How to add geotagged photos to Google Earth?

Now, smart phones like Android or iPhone add geotagging information to photos.

After your trip to Amsterdam, or site survey from Berlin, you may want to present your photos to your friends or colleagues. Something like this:

In this above image, you can find several green location icons displayed in Google Earth indicating photos were taken there. Simply click on one of the icons, the image will be displayed in a pop-up ballon.


There are several commercial softwares can assist you with adding images to Google Earth, and today I am recommending a free one.

Images to Google Earth

The coolest features are:

Totally free

Online application, no need to download or installation

Compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS systems

Images to Google Earth v0.3.0 released

Images to Google Earth v0.3.0 was released yesterday.

Images to Google Earth is one of the free online applications assisting you with adding a batch of image overlays in Google Earth, all platforms (Windows/Mac/iOS/Linux/Andriod … ) are supported. This application read geotagging info from selected images and generate a ‘KML’ file which will display images at corresponding geotagging locations.

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Text-effect-autocorrection version released

Great News.

Text-effect-autocorrection version released.

This is an import release, two important features had been supplemented to this add-in.

  1. This add-in now can accept user provided database
  2. This add-in now can export user defined database

For more information about this add-in, users may access documentation from

Source code can be obtained from

Text effects autocorrection now available on Office store

Great news

Text effects autocorrection add-in is now available on Office store, finally, after 3 revisions. Current version of this add-in is

Link to this add-in on Office Store

Here is how to find this add-in and start using it in Microsoft Word.

  1. Click on the above link and, in the top right corner, click Sign in.
  2. Type the email address and password you use with Office/Microsoft.
  3. Click on the “add” button after login.
  4. The next page you will see will show that you have successfully added this add-in to your account.
  5. Now go to Word 2016.
  6. Open Word 2016 (or greater) and, in the top right corner, click Sign in.
  7. Type the email address and password you use with Office/Microsoft.
  8. Press Insert > My Add-ins.
  9. In the Add-ins for Office box, find “text effects autocorrection”. If you don’t see it, verify that you’re signed into Office. Press Refresh to update the list.
  10. If the add-in still doesn’t show up in the add-ins for Office list, check if you are using Word 2013 which is not supported by this add-in.
  11. Double-click the add-in to start it.
  12. Now you are ready to use this add-in.

If you have any questions or still need some help, please go to for more help.