Ambrosia Software, Inc. has announced the release of iToner 1.0.7. This update of the highly popular iPhone custom ringtone transfer tool offers support for iPhone OS 1.1.4, along with other bug fixes and improvements. Exempt from per-ringtone fees, iToner lets you easily transfer your own MP3, AAC, WAVE, and AIFF audio files to your iPhone, and enjoy them as custom ringtones. 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.
I’ve been using iToner for some time now, and have found that the Super Mario Brothers Underworld Theme is a pretty decent ringtone. Or, if you’re the type who forgets to shut off his ringtone, using the sound of chewing popcorn while in a movie theater or shouting an “Amen!” while in church can spare you some embarrassment. And while each update to the iPhone OS seems to break iToner, Ambrosia tends to be very quick with the updates.
Three free ringtones are included with iToner, recorded from an instrument called the mbira. With a very distinct and pleasing sound, all three are very unique ringtones for your iPhone.
The iToner 1.0.7 update is free for all registered users, and may be downloaded from Ambrosia.
iToner 1.0.7 features the following improvements and changes:
- Fixes with iTunes compatibility. iToner should no longer prevent iTunes from removing iTMS ringtones.
- Fixed crash when syncing with iPod touch from iTunes..
- Various fixes and enhancements.
iToner costs $15, requires Mac OS X 10.4.10 or later, and is a Universal Binary application.