How to Customize Ringtones on Your iPhone

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    Drusilla Eulalia

    During the first year of the iPhone’s release, Apple had a pretty limited selection of ringtones to choose from. Among those were the popular marimba and strum ringtones. While they were great, they didn’t have a lot of customization options. For those with a little more savvy, there are ways to customize the ringtones on your iPhone.

    One of the best ways to make custom klingeltöne is to use GarageBand. It’s free, but will take up approximately 1.6GB of space on your phone. You can also record your own voice and add it to the ringtone. However, be careful about using songs that have DRM. You’ll need to unplug the USB cable from your computer before you can play the song on your iPhone.

    Another way to make a ringtone is to import a song into your iTunes library. To do this, you’ll need to select the album or folder that contains the music you want to import. You can import a single song, a playlist, or an entire album. In addition, you can transfer your iTunes library to your iPhone. Depending on what you plan on doing, it may be easier to use a desktop computer to do this. You can also download podcasts and move them to your iPhone.

    You can also create a custom ringtone by using the Voice Memos app. This app allows you to record your own voice and add it to your ringtone. If you record your voice on the phone, you can then play the recording back in Spotify or other music apps. This can also help you identify a contact without looking at your phone.

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