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Image Gallery: Spb Wallet 2.0 for the Apple iPhone/iPod touch

Spb Software has been developing applications for Windows Mobile for years and is now expanding to support S60 and iPhone devices. The Apple iPhone version is fantastic and makes using the application a real pleasure. It look and works great on the iPhone and you really should check it out.
By Matthew Miller, Contributing Writer
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Spb Software has been developing applications for Windows Mobile for years and is now expanding to support S60 and iPhone devices. The Apple iPhone version is fantastic and makes using the application a real pleasure. It look and works great on the iPhone and you really should check it out.

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After naming your wallet, you enter your password and confirm it. There is also an option for a hint in case you forget your password.

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After you setup your wallet, then you can login by entering the password.

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When you first launch Spb Wallet 2.0 you are presented with a bunch of default folders and cards to help you get started.

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The search capability is quite fast and zippy on the iPhone.

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There are over 60 templates preloaded on the device.

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I was able to easily find the two USAA cards found in my wallet using the 7,000+ online template gallery.

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Spb Software includes some common tips and trick to help you design and layout your cards and folders.

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Selecting the hyperlink will give you options for opening up the link in the Safari browser.

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As you can see the credit card looks like a real virtual card.

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The fields change by the type of card you select and on this screen you can enter all of your data.

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At the bottom you can find a button for deleting the card.

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Selecting the new icon gives you the option of what you need to capture.

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Different fields are present for different type of card.

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The first iPhone version has been performing very well.

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You can backup your Spb Wallet 2.0 data to your Gmail account for then using with another PC.

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Successfully synced up.

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