With Mojotones you can use the tracks in your library as ringtones on your phone Why pay someone again for tunes you already own? With Mojotones you can use the tracks in your library as ringtones on your phone as easily as selecting the song and clicking a button. If you use iTunes, Mojotones is a breeze!Mojotones is a Universal Binary, so it works great on both Intel and PowerPC Macs, and it uses Bluetooth to send the tracks directly to your phone.Just find the song you want and click the Send button. That kicks off a file transfer - no costly SMS messages or downloads from the phone company. Then, navigate through your phone's menus to set the ringtone.Want only part of the song? Just click the Play button and drag the sliders around. Want finer control? Use the menu items to nudge the ends of the range. When you have just the right part selected, send it to your phone. It's that simple.Requirements:· A Bluetooth-equipped Mac and a Bluetooth phone capable of playing AAC or WAV ringtones. What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Added a sheet to manually key in a range duration (under the Control menu). · Changed the Bluetooth preference pane to a Destinations preference pane, and added an option to preselect the destination folder for Save Ringtone As. Holding the option key when clicking the phone button on the Mojotones main window ignores the preselected destination and instead brings up the Save As or Bluetooth device selection panel. · Growl notification when ringtone conversion is finished. (Growl will be optionally installed if it's not already installed.) · The Open Other panel now allows opening of iPhone ringtone files (*.m4r). · Spiffy new highresolution icon for mojotoneskey files. · Fix a bug where attempting to create a ringtone less than one second in length caused a crash. · Other bug fixes.