1. braj's Avatar
    http://www.efksoft.com/products/ipho...aker/index.htm

    Try it out, I don't have an iPhone.
    07-23-2007 02:06 PM
  2. cmaier's Avatar
    Their website doesn't instill me with the greatest of confidence.

    On the other hand, I don't use ringtones, so what do I know.
    07-23-2007 02:20 PM
  3. braj's Avatar
    Their website doesn't instill me with the greatest of confidence.

    On the other hand, I don't use ringtones, so what do I know.
    The same developer, gx.5.com, is pretty reliable on the Palm side.

    Anyhow, if you don't use ringtones, is your phone always on vibrate?
    07-23-2007 03:07 PM
  4. oalvarez's Avatar
    i use the ringtones that the iPhone came with. they seem to suffice for my needs as there are many to choose from. but typically i go with a standard ringer or the like.

    interesting development nonetheless.
    07-23-2007 05:04 PM
  5. cmaier's Avatar
    The same developer, gx.5.com, is pretty reliable on the Palm side.

    Anyhow, if you don't use ringtones, is your phone always on vibrate?
    Yep, my phone is always on vibrate. If I was ever in court or in a meeting with clients and my phone went off, it would be a Bad Thing.
    07-23-2007 06:46 PM
  6. braj's Avatar
    It would be nice for people like you to have some sort of 'telegraph' system for vibrating alerts, so you could differentiate between an appointment and a call, and maybe an 'emergency' ringtone that only could be sounded under specific circumstances.
    07-23-2007 08:03 PM
  7. cmaier's Avatar
    As i've mentioned on here before, i do miss my treo's little LED (with butler so that i could set the colors/flash codes based on events).

    Minor annoyance, though, because of how the iphone works:

    - for sms and phone calls and appointments, the screen turns on when it vibrates, and you see the alert
    - for email, it just vibrates

    So I can always tell what kind of alert it is if I have the phone in view.
    07-23-2007 09:25 PM
  8. braj's Avatar
    As i've mentioned on here before, i do miss my treo's little LED (with butler so that i could set the colors/flash codes based on events).

    Minor annoyance, though, because of how the iphone works:

    - for sms and phone calls and appointments, the screen turns on when it vibrates, and you see the alert
    - for email, it just vibrates

    So I can always tell what kind of alert it is if I have the phone in view.
    Yeah, I wasn't criticizing the way the iPhone handles alarms, no phone does what I suggested that I know of.
    07-23-2007 09:43 PM
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