When you take a picture on your iPhone it will have your location data which stored in the image as meta data, assuming that you are using the standard settings. This can be read by anyone that has the image.
This is great for organising your pictures, but sometimes you’ll want to remove this information for privacy purposes. Maybe you’re posting a picture online publicly or you’re simply sharing it without wanting people to know where it was taken.
One option is to change your phone setting so that location is not stored. However, this won’t work if you’ve already taken the picture and location is actually really useful for your personal pictures.
The alternative is to use an app. We use an app called Geo Destroyer which is fantastically simple to use. It cost a small fee, but this is tiny and well worth it. You can find it in the App Store here:
First take your picture as usual, then fire up the Geo Destroyer app:
Hit choose and select your image from you camera roll:
Hit share and select Without Location (this will keep other meta data such as time of day etc.. You can remove this too if you like by selecting the Without Data option):
Then share by your chosen mechanism. You can save it, or could even just email it to yourself. We select full size image to keep the maximum image quality.
Here’s the link to the Geo Destroyer app on the AppStore again invade you missed it.