Tagg.Ly Lets You Get Credit For Your Smartphone Photography Skills

Tagg.Ly Lets You Get Credit For Your Smartphone Photography Skills

Vice reporter creates an app that instantly watermarks your images.

Ross Brooks
  • 30 april 2014

Our phones make it effortless to share photos and videos, but if you’re a reporter it hasn’t always been easy to retain credit for your own digital content. That’s why Tim Pool, a journalist for Vice, decided to create Tagg.ly, a free iPhone app that lets you add a name, logo, location, and timestamp to your photos and videos.

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