Ringtone Maker Pro (by Mobile17) “Based on technology from our award-winning web service, you’ll choose from both popular edits generated by users online and options to drag’n’drop fine-tuned editing controls for making your own ringtones in just seconds!”. Ringer is a free online ringtone maker allowing you to make ringtones for iPhone and other mobile phones, right in your browser.
Josh Long/CBS Interactive Long ago, the only way to get custom ringtones on your phone was by purchasing them from your service provider. At about $1-2, this method is still an option today, but luckily, you can now create your own ringtones for free and load them onto your device. With this do-it-yourself method, you'll be able to turn any piece of audio into a ringtone--any part of your favorite song (not just the chorus), or even audio from a YouTube video. If you'd like to do the latter, you can. In any case, make sure you have the audio files for the music you want to turn into ringtones.
When you do, follow the instructions for the appropriate phone and desktop operating system. IPhone Mac Mac users can. The process is straightforward and results in sending your ringtone directly to iTunes. Once your ringtone is in iTunes, simply sync your iPhone, then go to Settings > Sounds on your device to set your new tone. Windows Windows users should use, as it allows you to turn full-length song into a 30-second M4A file, which is Apple's proprietary file extension for iPhone ringtones. Once you've created a ringtone, simply drag and drop it into your iTunes music library. ITunes will automatically add it to the Tones section, which you can find in the left sidebar.