Wye Valley UK (PRWEB) March 8, 2006
Electric Pocket’s popular Ringo Mobile ringtone manager is now available for users of the Treo 700w smartphone devices based on Windows Mobile 5.0.
Ringo has long been the best-selling ringtone manager for Treo smartphones based on the Palm OS—and more recently devices based on Pocket PC Phone Edition. Ringo has received acclaim for the ease with which users can customize their phones with personal ringtones and SMS tones. Ringo Mobile now brings these features to the Treo 700w.
Ringo Mobile enables users to easily assign MP3, WMA or WAV format ringtones to every incoming call they receive on their Treo or Pocket PC phone. Ringtones can be assigned to individual callers or to groups of callers—such as business, family, or friends. Setting a sound clip as a ringtone is as simple as copying it to their Treo and linking it to individuals or groups. Ringo Mobile also allows users to set custom tones for incoming SMS messages from individuals and groups.
Users of Ringo Mobile can have fun setting lively tones for friends and gloomy tunes for their bosses or mothers-in-law.
“Ringo Mobile enables our customers to add their own personal flair to every call, providing them with the ability to use their favorite music as ringtones and associate tunes with specific individuals or groups of callers,” said Iain Barclay, Electric Pocket’s Chief Product Officer. “Being able to identify callers with music or sound clips of your choice makes Ringo Mobile both a practical and fun add-on for any Treo or Pocket PC phone.”
Ringo Mobile is available from Electric Pocket’s web site at http://electricpocket.com for US$19.95.
About Electric Pocket Limited
Electric Pocket is a privately held company offering leading-edge mobile and wireless computing solutions and services from its base in the Wye Valley, UK. The company’s product portfolio includes a rich set of wireless messaging solutions, mobile commerce and configuration toolkits. Electric Pocket’s consulting group has provided solutions to global companies such as Ericsson, Palm and Vodafone. For more information, visit http://www.electricpocket.com.