How to Download Ringtones for iPhone

There is that top 40 tune that you just can’t get out of your head, or there is a classic that gets you all nostalgic and tingly inside. Don’t you wish you could hear it every time you wake up or receive a call or text? Well, you can get your hands on a custom ringtones or custom sounds that you can smile a little about even in the middle of a hectic day.

Well, we are here to give you the guide on how to add ringtones to iPhone. Usually, people cringe at the thought of getting ringtones because they may have to buy or jump through hoops for them, but we will show you just how fun it is to download ringtones for iPhone using Ringtones Rocks and Audiko.

Ringtones Rocks: Step by Step Guide

Now, you may be wondering how you can have your favorite jams on your iPhone smartphone but without computer or without iTunes library.

That is definitely not a problem and you can download ringtones for iPhone using readily available apps such as Audiko.

Using the website Ringtones Rocks and Audiko, it is possible to learn how to get free ringtones on iPhone.

Step 1

You need to visit the Ringtones Rocks song catalog and choose the song you like.

Step 2

Download the Audiko app by clicking on a “download on iTunes” logo or visit the the Audiko website. There, you will be able to sample your favorite songs.

Step 3

Once you do, you can simply download the song and enjoy it.

Audiko: Step by Step Guide

Step 1

Choose the song that you would like to use for your ringtone. You will need to have a copy of this song on your mobile device, on your computer, or preferably both.

Step 2

Open the Audiko app or visit the Audiko website. Both locations offer the same tools.

Step 3

You can upload a song or copy+paste your song’s URL.

Step 4

Choose the part of the song that you just can’t get enough of.

Step 5

Wait to receive the tune on your phone. It’s that simple. Actually, your phone storage is the only limit to how many ringtones you would like to have on your smartphone.

If you are using Audiko App, you will download the ringtone directly from app to iPhone.

The good thing with using Ringtones Rocks and Audiko as the perfect tag team to getting your favorite songs on your phone is that you can choose from top songs in your region, brand new tunes and classic songs.

Get your Ringtone via iTunes

Step 1

For instance, let's say that you like a song and you want it to be your ringtone. You need to get on to your iTunes library and choose the song you want. Next, you will right-click on the song and select Get Info’.

Step 2

This will open a small window where you will click on the Options’ button and take a look at the start-stop options. Now, iTunes will unfortunately not allow you to turn an entire song into a ringtone, but you can pick your favorite part and turn that into your tone. In this case, you can select up to the 30 second mark. Make sure that both boxes are checked before clicking on ok.

Step 3

The song now appears on your playlist and now needs to be converted into a ringtone. For this, you will right-click on ‘Create AAC version’ to achieve this.

Step 4

Now, you will see in the info window that that song extension is .m4a. This needs to change to .m4r and you can do this manually.

Step 5

You will see it in the tones’ list on the top left of the iTunes window. You can now sync your iPhone and voila! You can now make song as an iPhone ringtone! Just remember to convert the original song back to .mp3 format so you don’t lose it.

You can now set song as iPhone ringtone and say goodbye to the boring old ringtones that come with your gadget. Dance your troubles away thanks to these free and simple ways of getting ringtones.

Other options?

It is actually possible to create custom ringtones if you have a musical ear. You can use apps that let you make your own music, save in AAC format and store as a ringtone. The beauty of custom sounds is the fact that your smartphone will sound unique and, who knows, a mobile company may want to buy rights to that tone.

Information is suitable for iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 5C, 6, 6 Plus.