How To Create BlackBerry Ringtones From Movie and Music Files…

No one would argue with the fact that the BlackBerry is one of the best smart-phones in the world. When the Smartphone BlackBerry came out in 2002, it revolutionized the mobile device industry and made its creators, RIM (Research In Motion), very, very rich people. The new BlackBerry was a life changing device, with mobile phone, email, web browsing, texting and faxing, and what’s known as a multi-touch interface.
Which is why so many Mac users jumped at the chance to own a BlackBerry. BlackBerry users want the world in their pocket and they want seamless, hassle-free performance. But they also want versatility and ease when it comes to creating ringtones for their BlackBerry. They especially want to create BlackBerry Ringtones from their favorite iTunes. Now they can do it easily with a product from a company called PocketMac which has created PocketMac RingtoneStudio For BlackBerry.

Once downloaded, it allows you to drag, drop and get your favorite music as your BlackBerry ringtone. All types of unlicensed music files are supported.

Want to choose your BlackBerry ringtones from your favorite iTunes music? Just drag, drop and you’ve got your new BlackBerry ringtone. All types of music files are supported. If the song you pick is less than 30 seconds long, the program converts it instantly into the right format for your BlackBerry ringtone. If the song is a more than 30 seconds, you get a preview window, which allows you to pick the segment of the song you want to use as your BlackBerry ringtone.

PocketMac RingtoneStudio For BlackBerry works with the BlackBerry Pearl 8100, the BlackBerry Pearl 8110, the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 and the BlackBerry Curve 8300.

The program is compatible with the BlackBerry Pearl 8100, the BlackBerry Pearl 8110, the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 and the BlackBerry Curve 8300.

PocketMac, the company that created RingtoneStudio For BlackBerry is a small outfit run by two brothers who love the Mac. They’re passionate about what they do and they do a great job of expanding the versatility and synching capacity of the Mac with other devices.

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