FotoTagger

FotoTagger 2.9

Annnotate your pictures; publish to blog

FotoTagger is a powerful, free Windows program, that is part of the category Design & photography software with subcategory Presentation. View full description

FotoTagger is a powerful, free Windows program, that is part of the category Design & photography software with subcategory Presentation.

More about FotoTagger

FotoTagger is a light software that will require less storage than many software in the section Design & photography software.Since we added this program to our catalog in 2006, it has already reached 4,182 downloads, and last week it achieved 0 downloads.The software version is 2.9 and was updated on 3/10/2008. This software is available for users with the operating system Windows 2000 and previous versions, and you can get it in English.

Changes

  • FotoTagger 2.9 has even more powerful search feature letting you find tags which contain the phrase you are looking for. Search is available both in Organize mode and in Edit mode now. Search in Edit mode marks tag(s) containing desired text, helping see all occurrences.
  • Also, in this version we added Comments editing in Edit mode and a feature to Export regions into HTML as separate images (improvement suggested by our users), which is rather handy if you'd like to show valuable pieces of the picture separately from each other.

FotoTagger is an image annotation tool that enables adding easy-to-hide movable comments to a picture. Publish annotated images directly to your blogs.

Find an image with your comment instantly. Caption and comments are embedded into your file, without changing the image; moving and sharing files keeps annotations intact; uninstalling FotoTagger will not change your pictures.

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FotoTagger 2.9

— User reviews — about FotoTagger

  • maxjonz

    by maxjonz

    "OK but ..........."

    Its a good piece of software but ....... All tags have to be exactly the same font type size etc As I move a tag I qu... More.

    reviewed on January 3, 2012