Being an iPhone user is nothing to be ashamed of, especially if you’re all for the chic silhouette that the half eaten fruit has designed. Nonetheless, it’s undeniable that there are some features that have been found lacking in the phone and leaves many wondering if Steve Jobs and his developers really haven’t thought of it.
In this case, it has created an annoyance for its users as the phone doesn’t allow an option for users to change their text message tones. We’ll never know if it’s within one of Steve’s many marketing gimmicks, but Apple phone users are now able to change their tones with a simple application. For those who are interested they should check out ToneFXs 2.0 at Efiko Software.
Though there’s a forewarning for those who want to try the ToneFXs 2.0 application, it may require users to jailbreak their phone. It may not be a thing to be concerned about for some users, but those who haven’t exceed their warranty period may need to think twice. Jailbreak is a simple way of lifting the restrictions so that a third party application could be installed. As long as the application is recommended by other users with positive reviews and ratings then you can be sure it is safe to use.
The features that comes with the application is not just the fundamentals of picking a nice audio that users may want to notify them of a message, but to go beyond that and be able to shuffle different audio tracks or edit them to make a unique audio of their own. As there’s currently a wide user base, there are many advanced tricks tutorials and feedbacks that could be found online too.