Are you tired of the default ringtones that are pre-installed in your iPhone?
We all have our favorite music, let's say a bit from movie or album, that we wish to set it as a ringtone in our smartphone, right?
Meanwhile, changing the ringtone according to user preference is one way of customizing their mobile phones.
If you are an Android user, setting a ringtone on your mobile is just a cake walk. You can simply go to Settings → Music → Songs → Set as ringtone.
But what if you are an iPhone user? You have to import the file, sync the ringtone and drag it into the folder, all with the help of iTunes for which you need to know in-depth about the software. Seems Complicated right?
Don't worry folks! We got you a way out for all these complications, to add a nice little touch of customization for your iPhone and create your own ringtone from any songs you like the most.
Do swirl through the sliders below and let us know about your experience in the comment section below.
Import or download the song to your iPhone device music library, that you wish to set as your ringtone.
Download GarageBand app on your iPhone via App store and select the '+' sign to start a new project.
It starts from here!
Now, import the song by choosing any of the instruments in the section and tap the view button followed by the Loop button on the top right.
Select the song
Select the song, which you need to set as a ringtone. (Note: Only the songs which is highlighted in black can be added, not the grayed one.)
Make sure you trim the appealing part of the song
Import the song into the GarageBand by tapping and holding it for a second. You can increase the length of the ringtone by adding more bar to your tracks. Further, you can trim or cut off the songs from both the sides by sliding in or out.
Save your creation
After you created your desired ringtone, go 'My Songs', where it is automatically saved. You can rename as you want by tapping on to the title.
Set as ringtone
Here comes the last step. Just tap and hold the thumbnail of the song, till the menu option appears. Then tap the Share icon followed by Ringtones icon and export it.
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