SnipTag: Crop, Caption Photos

SnipTag: Crop, Caption Photos for PC and Mac

Published by App Initio Limited on 2023-01-01

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.12
  • Category: Photography
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 4.20
  • File size: 12.15 MB

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SnipTag Overview

What is SnipTag? SnipTag is a photo tool app that offers two powerful features to help users organize their photos. The first feature, SNIP, allows users to batch-crop dozens of scanned photos with one click, making it a blessing for those scanning hundreds or thousands of printed photos. The second feature, TAG, enables users to add captions and metadata to their digital photos, making them easier to find and search. SnipTag's powerful metadata editor supports more than 25 IPTC and EXIF metadata tags, and its Photo Finder can quickly retrieve the photos users need. The app offers a free version with limited exports, flexible subscriptions, and a one-time purchase option to unlock all features permanently. SnipTag assures users of complete privacy as all processing is done locally on their Mac, and nothing is ever uploaded to any server.


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SnipTag: Crop, Caption Photos Features and Description

1. 2) FLEXIBLE SUBSCRIPTIONS: A weekly, quarterly or yearly subscription enables batch imports and exports, unlimited cropping and metadata editing, access to all features and updates, and personalized support.

2. It's brought to you by the people who created Pic Scanner - world's first mobile app for auto-cropping multiple scanned photos - and its acclaimed successor, Pic Scanner Gold.

3. 1) FREE VERSION allows unlimited cropping and metadata editing, but limits exports to two photos a day.

4. Scan multiple photos per frame with any scanner, digital camera or smartphone.

5. Your account will be charged again when your subscription renews at the end of the current subscription period unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.

6. SnipTag's Metadata Viewer shows detailed EXIF and IPTC data for every photo.

7. Add captions as well as metadata in one step - making your photos much more fun to browse, and much easier to find/search.

8. SnipTag's powerful metadata editor supports more than 25 IPTC and EXIF metadata tags.

9. TAG is indispensable for photos you've taken with your digital camera as well as those you've scanned.

10. Make your digital library of thousands of photos easy to manage and search.

11. Manage subscriptions or turn off auto-renewal in Account Settings in iTunes any time after purchase.


  • - Able to scan, update and export 120 photos in about an hour, at the rate of 4 per scan.
  • - Crops scans more precisely than Photoshop.
  • - Well worth the price and works as advertised.

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


SnipTag: Crop, Caption Photos - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By bunkerdudes

    Great utility to auto crop multiple photos and edit metadata

    It crops multiple photos in image files and straightens them, quite well! For the “Snip" feature to work, you do need about 1 cm or so separation between the photos (found that in the User Guide). It does not auto-rotate the photos, but you can multi-select and rotate them with one click. The “Tag” feature allows you to edit metadata (aka EXIF) for individual photos or in bulk - a huge time saver. Planning to scan old photos, 2 or 4 pics at a time on my flatbed scanner, and use this tool to reduce the drudgery of manual editing.

  • By GeneaGenie

    Fabulous for metadata

    It works great. I have tried some other similar apps, but always found them to be lacking in one way or another. This one is a winner. I have over 20K photos, and the batch-editing and dictation functions in this app have been quite helpful in my initial testing. Navigation could be improved in some places, but overall it’s intuitive enough to use. The included user guide is a good place to begin. Automatic cropping of scans looks useful but I haven’t given it a try so far.

  • By Kltpzyxm

    Just in time — and amazed!

    This app couldn't have come at a better time. I have been struggling with managing my collection of over 17,000 photographs spanning 25 years. SnipTag is functional and (mostly) easy to use. I had no idea that much detail got captured in photos (though the fields can be a little confusing. Hover tips, please!) Other wish-list items — — Handles while cropping. — Auto-save would be nice. SnipTag is in its early days. I expect great improvements in ease of use and features as comments and reviews come in.

  • By CeeCa

    Excellent for beginners!

    This app gives you everything you need to put in the essentials of metadata into your photos, and it couldn't be easier for beginners. Highly recommend!

  • By 4th of 4

    When it worked, it was decent enough! But now it crashes

    I tried this on a subsample of my images. Maybe a dozen. And it worked. Not perfectly, it couldn't nail the cropping dead on. But it was close enough that clean up work would be tolerable for the few hundred images I had to parse now (and possibly a lot more later). I paid for the full version, I like to support developers creating unique niche apps. Plus the cost is neglible considering how long it will take me to do this manually! But like magic, it almost quit working then. I need to run any Canon RAW images through a converter to make them TIF first. But they are larger files. And the app hangs before it even gets to 20. So I tried the Jpeg verision, and it still crashes. I am very disappointed. If you are looking at this app it is close to what you need. But I can't say for sure it will deliver.

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