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Resco announces new version of Photo Viewer for Pocket PC
Posted on 27-Apr-2005 07:41 | Tags Filed under: News


Resco announces new version of Photo Viewer for Pocket PC
Resco has announced the availability of a new version of one of the company’s best selling applications, 11117 Resco Photo Viewer 5.30.

Resco Photo Viewer version 5.30 allows users to view photographs easily and quickly and to store them in the form of photo albums (which can later be edited and sent to other viewers). The slide show function allows users to present photo albums in a creative manner. Besides allowing users to organize a large number of pictures, it enables copying, cropping and resizing, and offers a plethora of other standard editing functions. Out of the box, it allows customers to add annotations in the form of text, sound or drawings.

The new version offers numerous improvements in terms of speed and memory use optimization. A new feature of the product is the ActiveSync filter, which allows conversion of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. The editing capabilities of the application have been extended and improved as well.

“Our aim is to offer the advanced user a high-quality application which remains transparent and easy to use despite its numerous functions,” said Marcel Saffa, product manager. We hope that by releasing the new version we have made a step toward this objective.”

The current process of digitalization has caused a boom in the sales of digital cameras and related products. The devices are becoming smaller and more powerful, and their quality improves rapidly. Resco spotted this trend about five years ago, when it started to develop its own viewer for the Windows Mobile Pocket PC platform. Currently, Resco Photo Viewer is the most popular Pocket PC-based photo viewer.







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