Ringer

Version: 2.0.4 || Release Date: 2014-03-28 || License: Shareware ($3.99) Developer: Pixel Research Labs | App Owner: jsteinme

Create ringtones for your iPhone

Choose any non-protected file from your iTunes library or any media file on your system and turn it into a custom ringtone for your iPhone. Make as many as you want, there is no limit to the number of ringtones you can make with Ringer.

Easily select just the right part of your song to turn into your ringtone. Preview it exactly as it will sound on your phone. When you are ready press the create button and Ringer will make your ringtone and import it into iTunes where it will be ready to sync to your iPhone.

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4 Opinions

This product is great. Very easy and simple to use and at a great price.
But I must say that the best thing about this product is the support you get from the developer. I was having an issue (which turned out to be on my end and NOT the product) so I emailed the developer and with in minutes he emailed me back and then through a series of emails he took time out of his day to help me. So if your on the fence about getting this just do it because the product is worth every penny and you will get unprecedented support from the developer.

I give this software and the support 10 out of 10 stars!!

I love this app! It's stylish and easy; beats the heck out of my old method.

You can grab a song, cut it down, add a lead in/lead out, auto-level the volume, and export it back to your iTunes library in a couple of minutes.

With all the obvious polish and effort that went into building this, I think the price is very reasonable.

Ringer is designed to be a fun, easy to use way to create ringtones for your iPhone. There is no one right way for everyone. If you find another way of creating ringtones to be easier then of course we think you should use that. We hope you will consider trying Ringer out and see what you think for yourself and we thank you for your consideration.

I hope people realise that this can be done for free, very easily, in Garagebands... Lovely integration with iTunes.

$15 is a joke.