SOFTAVA Releases PicturePassword PPC 2.0 with VGA Support

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Novosibirsk, Russia — SOFTAVA, the developers of innovative user interface concepts, introduced a new version 2.0 of PicturePassword PPC – breakthrough product aimed at providing PDA users with easy and convenient security solution.

PicturePassword allows users to instantly unlock their PDA by tapping the picture at the points have been set as the password. It is convenient and fast but it does not compromise security: after one wrong attempt the only way to access your data is to enter standard system password.

“You can unlock your car with a key, but you do prefer using keychain remote only you have, because it’s much easier. PicturePassword provides the same convenience for your handheld” said Alexei Afanasiev, CEO and founder of SOFTAVA.

Full-featured PicturePassword provides custom full-screen, high resolution pictures and strongest security. It also allows you to use sequence of hardware buttons along with sequence of points to tap. And to add convenience it shows big clock and battery level indicator above the lock screen.

The new version offers several features and improvements. The main thing is the full VGA support. It allows using custom login pictures with size up to 480 x 488 pixels.

PicturePassword can be obtained at the www.picturepassword.com for $14.95. The price includes one year of free updates and support. Free full-functional trial copy is available and works without any limitations for 14 days.

About SOFTAVA

SOFTAVA with their motto “Simplifying the simplest” are the developers of products aimed at making human interaction with mobile devices as easy and convenient as possible and even more. Since 1998, SOFTAVA developed several products that won numerous industry awards for their innovation and utility. The company’s web site at www.softava.com contains additional information.

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