When I first released GPStamper in 2007 (the year the iPhone was introduced) it was simply a tool to put location and date onto photos. The stamp wasn’t particularly attractive, or meant to be, as I perceived the stamp to be strictly utilitarian.
More than ten years later, GPStamper has many options to customize the appearance of the stamp, and the user can include a variety of metadata, including automatically generated reverse geocodes (location names).
Today a number of international government agencies and private organizations use GPStamper to document “where and when” directly onto their photos, as there is no better way for archiving this vital information. Nowadays anyone with an iPhone can take full advantage of GPStamper’s many capabilities, typically with only a few mouse clicks.