File shrinking app to be part of exhibit
The International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 has gotten underway and the rest of this week until Friday, the city of Las Vegas will be a swirl of an expected 150,000 people who plan on attending. One company of the nearly 4,000 that will be exhibiting at CES 2015 is Accusoft. Accusoft is the Tampa, Florida based company that is known for their development of software development kits and are also known for their content and imaging solutions. The company has announced that they plan on showcasing their Cram app and their PICTools development kit.
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The Cram file shrinking mobile app for pictures is one that is Android based and is able to let a person to shrink their photo files by an amazing 70 percent. This allows for a consumer to be able to store more and more photos on their mobile devices. Not only that, the Cram app is able to keep the same resolution, color, and quality of the photo while still shrinking the size of the file. PICTools Photo software development kit actually follows along the same lines as the Cram app. The PICTools kit is more geared for the commercial market. What it does is allows engineers and developers to be able to optimize files and be able to get top of the line compression for their files. It is able to take past technology as far as file compression goes and make it even better and more compact.
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Accusoft will be set up at CES 2015 in the Las Vegas Convention Center and will be in booth #26724. The company says that they will be exhibiting and showing firsthand how these new apps and software development kits work. Accusoft will also be showing their existing technologies such as software kits that are made for documents, fingerprints, and in the medical field.