QromaTag for iOS

Use QromaTag to import untagged images to your iPhone, then create industry standard photo metadata tags using voice recognition & our award winning Natural Language Tagging Engine.

Tag your photos with your iPhone & your Voice.

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Typing is for Spreadsheets

One of the reasons people hate tagging their photos is that there is entirely too much typing going on. Most metadata editors force you to fill in field after field of data to get the right tags in your photos, but typing, typos, and tired digits make things decidedly not fun.

QromaTag takes a new approach to tagging photos. Rather than pecking out the whole story with your poor thumbs, QromaTag uses state of the art voice recognition to capture your description of what's going on in the photos, then automatically tag the right metadata fields for you.

It's faster and easier than the old way, and you will be surprised at how much time you will save.

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Talk to Me

Voice recognition makes creating metadata as easy as talking

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Tag Naturally

Forget the techy jargon and create metadata tags instantly.

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We Relate

Tag people using their relationship to you.

Your Photos & Stories

Together Forever

Tags are the perfect way to make all your photos searchable, but it's a slow and tedius task.

QromaTag introduces a new way to tag photos called Natural Language Tagging, and instead of worrying about what to tag and how to tag it, you just describe your own photos your own way.QromaTag detects important details from the description, including dates, locations and even the full names of the people in the photos and automatically generates the key metadata tags.

With the metadata now embedded inside the file, you can find any photo with just a few keystrokes, or pass along a great backstory for future generations. Wherever the photo goes, the story goes with it.

(Click on the image to the right to see an example of QromaTag's tagging capabilities. The user said "This is my mom and sister at the Eiffel Tower in the spring of 1974." QromaTag automatically created metadata tags for date, place and people.)

Natural Language Tagging

It's Mom & Dad

To You

Natural Language Tagging is an amazingly simple way to create many pieces of metadata from a description, but how natural would it be if you had to say the full names of your mom,dad and other relatives in order to tag them? Not very natural at all.

QromaTag v2 has a new Relationship Manager that makes it dead simple to tag the full names of the people that mean the most to you. Simple say something like "This is my mom and dad at Hyde Park in Sydney in the summmer of 1977" and QromaTag will tag that image with the full names of both your parents. Its simple and natural.

  • Blisteringly Fast

    With two different batch editing modes, tag multiple photos in one shot.

  • Location Location Location

    Flip up on any photo and see right where it was taken, or fine tune the location.

  • Tree Friendly

    Import your family tree through a GEDCOM file, and easily tag the relatives in your photos using voice recognition.

  • Instant Organization

    Once tagged, import your photos into most popular photo organizers and they will be instantly searchable.

  • In App Metadata Editor

    Missing some information? QromaTags’s Metadata Editor makes it easy to fine tune the details later.

  • Multi Device Support

    With integrated iCloud support, you can view, edit and tag your imported photos on any connected iOS device.


... or ask your own.

What type of photo metadata does QromaTag support?

QromaTag v2 writes industry standard EXIF and IPTC metadata directly into the image file.

How do I get my images into QromaTag?

There are a number of ways to bring images into QromaTag. The easiest is to link up either your iCloud or Dropbox accounts and there is a dedicated Import folder. Any JPG image dropped into that folder will appear in the app and can be used for tagging. You can also import images from your Camera Roll, or use the share feature to import images from other iOS apps.

How do I get my images out of QromaTag?

if you have connected QromaTag to either an iCloud or Dropbox account, tagged images stored in the 'Images' folder. They are moved from the 'Import' to 'Images' folder as soon as they are tagged.

I have other questions. Where do I go?

Please contact us by opening a support ticket.
These trackable support tickets help us ensure we don’t miss anyone’s emails, and we generally respond back by email within one business day.

User Guide

The QromaTag User Guide is a complete and detailed resource for how to get started, and how use the advanced features.

Download the PDF here.

QromaTag Minute

QromaTag has powerful features to help your tag your images quickly. These one to two minute tutorials will help you get up to speed quickly.

  • Newest Features

  • What's New in QromaTag v2

    QromaTag v2 introduces a new technique called Natural Language Tagging. Now describe your photos your own way, and QromaTag will automatically detect important details like the date, location and people, and create metadata tags for them. Watch this 5 minute video to get up to speed.

  • Initial Setup

  • QromaTag Application Setup

    This tutorial covers everything the initial setup you will do before you start tagging images.

  • Adding Names to Voice Recognition

    QromaTag has a powerful second voice recognition engine dedicated to helping recognize the proper names of people in your photos. Add names to your personal voice recognition vocabulary then tag your photos just by saying their names.

  • Importing Images

    QromaTag imports photos through your cloud services and other places so you can tag them easily using your phone. Watch this video to learn how to do this transfer. Also, be sure to watch the 'What's New in QromaTag v1.1' video to see improved methods from importing images.

  • Tagging Images

    With everything set up, now it's time to tag images the easy way. Watch this quick video to see how it's done.

  • Advanced Features

  • Using the Capture Tool

    QromaTag has a built in photo scanner that can help you detect and scan print photos, which you can then tag quickly and easily. See this video for tips on using this tool.

QromaTag Support

If you have a problem using QromaTag, or just need a tip, please open a support ticket. We generally respond within one business day. If you have not heard back from us in two days, please check your spam folder.