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Before uploading a JPG picture to a public website, I want to remove any metadata that could help identify me. The only things I want left are:

  • Latitude/Longitude where the picture was taken
  • Date/Time when the picture was taken
  • Image orientation
  • The image itself, of course

All of the rest should be deleted. In particular:

  • Camera serial number
  • Camera manufacturer/model/resolution/software/serial number
  • Camera settings such flash/ISO/shutter/focal/quality
  • File name should be randomized

Further requirements:

  • The original file should not be overwritten.
  • Ideally I should be able to immediately "share" the picture to another app.
  • Open source.

What I tried:

  • ObscuraCam: Unfortunately deletes the GPS latitude/longitude.
  • Not sure if any of those fits (I don't do photo editing on Android myself), but it might be worth checking with my little list of Android Exif editors ;) – Izzy Mar 1 '16 at 7:49
  • @Izzy: The nearest in your list would be EZ UnEXIF Free, which unfortunately removes latitude/longitude and is not open source. – Nicolas Raoul Mar 1 '16 at 8:23
  • I was afraid of something like that. Nothing to do about open-sourcing it; for the other part, maybe the dev is willing to add a feature. Apart from that, I'm out of ideas. – Izzy Mar 1 '16 at 8:25
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SendReduced is an open-source, or paid for the pro version, Android app that allows you to:

  • Original file is not overwritten.
  • Set the maximum resolution that you wish to send photos to another destination
  • Select Multiple Images to "Send"
  • Reduced Files can be given a name can be a simple sequential number, random number, etc.
  • You can select which application you would like to "Send" the files with and optionally make this selection sticky.
  • Strip All free version or Selected Pro Version EXIF information
  • In the pro version, currently £0.80 here, you have the option of including or excluding:
    • GPS Location
    • Settings
    • Make/Model
    • Timestamp

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