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Ambrosia releases iToner 1.0.7 offers customized ringtones for iPhone; No ringtone fee

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iToner.jpgAmbrosia, the developer of one of my favorite applications, Snapz Pro X, has released an update for the extremely popular iPhone custom ringtone tool, iToner. iToner is a ringtone creation software application. If you’re an iPhone user who would like to have customized ringtones I recommend that you check out the iToner application.

I really enjoy ringtones and have a lot of them for my phone; however, the fees can rack up quickly since you usually pay each time you choose a ringtone. IToner users are exempt from the ringtone fee since because the application allows the user to easily transfer their favorite MP3, AAC, WAV, and AIFF audio files of a custom ringtone.

iToner includes three ringtones with the software. In order to add your own custom ringtones simply drag and drop your favorite audio files onto the interface and click on the Sync button. That’s it. Your ringtones are now accessible from your iPhone. Although I don’t have an iPhone one of my friends let me try this software out on their iPhone.

You’ll see the following fixes in iToner 1.0.7.

  1. Fixes with iTunes compatibility. iToner should no longer prevent iTunes
    from removing iTMS ringtones.
  2. Fixed crash when syncing with iPod touch from iTunes
  3. Support for iPhone OS 1.1.4
  4. Various fixes and enhancements

Ambrosia software gives you the opportunity to try its products out before you buy so if you are interested in checking out this extremely popular software, log onto the Ambrosia website and download iToner 1.0.7. If you decide to purchase it, you’ll only pay $15.

4 Responses to “Ambrosia releases iToner 1.0.7 offers customized ringtones for iPhone; No ringtone fee”

  1. wow! this didn’t work? how disappointing… i wanted to download this program.

    Well a friend of my stated they went to limewire, download their top 15 songs, and import it into itunes. (already aac converted)

    Then, they were able to reset the time to 30 seconds, and then drag and drop these songs into a playlist in itunes. then, apply the changes (upload) to their iphone.