Before someone else does this, I'll do it myself...
Here is the news, the new Idokorro Blackberry Viewer 2.0 is out.
So let's do a quick comparison between this tool and my own tools:
- free of cost
- javaloader not included due to legal stuff
- user feedback and response (fixes, enhancements)
- integrated update function
- copy picture to clipboard function
- colorful shaded frames
- picture viewer
- resize option
- minimize to tray and hotkey assignment
- jpg, png, bmp file format (no gif due to license issues)
- auto-numbering of the screenshots
- resize with aspect ratio
- pause function (with keyboard or mouseclick)
- avi file video creation
Idokorro Blackberry Viewer 2.0:
- javaloader bundled
- now as well resize with aspect ratio
- now as well screenshots supported (plus gif format)
- expires in May or will cost 25$
I guess my tools still offer more features and, what is best, they are still free of charge.
In addition the Idokorro tool still can't handle passwords with blanks.
Try to enter one and you won't even get asked again to correct it...
And now something that really shocked me: The Blackberry password is stored in the registry in CLEAR text
That does not really follows the secure approach RIM did with the whole BlackBerry device implementation.
Until my latest beta version I did not offer to store passwords at all because of security. My latest versions allow storing the password, but at least I tried to give it a simple encryption and there is a little "unlocked"
warning icon displayed on startup.
no need to try the betas anymore, the new released versions are out, use the links somewhere below in the thread