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What filter did you use on that photo?

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Gee, I don’t remember the name of the filter. Heck, I can’t even remember the name of the app that I used. Was it Fotor, Photogene, PhotoStudio, CP Pro, Filterstorm, PS Touch, Camera+, KingCamera, or Film Lab?

Imagine if the iOS forced all photo app developers to include the filter information in the metadata of the the exported image.

Anytime you apply a filter onto a photo in an app, when that image is exported, the metadata should

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