Here you can check if a photo has GPS information attached. You can then see the GPS coordinate where the photo was taken on a map.
- Useful to: Verify that your photos you post on blogs and social media does not include GPS information. Verify if your phone or camera adds GPS tagging to your photos.
- The GPS information is stored in the Exif data of your photo file.
- Increase your privacy and well being.
- Avoid identity theft and other criminal activity.
- By using this site you agree to not find try to get information on other people. Our motto is don't be evil or a menace.
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To get Map of Photo Location:
Photo from the web:
Or upload a photo from your computer or phone:
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What feedback we have had from our users over the years:
I surf the web and when I see rich people show off their stuff I can quickly research where their vacation homes are. Figure out places I can stake out. You have helped me make a lot of money. Thank you so much.
Donny from the Bronx. Self Employed.
When I see some young lady posting blogs with pictures of herself. I can quickly find out where she lives so I can pretend we just bumped into each other and ask her to go out with me.
Dietrich Schulz, Germany
State of affairs:
Facebook / Instagram and Twitter actively removes GPS Exif info. So those images will not be possible to show any maps for. Newer tablets and phones have a better chance of producing photos with GPS info than older phones, compact cameras and dslr cameras. Photos from websites with "Save As" download options has a higher chance of keeping GPS Exif data than the often optimized image that is shown directly on a webpage.