Do you remember those Nokia phones where you will create your own personal ringtones and then add vibrations as you pleased? Did you ever wonder if it were possible on Android? It is true that while many of us don’t really like to leave the cellphone on vibrate, rather most of us don’t want the phone to vibrate, this particular application might change all that for you given the fact that it makes cellphone vibrations so much more fun. The application goes by the name of Vybe which is a simple concept of creating your own unique vibrate patterns.


This application will allow you to create and select a vibration pattern which can essentially be different for every contact on your contact list. Interesting thoughts, but your sense of touch needs to be heightened at all times in order to gather those minor changes in your compositions in order to help guess who might be calling. Once you open the application, you will notice a big circle in the middle of the screen. Tapping that big circle, vibrations can be recorded. You will have a playback button to hear what you recorded. There is another button dedicated to allowing you to assign the vibration to a contact. The concept is really easy and simple, yet it is quite brilliant at the same time. You will also be able to watch a tutorial when you initially startup which can later be accessed via settings within the application again, in case you forget how to use the app.

The application is very high acclaimed in major blogs for example CNET, thedroidclub etc. The user interface is quite easy to understand and play with. The application is very clean and polished and should work flawlessly without a glitch. If you are attracted to the idea of having custom vibrations, then this one is especially for you. The application is available for free but as with most applications, the free version supports ads and all you need to do to fix that is head on over to the Google Play Store and buy vybe unlocker for a mere £0.65. Both the versions of this application should be compatible with Android devices running Android 2.2 or higher and should pose no problem when it comes to functionality. One thing you must keep in mind is that if you have longer vibrate patterns, the battery will go down really quick. Let us know what you think and we will keep you updated on our part.

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