Organizing all of the photos we take on our smartphones isn’t something that most people want to do manually. Cloud storage services like Google Photos can organize the photos you upload, but there are some people who want to keep their pictures private. This is where Picture Manager from XDA Recognized Developer j to the 4n becomes quite useful. The app can automatically timestamp and organize your pictures in a number of different ways. For instance, you can have Picture Manager move all photographs into folders that are organized by year and month, or even by the year, month, and day. Not only that, but you can also have the application rename the photograph with the proper timestamp. Picture Manager requires an Android 5.0 Lollipop device or higher to work but it’s free (with in-app purchases). It also comes with a Tasker plugin that enables you to start a batch process on different events (such as time, when a USB device is connected, etc.).
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