Ringdroid for Google Android Video
Ringdroid for Google Android Video Transcript
>> It's said that the cell phone is the ultimate personal device because you can customize it any way you want, like with ring tones for example. I'm Jessica Dolcourt from CNETdownload.com with a first look at Ringdroid Version 1.0. This is a free app for Google Android that let's you make ring tones from songs you already know. You can download Ringdroid from the Android Market App. And when you open it up, there's an index of the songs you already have on your phone. Ringdroid will support MP3, WAV and ARM files only. To find the song that you want, you can scroll like this or you can actually flip the phone and start typing, press enter and it will search for the song. Once you find the song that you want, editing is actually really intuitive. There are these nice arrows here that you can drag to form the start and the finish of the song. You can also tap start when the song plays to set the start time and you can enter the start and end times manually. If you need to zoom in or zoom out for a closer look at the timeline, there are these buttons here. You'll notice that there's this dropdown menu that you can press and you can save the song as a piece of edited music, as an alarm, as a notification or as a ring tone too. If you've looked closely at Ringdroid, you'll notice that there's also a little button right here that says record new. To start recording, you'll just press the circular button right here and the square to stop recording. Ring Tone is a really cool application. I would just love to be able to delete ring tones from within the application itself, not just from the SD card once you've plugged your Google Android phone into your PC. Also, it would be cool to see more effects like fading in and fading out and looping which are not available yet, but still like I said it's a really great intuitive app and it is an absolute must have for ring tone lovers, especially because it is free. I'm Jessica Dolcourt from CNETdownload.com and you've been looking at Ringdroid Version 1.0 for Google Android.
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