Free ringtone websites are plentiful, but quality free ringtone websites are few and far between. I've sorted through all the clutter and picked the top ten best free ringtone sites you can use to download free ringtones. Even though all of these sites offer free mobile ringtones, please be sure to check the fine print so you don't incur any unnecessary charges.
First top five ringtone sites:
Audiko is extremely easy to use. You can upload your favorite song from your computer or enter in a specific URL for Audiko to detect, choose the best fragment of the song that you'd like to have as your ringtone, and then download it to your mobile phone. You can also create free message tones.
2. Zedge Zedge is a community driven site for people who love to find free ringtones online and share them with others. There are literally hundreds of thousands of free ringtones here, and Zedge makes it simple to find and create them. You can get Samsung ringtones, Motorola ringtones Verizon ringtones, Cingular ringtones, Sprint ringtones and more importantly, they are real ringtones!
3. Make Own Ringtone This is a simple, yet powerful, ringtone maker. Just upload your song or clip, figure out where you want the ringtone to start and end, figure out the filters and sound quality, and then convert it to mp3 free ringtones.
4. Myxer It's simple to use, and costs absolutely nothing. In addition, there are some pretty fantastic ringtones to take advantage of here. 5. Phone Zoo PhoneZoo offers a lot of great free ringtones. You do have to sign up for a (free) PhoneZoo account in order to download them. PhoneZoo also makes it easy for you to create and upload your own custom ringtones, even making your own voice a ringtone is an option.
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6. Rare Earth Tones
RareEarthTones comes from the Center for Biological Diversity. There are a number of free ringtones available here for download, anything from gray wolves to cricket ringtones!
7. Apple and GarageBand Apple has put together a simple tutorial on how to create your own ringtones. You'll need GarageBand 4.1.1 and iTunes in order to put this together, but it's very simple to pull off. 8. Mobile 17 Mobile17 turns your images and music into custom mobile ringtones and wallpapers for your cellphone, all for free.