How to create a ringtone for your smartphone
Some years ago the market for the sale of Ringtones was a force that shook the Music industry, it is estimated that meant between 6% and 10% of their profits in the world, despite its somewhat absurd prices: A song could cost a dollar but the ringtone easily double. But now create your own ringtone is a fairly simple process (except for Apple products). This article explains how to install a ringtone on your phone and order of the list is the most complex to the simplest:
On an iPhone:
There is no simple way and without resorting to iTunes to put a ringtone to a phone from Apple, however, and to facilitate the task, there is a free application called MakeTones that will not only cut any topic of your phone with an ideal length for use as a ringtone, whose maximum time is 40 seconds because there is the call-but also the internet looking for the issue and suggests, based on its popularity, the most common site where users cut the audio.
When you have cut the subject and must enter into iTunes, select your iPhone and go to the Applications tab. Transgressest MakeTones and select the ringtone file from your iTunes. Its format. M4r (whose difference with the audio file. M4a is only in the last letter of its extension) is immediately recognized as a ringtone, and then only need to drag it back to the iPhone.
In a cell phone with Windows Phone 7:
Within Zune simply select the item on the computer that you want to use as a ringtone, and the menu right click select ‘edit’. In the window that opens you have to change the gender of the song “RINGTONE” and synchronize with the phone.
If you want to skip this mess is a free application called EASYRING & Music , delivering you the option to download songs from YouTube, SoundCloud, beemp3.com and many more. Then you can edit the song by selecting your long and immediately set it as ringtone in a fairly easy, all from the application.
In a phone with Android:
The file must be in. Mp3 or. Aac and just copy it to your phone ringtone. This may vary depending on the model but in all Android is available and visible.
To do this directly from the phone, one can use the open source app Ringdroid (although only available between 1.6 and 2.7.x versions of Android), and most current models, the application MP3 Ringtone Maker download themes online, you possible to edit mp3 and then leave the phone set to sound as a ringtone. Simple.
Link: Geek to Live: Make a ringtone from MP3 Any (LifeHacker)Tags: Music, music applications, Ringtones