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Have you ever wanted to add photograph descriptions to any of your photos in your Photo Library in iOS? With a new jailbreak tweak dubbed PhotoTag by iOS developer Cunstuck,
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    Have you ever wanted to add photograph descriptions to any of your photos in your Photo Library in iOS? With a new jailbreak tweak dubbed PhotoTag by iOS developer Cunstuck, you will be able to.

    The tweak adds the ability to add descriptions to photographs in your Photos application. The descriptions appear at the top of the photograph in a transparent black box with white text. You can add new descriptions to any photograph, or edit existing ones, as shown above.

    With it, you can do such things as label who's in a photograph, remind yourself why you took a photograph, remind yourself where and when a photograph was taken, or what the photograph is about. It's also great for noting special events or holidays.

    It's clear to us that a tweak like this could really come in handy for many people. PhotoTag doesn't have any options to configure and is compatible with iOS 7 only. If you would like to give it a try, it's available right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository for just $1.49.

    Name: PhotoTag
    Price: $1.49
    Version: 1.0-1
    Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.6
    Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
    Repo: BigBoss
    Developer: Cunstuck
    Editor's Rating:  5/5

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    It's nice to have notes associated with a photo, but they aren't saved with the photo when you export or share. It should be saved as part of the EXIF or IPTC information.

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    This would've came extremely handy my past two semesters as is take up close pictures of microscopic organisms and not remember what they were. Oh well. Nice app.

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