ECCE TERRAM CEO Frank Simon states: "We think that thanks to the intuitive user interface and the iPhone's Multi Touch Display this is the first attractive and user-friendly mobile phone photo print application that will be loved by its users."
Right from the onset it was clear that the iPhone users define which application can be sensibly marketed. Spontaneous snaps from the holidays, a party, on concerts or a snapshot of something interesting on the road. The moment describes the motive and shows why the software developer has such faith in its new iPhone application. "The iPhone is the ideal tool to help establish photographic products as part of modern, digital life." says Frank Simon, CEO.
The iPhone's photo printing range will kick off with a mini-photobook (10x15cm, 16 pages) and a post card service. The user selects photos, creates a postcard with text and images in the editing tool, moves the images with one finger, rotates and zooms pictures with two fingers and does a double click to browse. The application can pick the postcard's recipients postal address straight from the contact list.
ECCE TERRAM's "Photo2lab" services production partners print the post cards and post them directly to the recipient - or the photo book to the buyer or to a delivery address for a present.
ECCE TERRAM expects to present the final version shortly after Apple publishes its SDK (Software Development Kit). Further information regarding ECCE TERRAM at the PMA can be found at www.iphone2home.net .