Monikker - Your face your call

MonikkerWith the new Monikker service, you can choose how you want to identify yourself to your friend. By allowing you to choose the ringtone that your friend's Monikker-enabled mobile phone displays, Monikker puts the power of Caller ID in your hands weather to impress your friends or to "irritate them" as it is said on their website.

"A lot of phones let you pick the ringtone used when someone calls you, but when you think about it, that's starting at the wrong end - you would like to decide how your calls are announced. That's what's new and interesting about monikker."

The only way this service to work is to get as many of your friends as possible to use it. It is something new and I might say it sounds interesting.

The application is currently available for Symbian (all Nokia Nseries and other S60 phones) and Windows Mobile but it is planed to be released for other mobile operating systems and even mobile JAVA.

About Monikker
"About 17 people work full and part-time on monikker in Melbourne, Australia, Brisbane, Australia and Amman, Jordan. We're a diverse bunch, including people from Australia, Jordan, Russia, China, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland and Singapore. Our main office is upstairs in a laneway full of cafes, so lunch is never a problem. It features several Futurama posters and a number of people with coffee habits way beyond healthy." They sure sound cool by what can be read at their "about us" page.

You can get Monikker for free at




Found under: Monikker, Monikker for Symbian, Monikker for Nokia

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Published on 21.02.2008 in Symbian Freeware Blog

Comments: Monikker - Your face your call

Posted by Mehmet on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 07:46
Thank you Ari for your comment on the meliimudta aspect of the device. Just wanted to be clear, that while I am disapointed in its current capabilities, I am very happy with the browsing experience, as well as the gizmo and gtalk applications.I hope I'm not wrong in saying I think the N800 has a lot of potential, and that having to move forward with replacing older hardware will always bring about grumpy users. People seem to expect a capital driven company to provide free updates for years and years and that just isn't feasable. If you want to put money into the Maemo crew's pocket so they can develop the platform and move forward, you do that by buying their newer products. I'd expect that after a few hardware revisions, Nokia will have the platform portable enough to move between models more easily.So again, thanks for running this blog and letting us know whats going on! (PS. Improve the video playback, lol)
Posted by Josef on Wednesday, December 31, 2014 18:46
I must say, as a lot as I enjoyed rediang what you had to say, I couldnt help but lose interest after a while. Its as if you had a wonderful grasp on the subject matter, but you forgot to include your readers. Perhaps you should think about this from far more than one angle. Or maybe you shouldnt generalise so considerably. Its better if you think about what others may have to say instead of just going for a gut reaction to the subject. Think about adjusting your own believed process and giving others who may read this the benefit of the doubt.
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Posted by Edder on Saturday, January 10, 2015 09:09
I had been wondering if you ever thugoht of changing the layout of your site? Its very well written; I love what youve got to state. But maybe you can include a little more in the way of content so people can connect to it better. You have got an awful lot of wording for only having one or two photos. Maybe you can space it out better?

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