Ringtone Maker – create ringtones with your music 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 9.3K Ratings
    • Free



Ringtone Maker is the easiest app to create custom ringtones! Just choose your beloved iPod song, swipe the audio wave to select the perfect clip, and then your ringtone is ready! Incredibly easy and fast!

Key Features:
- Easily control start time and end time
- Accurate forward bottom & back bottom
- Fade in and out
- Minimalistic user interface designs

Please Note: You’ll need to sync with iTunes to get Ringtones into the Settings section of your iPhone. It’s a unified technical requirement for all the ringtone apps. Don’t worry. We provide graphic and video tutorials on how to do it easy and fast!

What’s New

Version 1.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

* Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
9.3K Ratings

9.3K Ratings

UmLuv ,

Good App - one small issue

This app is overall excellent. My one issue is this: when I’m selecting the segment of a song to be a ringtone, typically I'm trying to have it start and stop in a particular spot. When I’m adjusting, I can’t move the bar as it’s playing the segment back to me to (for instance) fast forward to the end of the 30 second clip to make sure I like where my ending is at. I have to listen to the whole 30 seconds before deciding to change anything at the end. I typically have to do this several times and wait for the entire segment to play out. Somewhat frustrating but tolerable. Hoping this can be fixed within the app. Otherwise, great app.

Ryebird ,

No longer compatible with iPhone!

Easy to use! Does a good job editing down homemade ringtones to size, but, following the step-by-step tutorial to load onto a iPhone proved fruitless. I contacted apple support. They informed me that with the iOS 11.1 upgrade, you can no longer upload ringtones that are acquired from a source other than iTunes. Apple did this intentionally! Since virtually all ringtone making apps require you to load your created ringtones into iTunes so that they can be synced into the “tones” section of your iTunes, then synced into your iPhone, Apple has now made it impossible to sync the ringtones back into your iPhone. They did this by eliminating the “tones” section of the iTunes app. “Tones” section appears on your iPhone, but can only receive ringtones purchased from the iTunes Store. Apple kind of screwed all of the ringtone maker app makers that offer their apps on the App Store. The completed ringtones will go onto the desktop of your computer, but there is no place (“Tones” section) to load it back into your iTunes library. You can transfer the ringtones directly into the “Tones” section of your iPhone when the iPhone is synced to your computer, but only the file name syncs. No data transfers. Not only did the process of creating and syncing a ringtone not work, I also lost 23 previously created ringtones that I dearly loved. It’s not this app creator’s fault! It’s Apple’s fault!!

M'lis ,

So easy!

Read some of the other reviews and was skeptical, but this works perfectly. I have an iPhone X and a MacBook Pro. Some helpful tips: 1) you can’t hear the song on the app, so it really helps to listen to the song on iTunes on the computer and figure out your 30 second segment (you can see the time at the top where it shows what’s playing) and then pick that segment for your tone. 2) once you’ve made the tone, you will need to either airdrop it or email to get it to your computer and then save it somewhere handy. 3) make sure your phone is plugged into your computer and that you can see the phone’s menu in iTunes. Hold down Control and drag the .m4r file into the tones menu until you see the green plus sign. It’s then added to your phone and you can go to settings and find it in your ringtones. 4) don’t get as addicted as I am. 5) have fun!

App Privacy

The developer, JINMIN ZHOU, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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