July 14, 2008 in Music (E)
[prMac.com] Nashville, Tennessee - RingtoneFeeder has evolved since its launch in April 2008 and the subscribers are getting more value for their money now than when they signed up originally. When RingtoneFeeder first started the subscribers would be getting just a single ringtone every week.
Currently the subscribers are receiving 4 ringtones every week. One vocal and one instrumental ringtone, both of them in two versions, with and without a ringing sound embedded. This option was made available recently based on user feedback, but the price structure remains the same.
The annual subscription which is priced at just $19.98 will now provide 218 ringtones as the subscriber will get the 10 latest releases instantly at the time of signup and 4 new tones every week for a year essentially bringing down the cost of each original iPhone ringtone to just 9 cents which is an incredible value for money.
"The release of the new iPhone 3G is an important event for us and we would like to welcome the many new iPhone uses around the world by giving them a dedicated ringtone and saying "hello" in their native language. We are matching the languanges of the first batch of countries where the iPhone 3G is released." said Geoff Smith, Partner and Producer at RingtoneFeeder.
RingtoneFeeder is a new and innovative approach to ringtones offering a subscription model which automatically installs two new original ringtones on the iPhone via iTunes every week. The earlier a subscription to the service is made the bigger collection the subscriber will have. When a ringtone has been released it will not appear in the weekly updates ever again. The 10 latest ringtones are delivered when subscribing and then an additional two new ringtones every week.
There is also a free demo feed available so the service can be tried out with no obligations. The free feed contains a few sample ringtones as well as an introduction video and a PDF guide to managing ringtones via iTunes.
Geoff Smith has been producing and playing music most of his life and is mostly known online from his jingles heard on Adam Curry's Daily Source Code Podcast, GeekBrief, Tips from The Top Floor, ScreenCasts Online, the successful iYule project and recently the theme song for TWiT Live. Geoff began composing jingles and theme songs for podcasters back in 2005 and has literally written hundreds.
RingtoneFeeder was launched on April 29th 2008 and is a weekly automated delivery of original ringtones exclusively produced and optimized to sound great on the iPhone. The majority of the ringtones are written and performed by Geoff Smith who has been producing and playing music most of his life and is mostly known online from his jingles heard on Adam Curry's Daily Source Code Podcast, GeekBrief.tv, Tips from The Top Floor, the successful iYule project and recently the theme song for TWiT Live. (C) 2008 RingtoneFeeder All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and iPhone, are registered trademarks of Apple Inc in the U.S. and/or other countries.