We have a deal on iRingg Ringtone Creator for Mac, an app that let’s you create ringtones for your iPhone on your Mac. It also offers direct to iPhone transfer, so that in one-click, you can wirelessly transfer your new ringtone into iPhone’s default ringtones section. Plus, it lets you create ringtones from audio you find on the Internet. This Mac app is $9.95 through our deal, half off retail.
San Jose – Jeff Gamet sits down with Josh Brown from Softorino to talk about Apple’s WWDC announcements, and the state of managing content on our iPhones and iPads.
Reddit user u/ILIJAC recently made a post about how he created special iOS ringtones. Mr. Cvetkovski is a sound designer and wanted ringtones that used the full potential of the iPhone X. He did this by testing the frequency range of the iPhone X speakers, and designed the ringtones with a specific EQ and limiter. By using pink noise, he figured out the frequencies in which the speakers sound distorted, and leveled them. Then he boosted the other frequencies where the loudness level is greater. This results in ringtones that are clean and at the maximum safe level the iPhone X allows. All of Mr. Cvetkovski’s ringtones are free to download here.
There are plenty of places to get iPhone ringtones aside from iTunes. We’ve found three apps that have cool ringtones and alert tones.
It turns out, being able to get rid of those unused ringtones doesn’t require third-party software or hacks after all.
It took some digging and searching, but Jeff Butts found out how to get back those purchased ringtones, almost by accident.