PC app that creates custom iPhone ringtones
- Category General
- License Free
- Version 220.127.116.11
- Size 4.82 MB
- Works under Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 2003 / Windows XP / Windows 2000
- Language English
If you're tired of the default ringtones that come with the iPhone and want something more unique that reflects your individuality, iRinger is the program you want on your PC. While it can let you choose an audio file you want and convert it to an iPhone ringtone, the program does a lot more than that.
A lot of ringtone creator software tools are little more than a virtual MIDI keyboard with a few added canned sound effects. iRinger works differently. It lets you select a song or a video file with an audio track from your PC. You then set the start and end points that you want to use as your new ringtone.
If you're happy with the result, you can use the song clip as is and set it as your phone's ringtone. But there are many sound editing features that come with this software that you can try. Even if you love a song and don't think it can be made any better, adjusting a few settings can make it sound more appealing as a ringtone.
There are plenty of special effects supported by the latest version of iRinger. There are delay, reverse, boost and several other features. You don't need to be an audio editing professional to use them either, as the interface is very straightforward and can be understood by anyone. The program doesn't require you to modify or jailbreak your iPhone to use it either. Once you've edited your new ringtone and are satisfied with the way it sounds, the program lets you export it as a M4R file, which is the format used by the iPhone for ringtones. You then plug in your device to your PC and copy the M4R file to your smartphone with Apple's iTunes.
- Simple to use, no audio editing experience needed.
- Can extract audio from video files too.
- Supports a wide range of special effects to make your ringtones unique.
- Program may become unresponsive for a few seconds while loading a larger file as source.