Image and Video Date Fixer 1.85.0 Apk for Android
The description of Image and Video Date Fixer
Fix the order of your images in your gallery! It also works for the instagramor facebook gallery.
Ever copied images from one phone to another, downloaded them from a cloud backup or moved them from an external storage to your phone and ended up with a messed up gallery?
This happens because the file modification dates of your images have now all the same date:
The date the images were moved or downloaded to your device.
Because the file modification date is used to sort the media, the images now appear in random order.
Here comes Image and Video Date Fixer to the rescue.
It can read the capture date of images and videos from its metadata and restore the file modification date to its orignal value.
In case your images do not contain EXIF Metadata, but contain the date in the filename, Image & Video Date Fixer can parse the filename to extract the date, save it as EXIF date attribute and corrects the file modified date in one go.
This for example is useful for e.g. restored WhatsApp images.
Additonally Image & Video Date Fixer offers changing dates for multiple images at once.
You can either set dates one by one, select one single date to be applied, apply a time difference or even increment the date after each file by a selected value.
The free version allows you to fix 50 files per run.
If you want to fix more files per run you can buy the premium version with an in app purchase.
All Files Access: The app requires all files access to be able to use the File API to modify the file modified date and to be able to change the video metadata of files. Also due a bug on Android 11 reported here: https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/207695800#comment10
setting the last mofified date does not work on Android 11 using the Media Store APIs.
• Tolerance is now also applied on top of the DST
• New App Icon
• Some UI optimizations and bug fixes
• Fixed tolerance setting being off by one second
• You can apply a timezone offset now when parsing dates from filenames. This is useful because some cameras use UTC +0 for the filenames, b
ut you actually want the local time to be applied.