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Old 06-01-2006, 03:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello All,

New to the Blackberry community and am looking for a photo viewing software that enables you to password protect individual images or folders. Does anyone know of any out there for the 8700g? I have had no luck in searching for one and am not interested in posting the photos on a website for storage.

Thanks in advance for the help.

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don't know of any that allows pw protection
i use jiveslide it reads the SETS you create in Flickr
kinda kewl cuz you aren't managing multiple photo archives
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Hello All,

New to the Blackberry community and am looking for a photo viewing software that enables you to password protect individual images or folders. Does anyone know of any out there for the 8700g? I have had no luck in searching for one and am not interested in posting the photos on a website for storage.
I have just installed SplashPhoto. It gives you the ability to mark photos private and hide them. There is a password protected menu that allows you to view or hide private images. I think that Ascendo Photo allows you to do that same thing. Unfortunately it seems that there is no way to store the photos on SD card in that state.

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