November 16, 2007 in Software (F)
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November 16, 2007 - Polo Planet Software proudly presents the premiere application for Mac OS X. Phone Wallpaper X - an innovated application for creating, editing, organizing and uploading wallpapers to cell phones or other mobile devices through Bluetooth or USB. The application includes an easy graphics editor for cropping and resizing pictures, a gallery with users wallpapers and Device Manager for choosing mobile phone and its settings. Uploading of wallpapers is effected in batch mode through Bluetooth or USB. Several cell phones can be maintained by Device Manager.
Pictures editing is easy due to the adaptable graphics editor that allows to crop images in accordance with the defined exact position and size. Also, you can enhance your photos with Core Image filters and flip or rotate them. As soon as the wallpapers are ready, they can be placed in Wallpapers Gallery folder. Export into different graphics modes is possible as well.
Wallpapers Gallery contains users files. Collect your favorite wallpapers in gallery and upload them to your mobile phone. Original files, remade into wallpapers, can be saved for further editing or preparation of the wallpapers for other cell phones. iPhoto-styled gallery allows to choose elements for uploading in batch mode and displays the quantity and the size of the chosen files.
* Cropping, resizing and editing of images
* Adaptable graphics editor featured Core Image filters
* Wallpapers Gallery for images organizing
* Direct connection with a cell phone through Bluetooth or USB
* Uploading to cell phones in batch mode
* Export to graphic formats
* Mac OS X 10.4 or higher
* At least 35MB of free disk space
Polo Planet Software was founded in 2006 with a specific goal - developing of Mac OS X applications featured the latest technologies, best graphics designs and interesting ideas. We focus on multimedia software as well as supporting a wide range of mobile devices, new graphics techniques and rich set of functionality.