Xingtone Creates Ringtones From MP3s

Posted: Dec 11 2003, 10:04pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:09pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

Xingtone Creates Ringtones from MP3s
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Xingtone announced today that is has launched Version 2.0 of its MP3 to Ringtone Converter Tool.

Users may turn any MP3 or WAV file into a 30-second ring tone with the downloadable Desktop Software.
Compatible carriers include Sprint PCS, Cingular, AT&T Wireless, and T-Mobile offering direct access to media from consumer’s desktops to wireless handsets. Tested Phones include Sanyo SCP-8100, Siemens SL56, Nokia 3650 and many more.

Xingtone 2.0 lets the consumer upload media from PCs OTA (over the air) as free ringtones to their mobile handsets.
“Xingtone is now on multiple carrier networks with more coming soon. To celebrate this major accomplishment and give consumers a holiday treat, we are offering our software for free until the end of the year.” said co-founder and president Brad Zutaut.
Download at XingTone.com

With Xingtone you can upload Hey Ya from Outkast and listen to it all day when people call.

Check out the CNN interview with their CEO talking about copyright and stuff.

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