SplashData Announces SplashID 3.0 for Sony Ericsson P900-series
and Nokia Series 60 Smartphones

Company ports popular secure personal identification organizer to smartphones based on Symbian OS

ATLANTA (CTIA) - - March 22, 2004 - - SplashData, Inc., the leading developer of “virtual wallet” applications for mobile devices, today announced versions of its best-selling personal identification organizer, SplashID, for Symbian OS-based smartphones. SplashID 3.0 is now available for Sony Ericsson P900-series and Nokia Series 60 Smartphones. SplashID 3.0 securely maintains personal identification information on both the smartphone and desktop computer while offering a host of features aimed at organizing and securing sensitive information.

"The Symbian Affiliate Partner Program enables Symbian to work with and support leading after-market vendors such as SplashData who are producing valuable add-on applications for Symbian OS phones," said Phil Spencer, Global Manager, Affiliate Partner Program, Symbian. "SplashID is an innovative solution to the constant challenge of juggling a variety of important passwords and identification numbers while on the move, enabling users to securely access this data whenever and wherever they are needed."

SplashID has long been among the most popular PDA applications available, with the Palm OS version currently ranked as the #1 selling Palm OS application at Handango.com. The software safely and securely stores all kinds of personal identification information, including user names, passwords, credit card numbers, calling card numbers, bank account data, PINs, medical insurance information, and more. Information is stored in a secure, encrypted format and is quickly accessible on smartphones or desktop computers. SplashID includes both handheld and desktop software and data is automatically synchronized between the two.

Key features in SplashID 3.0 enable users to:

  • Create an unlimited number of templates with pre-defined field labels for different information types such as “credit card numbers” and “Web logins”;
  • Assign records to categories for filtering purposes, such as “personal” or “business”;
  • Customize the way columns are displayed, including the ability to define which columns will be presented on the screen based on the type of records being viewed;
  • Assign custom icons to records, as well as customize field labels on a per-record basis;
  • Specify which fields they wish to mask so that contents (such as a password or credit card number) cannot be easily viewed by other individuals while SplashID is in use on a handheld or desktop computer;
  • Secure their passwords with a protected database file using Blowfish encryption;
  • Auto-generate passwords that meet specific criteria. (Many people, especially those in data-sensitive industries, are forced by policy to regularly change their passwords and it can be difficult to constantly create memorable pass-codes);
  • Automatically create an encrypted back-up of the SplashID desktop database file; should data loss occur on the handheld or desktop.

Pricing and Availability

SplashID 3.0 for UIQ and Series 60-based devices will be released in April for $29.95. A public beta is available now at www.splashdata.com. SplashPhoto, an image viewer that includes desktop companion software, is also available for UIQ and Series 60-based devices. A free 30-day trial version is available for download.

Company Contact:
John Chaffee
Seattle, WA
Media Contact:
Kevin Doel
TalonPR, Inc.
Topeka, KS 66614

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