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photomike
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Anyone running Idruna Pocket Phojo?
      #12537 - 06/24/04 07:17 PM

I need a mobile photo editing program, and want to get suggestions about who makes/loves/hates/what.Idruna (Pocket Phojo)has the most comprehensive that I know, and the most expensive, costing more than a Pocket PC. I have seen some refers to the Windows 2003 for PPC having a picture editor inclusive, but wonder if it is just like XP's.Any other ideas are certainly welcome, if any exist.
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Re: Anyone running Idruna Pocket Phojo? [Re: photomike]
      #13135 - 07/11/04 04:49 PM

Check out this review of 4 photo editing and paint programs for PPC: http://www.pdabuyersguide.com/software/ppc_paint.htm

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Re: Anyone running Idruna Pocket Phojo? [Re: LisaG]
      #13460 - 07/19/04 03:42 PM

Thanks for the reply,fellow photoshop jockey.I did see those reviews before, and was leaning towards Photogenics, but was curious if I was overlooking anything, and as noone else here seems to be aware of /or using Phojo, I will look towards that to save abit of my dinero.And I just ponied up for my ASUS716.

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Re: Anyone running Idruna Pocket Phojo? [Re: photomike]
      #13461 - 07/19/04 04:20 PM

Photogenics has a higher learning curve thanks to its unique user interface, and that may be why you don't read about it more. It is a very powerful app and makes for a great pocket Photoshop, though you really do need to read the manual . The most popular choice is probably Conduits Pocket Artist which offers Photoshop compatability, filters and a simpler user interface.

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