Ambrosia Software, Inc. today announced the release of iToner 1.0.1. This update of the highly popular iPhone custom ringtone transfer tool adds support for iTunes 7.4, along with other bug fixes and improvements.
Exempt from per-ringtone fees, iToner lets you easily transfer your own MP3 or AAC audio files to your iPhone, and enjoy them as custom ringtones.
The iToner 1.0.1 update is free to all registered users, and may be downloaded here:
iToner 1.0.1 features the following improvements and changes:
Compatibility with iTunes 7.4
Now supports file dragging from iTunes
Improved playlist handling
Other bug fixes and enhancements
iToner 1.0.1 is also compatible with iTunes 7.4.1, even though this version of iTunes disables another method of adding ringtones to the iPhone that has recently been discussed on Macintosh rumor sites.
Until now, getting custom ringtones onto your iPhone required invasively hacking your iPhone with unpleasantly complex and laborious tools. With iToner, simply drag and drop your favorite audio files onto the elegant and familiar interface, and click the Sync button. Your custom ringtones are instantly accessible from your iPhone! Even better, your ringtones will continue to work with future iPhone OS updates.
Your iPhone allows you to assign different ringtones for your different contacts. With iToner, now you can have a Barry White ringtone for when your girlfriend calls, Frank Zappa for when your college buddies ring you up, or the theme from Jaws for when your boss is calling.
Download your free trial of iToner now, and give it a whirl:
iToner costs $15, requires Mac OS X 10.4.10 or later, and is a Universal Binary application.
Ambrosia Software, Inc. - publisher of award-winning programs for the Macintosh and Windows distributes a full line of utility, productivity, and anti-productivity (game) software through the Internet as shareware. Unregistered versions of Ambrosia's products on DVD-ROM can be obtained at Ambrosia's web site, http://www.AmbrosiaSW.com or by calling Ambrosia's order center at 585.325.1910.