The leader in providing productivity software for smartphones, SplashData has announced its SplashPhoto and SplashNotes application for iPhone are now available at App Store. SplashPhoto is a mobile photo album manager whereas SplashNotes is a notetaking and outlining application. Both applications work on iPod touch and iPhone as well as offer wireless synchronization for Windows and Mac OS X desktop applications that are available separately.
SplashPhoto is featured with a two-way synchronization function to free PC or Mac OS X desktop version. This desktop application allows users to organize their favorite images into personalized categories and, upon synchronization, the images are arranged accordingly on the iPhone or iPod touch. Besides, the application also allows users to upload and download images from Flickr and Picasa. Moreover, the images taken with the iPhone are automatically geo-tagged so they can be mapped on Flickr and Picasa.
“The innovative features of iPhone and iPod touch, like the Multi-Touch user interface and amazing display, have allowed us to create really practical apps that will be helpful to a wide range of users,” said Morgan Slain, SplashData’s CEO. “We think SplashPhoto and SplashNotes are going to enable great communication and collaboration and we look forward to continuing to create mobile apps that make a difference.”
SplashNotes allows users to enter their outlines on desktop and then synchronize the notes with the iPhone or iPod touch. It also enables users to create outlines of any size and complexity, attach notes and photos for quick recall, and display lists with checkboxes to turn outlines into task lists.
SplashPhoto and SplashNotes are now available at App Store for the price of $4.99 each.