SplashData, Inc., the developer of the popular Palm OS title SplashPhoto just launched the Pocket PC version of its image viewer - SplashPhoto 3.6.
SplashPhoto offers a fast, easy-to-use image viewer for Pocket PCs. Its speed and simplicity that has made SplashPhoto such a popular choice among Palm users. Now, they are offering the same solution for the Pocket PC platform. SplashPhoto provides a host of options for building and managing a library of photo images on Pocket PC devices, with a simple user interface and a first-of-its-kind Windows desktop application designed to make it easier than ever to crop, edit and install optimized images for handheld display.
SplashPhoto users can browse images stored on internal memory or external memory cards in either list or thumbnail views and categorize them into personalized groups. Images may be viewed individually or as part of a slide show.
SplashPhoto Desktop is used to crop and edit images to the proper resolution for the Pocket PC display, and enables users to easily drag-and-drop images or entire folders of images for uploading to the handheld. Images are immediately uploaded to the handheld and organized into user-defined categories.
SplashPhoto also includes picture-sharing options which allows users to beam selected images to another Pocket PC, or Windows Desktop PC via infrared or attach images to emails for distribution via the Inbox.
SplashPhoto is available for a limited time at an introductory offer of $9.95 -- 50% off the normal price of $19.95 at www.splashdata.com. A 30-day trial version is available here.
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