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Archive for April, 2008

iJustine is making a scene

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008 by Administrator

Justine has put together this funny little RingtoneFeeder video, we hope you will enjoy it as much as we did.


If you want to see more of iJustine have a look at her site.

RingtoneFeeder on

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008 by Administrator

We had a really great launch on April 29 not least thanks to Cali from

Check out the whole brief below


Alternative Rock 1

Saturday, April 26th, 2008 by Administrator

Here is the first video introducing the ringtone of the week:

Alternative Rock 1

– if you listen carefully you will be able to hear a short snippet of the tone released in the video.

The tone will be in the subscribers feed – so if you haven’t already, go ahead and subscribe today.



See you next week

Welcome to RingtoneFeeder

Saturday, April 19th, 2008 by Administrator

Geoff SmithWe are pleased to finally take live. We have put a lot of efforts into making this a unique and user-friendly experience and we hope that you like to use it as much as we enjoyed producing it.


As you might have noticed if you have looked around a bit – the objective of RingtoneFeeder is to add some real value to your iPhone by producing ringtones that are optimized specifically for the iPhone and hopefully make it a positive moment – maybe even put a smile on your face – when your iPhone is ringing. 


We welcome your suggestions and comments and if you would like to produce ringtones with us, make sure you check out the Artists section and then get in touch with us so we can evaluate the opportunity.   


So what is the “elevator pitch”?


In short you will be getting at least one new ringtone delivered to your iPhone every week though iTunes. If you like to keep a specific tone permanently, you can download it from the Subscribers section and just double click to install it in your ringtones folder in iTunes and keep it permanently on your iPhone if you later on decide to cancel the subscription and delete the feed.


While you are subscribed you can, based on your Podcast sync settings, increase the number of simultaneous ringtones you have on your iPhone automatically or completely manage your ringtones using a Smart Playlist – but the concept is really to get a fresh new ringtone every week – just like you get an episode of your favorite podcast or tv show.


We look forward to providing you will great content in the year to come – and we might also have a few surprises up our sleeve – more on that later.


Please make sure you subscribe to our RSS feed for this blog so you are aware of our announcements and do check out our video tutorials.