A tool to quickly make a ringtone for your iPhone / iPad in just a few simple steps.
Created ringtones can be used on both iOS and MacOSX devices, e.g. iPhone, iPad, iMac.
You may import ringtones to your device using iTunes, just drag and drop your created ringtone to the iTunes app and sync your device to get the sound there.
Fixed few issues.
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Yes, You Can Still Make Custom Ringtone after Apple Removed the Apps Tab from iTunes
So this is my first and probably only review ever — this app just works!
If you are here because you can no longer make your custom ringtone after Apple removed the Apps tabs from iTunes, this app is for you. Here is what you do: (a) make a ringtone on your Mac with the app (super easy), (b) save the ringtone to your desktop, (c) connect your iPhone your Mac, (d) launch iTunes on your Mac, and (e) drag the ringtone file from your desktop and drop it into the “On My Device” tab (found on the left-bottom side of iTunes—and that’s it! It takes no more than a minute or two to do this. Then you simply go to “Setting" on your iPhone and find your Ringtone under “Sounds.”
All the rumors out there that say you can no longer upload your custom ringtone should not be believed until you try this App and the steps above.
5 Stars for the Developer for ease of use. This app rocks!!!
Doesn't get any easier than this.
Instead of trying to remember what each beep, blat and ding-dong sound means, I recorded simple words like "Mail call" and "New messge" and "Reminder". I opened iTunes and navigated to "Tones" on my iPhone. Then I dragged the first of the new audio files to this little app window and clicked "Play" to make sure it was the one I wanted, and then clicked "Make!" Almost instantly new icon appeared in the window. I dragged the icon to the "Tones" folder and two seconds later it became one of my ringtones. Nice job Mr Chevtaev, and thank you!
This was pretty easy. I didn’t find the “my device” option at the bottom of iTunes, but I did find tones when I selected my phone on iTunes. All other directions were correct...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.