The following list of iPad photo organizer apps has been scribbled down after we decided to comb through the Apple App Store and pick out the ones that seem apt for the task. Creating folders and albums for pictures, organizing them and sharing these albums are just some of the features these tools offer. Read through the list to find out what else they are capable of.
1 – Photo Manager Pro:
Photo Manager Pro comes across as a good option to organize pictures and videos as well as the folders in which they are saved. You can create, delete or re-order folders and images using the drag and drop option. Besides customizing the background color, it also allows you to assign a shade to each of your files.
And you can easily create sub folders for your photos and sort them by dates, names, types and more. Additionally, it lets you launch a search, view images as a presentation or a slideshow and assign passcodes to individual albums or the entire app too.
2 – Pics:
The second contender in our array of photo organizer apps is Pics that claims to give you a revolutionary management system for your videos and photos. Besides allowing you to transfer images to the computer system over Wi-Fi, it lets you view details, create and manage albums and protect them with passwords. The application’s 4 different desktops can be used to sort folders and instead of locking individual photos, you can simply assign a passcode to each of these desktops. Additionally, it displays all your pictures in full resolution without compression or quality loss.
3 – Photo Sort:
Photo Sort seems apt for organizing images on the move, which can then easily be backed up onto a computer. Similar to other photo organizing applications, it also facilitates creating subfolders and saving pictures in their original resolutions.
The software boasts of a long list of supported file formats and enables you to cut, copy, paste, rename and delete photos and folders. Uploading them to a camera roll and sharing via Facebook and email from the app itself, should not be a problem either.
4 – Sort Shots:
This application can serve as an apt replacement for the native photo app on your iPad as it is said to be an easy way of retrieving images for the purpose of sharing them. It can import full resolution pictures from a host of software including Apple iPhoto, Apple Aperture, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Photo Gallery and more.
You can rate your photos, categorize them, tag as favorites or add places so that it becomes easy for you to launch a search using keywords and sort them out. The tool facilitates uploading photos and videos to social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter, Picasa and Flickr amongst others.
5 – Photosmith:
The efficient sorting, organizing and sharing capabilities of this app, compelled us to add it to our queue of photo organizer apps. Compatible with Adobe Lightroom, this software can be used to rate pictures, apply color labels and sort them into folders using its Smart Groups feature. You can assign keywords or IPTC metadata as well as share highlights and rough selections through Facebook, Flickr or via email.
6 – Photo Shack:
If you are looking for an application that lets you manage your pictures your way, then your search may just end with Photo Shack. Pictures can be imported from the iPad photo library onto your customized albums in this app, to easily sort and organize them with the help of albums which can further be modified. You can rotate, zoom or pan photos without affecting the original picture and read details from its metadata. It also allows you to delete images from your albums and copy paste to other folders.
7 – Photos Pro:
Taking our photo organizer apps roster further is Photos Pro, a professional-grade photo management application that lets you efficiently manipulate images on the slate in question. It serves as a manager without duplicating any of the pictures and lets you save them in folders and albums, which can be organized, renamed or modified. Moreover, you can view and edit the GPS co-ordinates or IPTC metadata of photos. The drag and drop option facilitates moving images to different folders and a search feature makes it easier for you to find a particular picture.
8 – Photo Org:
This is the application to download if you wish to create photo albums and video diaries, which can also be secured using passwords. And the app lets you share these diaries with friends through social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Flickr, MySpace and more. Besides serving as an organizer for your pictures, this application also acts as an editor and lets you assign effects to enhance your photos. You can copy videos from anywhere and paste them in this application.
So that was our list of the iPad photo organizer apps that you should consider before settling on one to take care of your pictures. Which one of these do you think is the best photo manager? Do let us know about your preferences through the comment box below.