Sbp Software house, well known for great Pocket PC applications, recently released Spb Imageer which is a very powerful imaging engine designed specifically to streamline common processes that Pocket PC users perform with digital photos. Equipped with an incredibly rich set of features including a superb wireless support, Spb Imageer will make your work with images fast, comfortable and joyful. Even if you edit an 11 megapixels photo!
One-click slideshow with smooth transitions
Multiple thumbnail options
Picture editing (red-eye, brightness, contrast, and more)
Storage card notification with common tasks
Batch optimizing of photos
Album creation and sharing
Rich picture notes (text, drawing, and sound)
For Pocket PCs with wireless Internet access (such as Phone Editions), Imageer offers an especially compelling feature: Web album creation. By partnering with Fotki (www.fotki.com), one of the leading online photo sharing communities, Imageer users can create optimized versions of their photos, and upload them to Fotki, all with a few clicks. If users donâ€™t have a Fotki account, one will be created for them automatically as part of the uploading process. Fotki offers free accounts with basic features, and paid options with premium services.
Imageer is available for US$ 14.95 from PocketGear; a trial version is also available and worth to test, in case you have a digital camera with you or if your Pocket PC comes with a built-in camera, such as the PPCW.Net i-Mate Phone Edition.
I gave the software a try over the last days and found it extremely convenient, or in other words, that's exactly what I had missed over the last months.
Iâ€™m not a MMS guy, but like to add some pictures to emails when traveling.
Initially equipped with a digital camera and now with the built-in camera of the XDA II, I always had wanted to edit the photographs before sending. And it was never so easy to add drawings, comments, cut out sections, change the size, adjust contrast and brightness, and modify the various color channels.
I even found it great for work. Before I start lengthy explanations, I take a picture, add notes or some drawings to it, and send it off. People are amazed, and say it is great: what a smart solution.
If the camera of the XDA II would be a bit better, e.g., to allow readable shots of printed text, this software could become one of the most powerful tools on the XDA II.