If you need to make a poster, chart or infographic, Piktochart can be a useful resource. Piktochart allows users to select from dozens of templates to create their own visual product. Similar to the Steller App, Piktochart is fast and practical. This YouTube video will show you the power of Piktochart.
This TechTechnicalities video will show you how to find where a photo was taken, if it was Photoshopped and how to disable the photo location data on iOS devices.
Many people fail to realize that this information can be stored on files as metadata. Basic metadata information can be accessed on desktops through Finder on Apple computers, but more detailed information can be found online.
Put this to the test by finding where your friends’ pictures were taken on Google Maps. How do they react to that? Do you think this feature is creepy or cool?