ Change Log ============ 2.4.3 - Fixed the height of Exif attributes section - Copy to Clipboard option is working again - Bug fixes and UI enhancements 2.4.1 - Most PDFs formats are now supported without breaking - Sticky/Overlay loading image issue is fixed - Site breaking issue(very few) is now finally fixed 2.4.0 - Fixed the issue of CSS rules breaking some sites - Increased space for content 2.3.8/9 - UI enhancements 2.3.7 - Fixed the require-jquery.js issue that used to break couple of websites 2.3.6 - PDFs issue is unreproducible, please verify here - http://bit.ly/2d8lStp, and report any issues at http://tiny.cc/extsupport 2.3.5 - Fixed the missing camera picture details 2.3.4 - Improved look and feel - Notification support - Fixed the PDF opening issue (Ref - http://prntscr.com/cj3h7i) 2.2 - Updated camera models - Added new exif attributes 2.1 - UI updates - Additional validations 2.0 - Histogram support - Bug fixes - Copy to clipboard options 1.5.* - Additional camera support 1.* - Basic exif information display Need quick help? Reach us at - http://tiny.cc/extsupport

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Sean SMay 4, 2024

Found out this was injecting GA on EVERY PAGE, with no way to disable, after trying to figure out why my own web app was trying to load a GA tracking gif despite me definitely not putting it there. Was disappointed to find out the source - this extension is supposed to be for examining images, it has no business injecting tracking code into every page I visit by default. If you want to add it to the page when I interact with the extension, that's one thing, but injecting it on every page indi... Show more

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Radio SilenceDec 14, 2023

Careful! this extension is poorly implemented. Can take about 20% of your CPU. Also, lame GA tracking implementation: tracks way more than needed.

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Aruna JDeveloperDec 15, 2023

Sorry, about your GA concerns! But, we are absolutely not touching any personal data, instead extensions's related events only in order to monitor its functionality, like which feature is working or not. It's a very complicated software and yet working decently since 2010, with limited resources. FYI, most (90%, 40M websites/apps/extensions) professionally crafted softwares or apps definitely includes GA to track its only events, else its impossible to understand what is going on with them. When most of our daily websites/apps (gmail, youtube, facebook, twitter, insta, whatsapp, etc.) are tracking both app events and user's data, behavior since decades, but I don't understand your specific concerns just on this extension, that too it's own basic events, please explain and help us understand. I hope you understand these aspects and support us further. If any issues, please report us so we can fix it, but DO NOT give bad ratings without understanding all aspects and before even getting the response! I hope you update the better ratings and reviews as it deserves a better one. It may take extra CPU cycles because this extension needs to process photos in order to get you the EXIF data. Powerful apps or extensions does demand extra CPU power. I am not sure why it is not issues to you when this is not a concern to 100,000+ users since 2010. Lastly, in the next update of this extension, we will give a configurable option to enable/disable GA tracking, and hope it resolves your concerns. Thanks once again!

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David GesselAug 8, 2023

It injects google analytics code that includes the full URL of the page visited. What the motivation of the developer is to track every user's every page visited is, whether nefarious or curiosity or just data aggregation is pure speculation, but the call: https://ssl.google-analytics.com/__utm.gif?utmwv=5.7.2&utms=21&utmn=1846634066&utmhn=gessel.blackrosetech.com&utmt=event&utme=5(Bk101ExifAndrey243*NotifUI*msgForNotifsURLs%20is%20EMPTY)&utmcs=UTF-8&utmsr=1548x1313&utmvp=1530x1309&utmsc=24... Show more

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Aruna JDeveloperDec 15, 2023

As explained above, we have absolutely no interest in reading or tracking any user's data, but only extensions's event to monitor its health and features. In the complex world of unreliable internet connections, frequent browser updates, and other complications, it is necessary to track and check what is happening inside the extension to better serve the users. Regarding that GA tracking URL, as it is very clear, it is just tracking whether a notification was sent or not! This notification feature is used to report any backend issues and update users about new features or uncertain events. This is no different than 100s or 1000s of daily notification alerts we received both on our mobile apps and on websites, and please explain me why you think it is bad and how it is hurting your's or extensions's experience? As per same privacy page, we may add or remove necessary events to track around this extension, there are literally 100s of features inside this extension and we are responsible to monitor, check and ensure everything is working as expected. If not via GA, how else we can do this? Please explain! It has been working decently since 2010 for 150,000 users globally and no major concerns to 99% users. I still respect your opinion, and you have an option to not use this extension or find alternatives if this is your primary concerns. I hope you update the better ratings and reviews as it deserves a better one. Lastly, in the next update of this extension, we will give a configurable option to enable/disable GA tracking, and hope it resolves your concerns.

Details

  • Version
    2.4.3
  • Updated
    July 2, 2020
  • Size
    442KiB
  • Languages
    6 languages
  • Developer
    620 Park View Dr Santa Clara, CA 95054 United States
    Website
    Email
    bkarunaj@gmail.com
  • Non-trader
    This developer has not identified itself as a trader. For consumers in the European Union, please note that consumer rights do not apply to contracts between you and this developer.

Privacy

The developer has not provided any information about the collection or usage of your data. To learn more, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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