Disclaimer: This was a sponsored post, commissioned by Jamster.com by way of PayPerPost. I was compensated to talk about ringtones and music mobile phones. The words and opinions are mine and mine alone.
I was browsing the Jamster ringtones list for this review and was thinking about some ringtones that I might want to download for my phone. Currently my ringtone is set to Paranoid by Black Sabbath, but I also have “Man of Constant Sorrow” by the Soggy Bottom Boys that plays whenever I get paged.
My wife has her ringtone set to Katy Perry “Hot and Cold” when I call her phone, she sets my specific ringtone to this because I can never make up my mind whenever she asks me a question like where we want to go to eat or when I change my mind on something I want to do.
Ironically I had not even heard about the snuggle song from Schnuffel until I did research on Jamster but it sounds like the type of music my kids would like at their age.
I think mobile phones will eventually completely replace the portable music player completely in the near future, there are just too many devices that you have to carry as it is and combining your phone/mp3 player into the same device reduces the amount of items you need to carry with you.
But mobile phones should have an application that can take any full mp3 song and set it to a ringtone (it auto plays the first say 22 seconds or you can type in the minute/second start and end times that serve as the ring tone).
So what do you all have set as your ringtone right now on your phones? Curious to know how many of you are ringing to Justin Bieber or Jay-Z out there.
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