Photos question for iPad
I work as a screen print artist for a small company in Michigan. All of my salesmen have finally upgraded from carrying paper copies of artwork designs around to getting iPads. So now we can sync all our newest designs with their iPads and they have all of our thousands of designs in one place.
Now the issue:
Since I have started working here (3 years ago) we have put design reference numbers in all of our jpeg proofs, so visually in the actual design. But the older designs (around 500 or so) have the reference name in the file name, not in the actual image. Now with the stock setting Photos does not display the file name. And with all my efforts there seems to be no way to make the file names appear. This is a very specific issue, but a very necessary one for our day to day task.
Is there a way to make the file name appear in the Photos app? If not does anyone know of an app that allows the file names to be displayed?
Everything up unto this point with the salesmen's iPads has been simple enough, syncing and backup has been a breeze. And even the way that we have all the files organized (by each sport/activity and year) is preserved when viewed in Photos. But no file names. It really makes me wonder why Apple decided to omit file names, or at least not make it an option.
Thanks for any input!