1. RiverSong2014's Avatar
    I use photos in my business. My camera died and I heard the Droid Turbo had a great camera so I killed two birds with one stone. I purchased a new phone and got a great camera at the same time. Now the problem. I must have date taken on my photos. I don't print photos, I send them to other people. How can I get date taken on my photos?
    03-16-2015 09:27 PM
  2. lovecars's Avatar
    Date and time are added to the photo internally, you can see them by opening them on Gallery and then look at properties. If you want the TIMESTAMP on the photo, you are out of luck with the stock apps, search Google Play for a time stamp add on. Just search for it there. I personally think that it's pretty boneheaded for camera apps not to have a timestamp option.
    03-16-2015 10:32 PM
  3. Rukbat's Avatar
    APD TimeStamp will take the internal date and time and "stamp" them on the picture, then save another copy with the stamp. (It doesn't change the original.) Even a few years later, it will put the date and time the picture was actually taken on the copy. Handy if you need it, and free.
    VZWsucks likes this.
    03-17-2015 11:53 PM

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