WEFOUNDringtones for android


Long ago, the only way to get custom ringtones on your phone was by purchasing them from your service provider. At about $1-2, this method is still an option today, but luckily, you can now create your own ringtones for free and load them onto your device.

With this do-it-yourself method, you'll be able to turn any piece of audio into a ringtone--any part of your favorite song (not just the chorus), or even audio from a YouTube video. If you'd like to do the latter, you can extract audio from any YouTube video using this tutorial .

In any case, make sure you have the audio files for the music you want to turn into ringtones. When you do, follow the instructions for the appropriate phone and desktop operating system.

Long ago, the only way to get custom ringtones on your phone was by purchasing them from your service provider. At about $1-2, this method is still an option today, but luckily, you can now create your own ringtones for free and load them onto your device.

With this do-it-yourself method, you'll be able to turn any piece of audio into a ringtone--any part of your favorite song (not just the chorus), or even audio from a YouTube video. If you'd like to do the latter, you can extract audio from any YouTube video using this tutorial .

In any case, make sure you have the audio files for the music you want to turn into ringtones. When you do, follow the instructions for the appropriate phone and desktop operating system.

Ringdroid is a free app that lets you make ringtones on your Android phone. You can use it to edit songs that are in your music library or record audio and edit that as a ringtone. The outputted creations can be set for use as an alarm, a notification or, of course, a ringtone.

Using Ringdroid to make ringtones is a very simple process. When you start the program a list of all the music on your device is displayed and you just tap on a track to open it in the editor. This editor displays a waveform representing the song you selected, and you can review the track using the Play, Back and Forward buttons. Selecting the chunk you want to use as your ringtone is as simple as dragging the sliders to the start and end points you want. There's a handy zoom function to help you out if you need it.

Ringdroid also includes a feature for recording sounds then launching them into the editor. Again, this is very easy to do, and it even includes a gage to check the sound input levels.


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