Comments on: SplashPhoto v5.0 Released

SplashPhotoSplashData has released a major new version of its SplashPhoto application for Palm OS and Windows Mobile devices. SplashPhoto is a robust and feature packed photo management utility that has been around for over 8 years now. Version 5 features a new enhanced UI, support for new formats , and the ability to share photos on the web with Picasa, Flickr, and Facebook. The UI has been made more finger friendly for easier navigation and you now have many more options to share and sync your photos.

SplashPhoto v5.0 is available now with a free trial period. It costs $29.95 for the full version. It is available for Palm OS 4.0 and later as well as Windows Mobile devices running wm5 or later. Desktop synchronization apps are available for both WIndows and Mac OS computers.

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joad @ 8/25/2008 11:56:29 AM # Q
Splashphoto was always one of the better and quicker photo readers. Glad to see them still making upgrades and supporting PalmOS.

Paying my annual PDA update tax to Palm since 1997.
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hkklife @ 8/25/2008 12:42:44 PM # Q
I just registered my copy of Splash 5! Those guys put out great stuff that really stands the test of time. I'm glad to see that while they may have moved on to the iPhone/Touch, they haven't entirely forgotten about their Palm OS users!

Pilot 1000->Pilot 5000->PalmPilot Pro->IIIe->Vx->m505->T|T->T|T2->T|C->T|T3->T|T5->Zodiac 2->TX->Verizon Treo 700P->Verizon Treo 755p

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$10 for upgrade

swieder @ 8/25/2008 12:46:07 PM # Q
$10 for the upgrade is not bad. I will try the eval and pay for the upgrade if I like what I see.

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about time...

cstamper @ 8/27/2008 9:11:10 AM # Q
SplashPhoto is a horrible photo viewer. You should try RescoView, you'll never want to go back...

I'm a big fan of SplashData, but this one just doesn't cut it. It's slow, and doesn't have enough features.

Hey, see what happens when you start developing software for iPhone/iPod touch? You start to like big buttons! lol

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