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Geek Tip: Make Free Cell Ringtones With Audiko

My relationship with custom ringtones is rocky. Like 67 percent of geeksugar readers, I use them occasionally (mostly for humor purposes) but hearing catchy tunes coming from inside my coworker's purse can grind my gears. You can keep things contemporary and hip on the cheap with audiko, a free web service that will allow you to make ringtones out of any songs in your music library or download from its large collection of songs.

All you have to do is search the site for your desired song, then download the file to your desktop (so you can transfer to your phone) or save as an iPhone ringtone by adding to your iTunes. If the ringtone you want isn't available, you can create a custom one by uploading your song, cut the clip you want and download it to your phone. Just do yourself a favor and make sure you activate Locale when you get invited to hang out with the president.

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LOVErickii LOVErickii 7 years
you can create ringtones straight from itunes in just a few steps, no need for external sites!!
MissMarisol MissMarisol 7 years
I have a few ring tones but I mostly keep mine on a pretty standard ring. I use the custom ringtones more for my morning alarm.
Happsmjc Happsmjc 7 years
like margo i have been making my own ringtones straight from itunes for takes a few minutes but is worth it....i don't do it as much as i used to though!
esmerb esmerb 7 years
I LOVE audiko! They are SO easy and fun to use!
margokhal margokhal 7 years
Uh - though I know people were freaked out about upgrading iTunes because Apple supposedly took the song splicing feature away, I can STILL make free ringtones right in iTunes and upload them directly to my phone via Bluetooth. No need for this for me right now, though it's good to know (just in case they DO block the feature at some point)!
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 7 years
i use Goldwave to do pretty much the same thing. Its easy, and fast. All you do is drag a song from you music folder into goldwave, you edit the song and then upload it to your phone.
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