When I am out of the office or not required to set my phone in silent mode, I would always like to hear my special ringtone when my phone rings. I have talked about how to add custom ringtones to iPhone in my previous article, this time I will share you with some online ringtone makers. With them, you are able to create ringtones for both Android and iOS devices, without installing any app or software to your device/PC.
Let's check out what are these online ringtone makers and how they work. Read the following content to find the one you prefer.
ringtonemaker.com is an Android and iPhone ringtone maker, which helps you create a ringtone in three steps. Upload your music files from PC, trim the part you want to keep, and then export it in the format supported on your device. It is mp3 for Android phone and m4r for iPhone. The tool is quite straightforward, without any extra features. It is enough for basic edits.
ringtone-converter.com is another online ringtone maker for both Android phones and iPhones. It supports cutting an MP3/MP4 file into any length and then exporting it in mp4 or m4r format. The good thing is that it can export ringtone in two formats at one time if you own both an Android device and an iPhone.
mp3cut.net is an audio cutter and it can trim an audio file easily without any special skills required. Though the name indicates it is an MP3 cutter, it can also extract sound from a video, making it possible to convert YouTube to ringtone. Besides, the tool allows you to add fade-in/out effect to your sound. One thing that impressed me is the tool supports exporting audios in various formats, including m4a, mp3, m4r, flac, and wav.
Another online ringtone maker I found is ringer.org. It allows you to make a custom ringtone from a song in the format of AAC, FLAC, M4A, MP3, OGG, WAV, and WMA. It doesn't write MP4, but it reads the soundtrack from the video I uploaded. So you can make a ringtone from a video. It can also export MP3/M4R, namely a ringtone for Android and iPhone. Its UI is extremely similar to ringtonemaker.com. I am not sure if there is any connection between the two sites.
If you want to edit your ringtone in a more professional way, you can try BearAudioTool.com. It provides options to cut, crop, merge, and split your audio files. Besides uploading files on your PC or device, you can open files in URL format. As this tool provides many options, the UI looks complex and the operation is not as easy as other tools we listed above. However, if you want to have a good or special effect on your ringtone, you can try it.
Another online ringtone maker that emphasizes simpleness is ringtonemakerwiz.com, which has the simplest UI. You upload your audio in MP3 format, then move the sliders to select the part you want to keep and export the ringtone in the needed format according to your device type. I have tried to upload a video in MP4, it shows "unsupported media type." Thus it can only convert mp3 to iPhone ringtone.
That's all the online ringtone makers I want to introduce to you. After you've created a ringtone with any of the sites above, you need to transfer the ringtone from your PC to your device. For Android users, you can get this done easily via a USB cable. For iPhone users, you need to use iTunes or an iPhone data transfer tool.
If you don't mind installing software on your PC, here you can create a ringtone and add it to your iPhone with a single tool EaseUS Ringtone Editor.
EaseUS Ringtone Editor is an all-in-one ringtone maker for iPhone. It supports converting audio and videos into M4R format. It covers most features we mentioned in the article. Besides, there are options to add recordings and emoji sounds to make your ringtone personalized and unique. Once you are satisfied with the ringtone, you can export it directly to the iPhone connected to your PC. You will save a lot of work and time with it.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to the computer > Run EaseUS Ringtone Editor > Drag and drop the music file to the editing bar, or you can select a song from your computer by clicking "Browse."
Step 2. Rearrange and shorten the length of the song by dragging the slider to the start and stop time of the song you wish to use as a ringtone > Click "Clip" to proceed.
Step 3. After clipping, you can add recordings and sound effects like fade-in/fade-out and emojis sound to the clip. Once it's done, click "Export."
Step 4. You can choose "Push to iPhone" to export your edited ringtone to your device or choose "Save to Disk" to save it on your computer.