mSpot Offers DIY Ringtones
March 17, 2009 at 5:11 PM (PT)
Mobile music and entertainment company MSPOT has introduced the music website mSpot.com, which lets users personalize their phones by turning their favorite part of any song into a ringtone. Titles come from major labels such as EMI, UNIVERSAL MUSIC, WARNER MUSIC, SONY MUSIC, INGROOVES and IRIS.
MsPOT offers users a catalog of over 400,000 titles and a simple editing tool to drag the start and end points to capture up to 30 seconds of music, including an optional fade in and out feature. The process takes all of one minute to complete -- and users don't need to download software or subscribe to a service. Cost for each ringtone is $2.99.
"We know people want more selection than the pre-set ringtones already offered by carriers and artists," mSpot CEO DAREN TSUI said. "MSPOT’s new editing tool means music fans now have an infinite number of ringtone possibilities to choose from to make their phones more personalized than ever before.”
The service is currently accessible to AT&T, SPRINT and T-MOBILE customers, and will soon be available to customers from other major carriers.
For more info, click www.mspot.com.