July 31, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto (ON), Canada - July 30, 2007 - Voodoo Ergonomics Inc. is proud to announce the release of version 1.0 of Mojotones, an easy-to-use Bluetooth solution to create ringtones from iTunes library tracks. Users may send the whole track - or a part of it - to their phone.
With Mojotones, users may use the tracks in their library as ringtones on their phone as easily as selecting the song and clicking a button. If you can use iTunes, Mojotones is a breeze. Mojotones is a Universal Binary, so it works great on both Intel and PowerPC Macs, and uses Bluetooth to send the tracks directly to your phone.
Just find the song you want and click the Send button. That kicks off a file transfer - no costly SMS messages or downloads from the phone company. Navigate through your phone's menus to set the ringtone.
Want only part of the song? Just click the Play button and drag the sliders around. Want finer control? Use the menu items to nudge the ends of the range. When you have just the right part selected, send it to your phone. It's that simple.
Features in Version 1.0:
* No costly SMS messages, or downloads from the phone service.
* Pin-point editing of music track selections.
* One-Button transfer.
* Universal Binary: Works great on both Intel and PowerPC computers running Mac OS X.
* Bluetooth-equipped Mac running Mac OS X 10.4.9
* Bluetooth phone capable of playing AAC or WAV ringtones.
Pricing and Availability:
Mojotones 1.0 can be purchased from the Voodoo Ergonomics' secure store for USD$19.95 per user. Demo is also available for download.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Voodoo Ergonomics Inc. was founded by Karl Moskowski in 2007 to develop Mac software. Karl has been a professional software developer for almost twenty years, with the last seven focussed on Cocoa and WebObjects development. Copyright (C) 2007 Voodoo Ergonomics Inc. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.