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Archive for December, 2011
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The Holidays isn’t over yet. I know everyone will be singing “Auld Lang Syne” very soon. Why not join the cheer and have fun making your own ring tones using that old tune. I’m sure this music will really bring joy and more happy memories to go with you as we get closer to the New Year 2012.
Mobile17.com ringtone can be created using either iOS or Android on your smartphone which of course most ringtone lovers have.
The website also offers wall papers which you can personalize, polyphonic ringtones, animated screen savers and 3GP mobile videos.
With the site, you can use up to 40 seconds of the song of your choosing to make your own ringtones for your mobile phone. The system will then automatically convert the uploaded file into a working format that is readable by your mobile device.
You can also edit your ringtones anytime you feel like it but make sure you do so before you create it and finalize it.
So, what are you waiting for? Go make your free ringtones now!
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Having reviewed countless software in the past, I have already encountered countless types of software which includes remote desktop software or remote control software.
This type of software allows you to get access to a remote computer. Specifically, it allows you to view the remote desktop, manipulate the mouse cursor of the remote computer and send keystrokes. Additionally, many remote desktop software programs also allow sending files to and from the remote computer, chatting with user working at the remote PC and perform other operations.
Remote desktop software utilizes the so called client-server model. Normally, the client part is called the Viewer, whereas the server part is called the Server, or the Host. However, different programs may have different names for the client and server. Also, sometimes the developers combine both parts in a single installer file, in order to make the installation process simpler for the user.
This kind of software is often used by technical support teams that handle large scale hardware and computer networks. In order for them to undertake support troubleshooting, they use remote desktop software to access that troublesome system from their remote location without the need to be physically present on that troubled system.
Other than mentioned, there are many uses of this software which can also include server administration, software upgrades from remote computers, file exchanges, remote printing, and countless other things.
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We all know that most iTunes music files cost around 69 cents up to $1.29. If you’re a regular iTunes downloader like me, you probably have downloaded several holiday songs right now and even full length Christmas albums. While you can have these songs as a regular ringtone for every call you get, iTunes still has this long list of ringtones specially cutout of its purpose and not really full-length songs and of course, buying a ringtone costs money as well.
But what if, you can have those songs you have or even songs from your PC and make your very own ringtones? Sounds nice, right?
Yes, it can be done. ImTOO ringtone maker does it. With ImTOO, you can create your own ringtones from popular video/audio files (AVI, MPEG, WMV, etc.,) which are compatible with nearly all mobile phones including iPhone, Samsung, BlackBerry, Nokia, and many others.
Multiple output ringtone formats are MP3, WAV, M4R, M4A, OGG, AMR. You can also convert video/audio segment into a ringtone and you can even add fade-in & fade-out effects and make ringtones to the millisecond.
This is definitely a good buy if you’d make to explore your musical genius by creating your very own holiday ringtones. Of course, you can impress your family and friends and have your creations sent as a gift too.