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Ringer goes on sale in the Mac App Store through 1/17/2011

Jan 15, 2011 - Minneapolis based Pixel Research Labs has announced that Ringer, their iPhone ringtone creation tool, is on sale in the Mac App Store through 1/17/2011. Ringer allows users to choose any non-protected file from their iTunes library or any media file that can be opened by QuickTime and turn it into a unique ringtone. Press the create button, and Ringer will make the ringtone and automatically import it into iTunes where it will be ready to sync to the iPhone.


Pixel Research Labs updates Ringer to 1.1 - Effortless iPhone Ringtones

Jan 12, 2010 - Minneapolis-based Pixel Research Labs released Ringer 1.1, their iPhone ringtone creation tool for Mac OS X. Ringer 1.1 adds several new features while maintaining its ease of use. Users can now adjust the scale of the waveform. Video is previewed while playing or scrubbing a movie. Ringtones can now be saved anywhere without importing into iTunes as either an m4r or m4a files. Undo support has been added. Twitter support has been added; tweet a description about the ringtone.


Pixel Research Labs releases Ringer 1.0 - Create iPhone Ringtones

Jun 24, 2009 - Minneapolis-based Pixel Research Labs has announced Ringer 1.0, their iPhone ringtone creation and editing tool for Mac OS X. Ringer sports a modern, clear, easy-to-use interface and is a perfect complement to the iPhone. Users may choose any non-protected file from their iTunes library or any media file on their system and turn it into a custom ringtone. Easily select just the right part of a song to turn into a ringtone. Preview it exactly as it will sound on the iPhone.


Pixel Research Labs introduces Ringer 1.0 - Create iPhone Ringtones

Jun 16, 2009 - Minneapolis-based Pixel Research Labs is delighted to introduce Ringer 1.0, a new iPhone ringtone creation and editing tool for Mac OS X. Ringer sports a modern, clear, easy-to-use interface and is a perfect complement to the iPhone. Users may choose any non-protected file from their iTunes library or any media file on their system and turn it into a custom ringtone. Easily select just the right part of a song to turn into a ringtone. Preview it exactly as it will sound on the iPhone.