Have you ever wanted to add a watermark or insert a date to your photos for sentimental purposes? If so, Toysoft Development delivers an application that lets you quickly and easily do just that. Sometimes there are precious moments or events we want to remember exactly when they happened without having to view the file properties.
My media card is filled with hundreds of photos and some have been moved and copied numerous times from different SD cards and devices that in certain cases the date shown is no longer accurate.
Using the application is fairly simple. If you are unsure on where to access media files or how to change the settings, there is simple tutorial accessible from tapping on the overflow menu and choosing 'about'. It goes over how to add a logo graphic from a stored picture or from the camera, how to send images to the application from the file manager, or open from the pictures application.
If you are worried about permanently modifying the original image, I’m here to allay those fears as it saves to the folder of your choice as a new file. All effects are implemented instantaneously with excellent quality especially when you are on the go. Looking to share or set the resulting images as your wallpaper or Twitter or BBM avatar? You can do so right from the preview screen in addition to sharing via social networks or by email with your friends and followers.
There is a manual mode for selecting images on your device or SD card and camera mode where images from either the front or rear camera can be taken and stamped. By default, the current date and time is used; however, you may opt to use the original by checking off the “use picture datetime” under the manual heading.
It supports a variety of image and date/time formats, and a few ways to access your images to stamp. Users can also control the placement of the stamp, logo, and even choose from several colors for the font. However, font and logo size is not customizable.
As relying on memory alone is not enough, Picture Time Stamp is a handy tool for adding a quick effect to files stored on your BlackBerry or for new images shot with your camera. I find it is also helpful for those who depend on capturing and dating images for their job or business (i.e. insurance companies, real estate agents, or bloggers who post on the go) for documentation purposes.
While it may perform a simple task, it does so without any issue. I do recommend using a larger size image for the logo (though not exceeding the limit), though I do wish the image didn't seem so small in the final product. Photo Time Stamp supports OS 5.0 and higher and BlackBerry 10 and is available for $1.99.