As its name suggests, Spb ScreenShot lets you capture images of your screen on your Pocket PC. It's handy to be able to take screen grabs of your mobile device from time to time (especially if you're a software reviewer! ) but unfortunately there's no default capture tool included within the Windows Mobile OS. Spb ScreenShot is one of a number of third party apps that let you capture screenshots of your Pocket PC. Others include My Mobiler, Pocket Snapshot, and CapturePro.
Spb ScreenShot is a breeze to use and there are only really two different interface screens you need to worry about. The first is the Options menu, where you can assign a button on your device to take the capture or set a time limit upon which it will be activated.
From this menu you can also choose your desired location to save the image file to, and select the format that the grab will be saved as. Unfortunately there are only two options here though - PNG or BMP, and it would've been nice to see support for JPEGs or GIFs. Another omission from Spb ScreenShot is a facility for editing your screenshots.
Ultimately this is a pretty basic capturing tool, but if you want a quick way to grab screens, Spb ScreenShot will do the job effectively.