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SplashPhoto 4 for Palm OS
Posted on 28-Nov-2003 19:49 | Tags Filed under: Software


SplashPhoto 4 for Palm OS
SplashPhoto turns your Palm OS handheld into a mobile digital picture frame. Simply edit and organize your favorite images with the included desktop software then sync with your handheld to view images on the go.

  • Simple, fast, high quality image viewer
  • Desktop image catalog lets you edit, organize and sync images with your handheld
  • Supports all screens: 160x160 (Low-Res), 320x320 (Hi-Res), 320x480 (Hi-Res+), 320x450 (Garmin), 480x320 (Landscape)
  • Install JPEG images to internal or external memory
  • Organize images using an unlimited number of categories
  • Send images to other mobile devices via infrared, Bluetooth, or SMS
  • Supports sending/receiving JPG attachments via email with SnapperMail, Versamail and others
  • View images in a Slideshow
  • Pan and Zoom on the handheld







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