Ringtones are a great way to add some fun and personality to your phone, especially for people who enjoy the uniqueness. Although it is fun to create your own ringtones, we don’t recommend you spend your hard-earned money on any phone accessories. Using the websites below, you’ll be able to get some free ringtones downloaded to your phone in a no time, and some even let you create your own ringtones.
This is one of the better designed webs, although it’s somewhat limited in terms of functionality. Popular Ringtones comes with a fairly easy to use interface, and you can select from a wide range of choices made available by the ưeb makers. In addition to offering ringtones, the web also lets you choose from a fresh selection of wallpapers.
Once you’ve picked the tune of your choice, you can set it as your default ringtone, or assign it to a particular contact as well as set as alarm tone. All of this can be achieved right within the web , although you may need to provide system and device permissions to the web.
Over 25 categories of completely free ringtones are available at Tones7. You can find both MP3 and M4R downloads here, which means they work on iPhone, iPad, Android, and other devices.
Every download page lets you listen to the ringtone and see its details, like the file size, number of downloads, description, genre, and user comments.
The list of most popular ringtones on Tones7 is a great place to start if you’re not sure which genre to choose. They also have a page for newly added ringtones.
Much like some of the other ringtones sites from this list, Melofania lets you edit your own music files to create a custom ringtone, as well as simply download ringtones created by other users.
The ringtone editor is really easy to use because you can drag the clip section around the music file, choosing exactly what part of the song should be made into a ringtone.
In addition to making your own ringtone, you can search or browse through ones created by others like by the artist name or by a section just for featured ringtones. If you’re not sure where to start, see the top ringtones downloaded at Melofania.
When you’re ready to download a ringtone from Melofania, you can select one of two file types that will work with iPhone, Android, and other phones.
Ringer doesn’t offer ringtones for you to browse through and download. Instead, it’s merely a ringtone maker that allows audio files to be uploaded to the site and edited. You can upload MP3, WAV, WMA, and some other types of audio files.
The ringtones you make at Ringer can be any length, and choosing the selection out of the audio file is really easy to manipulate by either dragging the edges of the selection or choosing the exact time the ringtone should start and end.
Ringer also lets you adjust the volume of the ringtone before you download it.
When finished, just choose which format to save it as (MP3 or M4R) and then select the MAKE RINGTONE button to have Ringer adjust the audio file like you specified so that you can download it to your computer.
MyTinyPhone has over half a million free ringtones that you can browse through by category, date added, and popularity, and there are numerous ways to download them.
After you find the ringtone you want, you can have it sent to your phone as an attachment or URL, saved to your computer as an MP3, or downloaded as an M4R file for use on iOS devices.
If you’ve been to MyTinyPhone before, you might like the new ringtones section to find the newest additions. The most popular ringtones area is also fun.
If you register for a free account at MyTinyPhone, you can upload your own MP3s to turn them into ringtones. When doing so, you have the option to keep the ringtone private or to share it with other MyTinyPhone users.
If you’re on an Android device, you can use the MyTinyPhone mobile app to download the free ringtones.
The free ringtones at ToneTweet are available as a massive list you can scroll through, or you can search through them by keyword. There are also categories that separate the ringtone downloads, such as Rock, Games, Funky, Christmas, Halloween, Message, Animals, and Marimba.
These free ringtones can be sorted by popularity, the newest that were added to the site, and average rating. When you decide on the ringtone you want to use for your device, you can preview the sound and see how many downloads it’s received so far.
There are two download links on every download page, but only the MP3 one seems to consistently work.