For those who haven’t heard the news yet, the iPhone isn’t just a popular smart phone, it’s also a popular camera. In fact, studies show that Apple’s smartphone is among the most-used point and shoot cameras in the world.

If you too love your iPhone camera, but find yourself missing your old 32mm, Cydia has a tweak for you. Stampr gives your iPhone photos a touch of nostalgia by adding the time and date stamp to the bottom of each snapshot…

Not only does it allow you to keep track of when you took the photos, you can even add custom text. There a few options that make this more than just a time and date stamper for your iPhone.

Just install Stampr from Cydia and pop into your Settings app. Here you’ll find cool customization options like changing the color and size of the text that shows up on your photograph.

While it may not be for everyone, this tweak could really come in handy for a couple with a newborn (cough, Sebastien) that might take daily photographs with their iPhone. Stampr is a free download and available in the default BigBoss repo in Cydia.

Have you used Stampr?

  • keelan

    HaHa (cough Sebastien)

  • soccerkrzy

    Does it just overlay it in the photo viewer or does it actually burn that into the image file itself?

  • Brad

    What’s a 32mm?

  • James

    Got it! Love it! Works like a charm!

  • ─░lhan yilmaz

    Doesn’t work for me. IOS 4.2.1 iPhone4 :((( do u know why???

    • NoWork

      me too, doesn’t work for iP4 4.2.1.

      • Herny

        Go to settings / stampr and move the font size right and left and you are done.

      • Go to settings, stampr and move the font size right and left and you are Done.

  • Shahzad

    Works great …

  • Mick

    the picture taken with the timestamp is actually of lower resolution which for me is a sacrifice i’m not prepared to make simply to have the date or/and time on it.

  • James

    Low res is a bummer but there will be times knowing when the shot was taken will be so helpful.

  • Raymond

    Hey seb, is dat a clue of bin a dad soon… If so congrats…

  • Ashfaq

    iphone 4 on 4.2.1, I do not see any time stamps.

  • King

    Is there any app that changes the filename of the photos to the current date and time they where taken? At least the day?!?
    For example photo14_05_2011 or something like that?

    • Kevin Nash is gay

      That is a good idea…

    • Ali

      Very good. I would buy this tweak!

  • Rajeev

    doesnt work on iPhone 4 4.3.3

    • Kg

      Yes, it doesn’t work on iPhone 4, 4.3.1 either

  • gg

    dosent work on iphone4 4.3.2