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Roll Your Own Ringtones, MMS, and More

Roll Your Own Ringtones, MMS, and More

Motorola has announced StudioMoto, a site where a user can mix up text, video, sound effects, graphics, and download it to their phone.

Studio Moto connects you to some of today and tomorrow's biggest music artists- through their music, Motorola technology, and your own imagination.

Or so says the promotional quote. I checked it out and the concept is interesting. Why? Because it's a hack that lets you mix content in a way that you like, for your own small level of customization. Sure, I'd rather it be a tool to use with ANY content, but this is a great move in that direction. You decide.

StudioMoto – from [Motorola.com] via [MocoNews.net]

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Published on January 27, 2020

The Lifehack Show: How Exercise Slows Aging with Judy Foreman

The Lifehack Show: How Exercise Slows Aging with Judy Foreman

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