Are you getting tired of your old ringtones? Are your contacts’ static pictures no longer enough to amuse you whenever your contacts call? You can revolutionize your calls by using music videos as ringtones for incoming calls.
The Video Ringtones Maker app makes it possible to play music video for incoming calls right on your Android phone. This app allows you to search the web, download music videos, create personal video ringtones, and share your tracks with your friends. The Video Ringtones Maker app brings a new experience in the way you answer your incoming calls.
The Video Ringtones Maker app packs the following features:
The Video Ringtone Maker app has three main key features: “download, create, and share.”
The Video Ringtone Maker app supports commonly used formats, such as MP4, FLV, and 3GP video format, so you can be sure to have your favorite songs running on your mobile device. Use the search button to look for your favorite artist or music and download the music video straight to your Android phone.
Another neat feature is that you can create your own personal video. Create a video of yourself singing or a video of friends and contacts. You can then assign the video as the default ringtone or videotone for your contacts. The video will be played when the contact calls you. You can either choose a favorite song for each of your contacts, or attach a personal video of your contacts to see them when they call. With this app, you won’t need to suffer from still images and boring ringtones for your incoming calls.
The Video Ringtone Maker app also allows you to share your video tracks to your friends via Facebook and Twitter. Just make sure you share material that doesn’t contain the following:
With the Video Ringtone Maker app, you can enjoy a new form of entertainment and have more fun with your incoming calls. If you want to try the app, you may download the Video Ringtone Maker app for free from the Android Market.
What music videos will you use with this app? How does it sound having music video to answer your calls?