Ringer - Ringtone Maker

Ringer - Ringtone Maker for PC and Mac

Published by Pixel Research Labs, Inc. on 2023-10-18

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.8.5
  • Category: Music
  • Licence: $7.99
  • Software version: 2.0.5
  • File size: 12.73 MB

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Ringer Overview

What is Ringer? Ringer is a Mac app that allows users to easily create custom ringtones using music, movies, and videos. It features a built-in iTunes navigator, waveform display, and support for fade-in, fade-out, and ringtone gap. Users can preview their ringtone before importing it into iTunes and syncing it to their iPhone. Ringer can also create ringtones for Android and some other phones. However, songs protected with DRM cannot be used, and ringtones must be imported into iTunes and synced to the phone before they can be used.


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Ringer - Ringtone Maker Features and Description

1. Use any non-protected file from your iTunes library or any media file on your Windows to create a custom ringtone for your iPhone.

2. - Auto volume support makes sure that quiet parts of a song can still be used as a ringtone.

3. That's it! Your ringtone is now imported into iTunes and ready to sync to your iPhone.

4. Check to see if your phone can use a .m4a file as a ringtone.

5. Move the selection over the part you want to use as your ringtone.

6. - Preview your ringtone exactly as it will sound on your phone.

7. The easiest ringtone maker available for the Windows.

8. - Zoom in to choose the start and end of your ringtone with sub-second accuracy.

9. - Built in iTunes navigator lets you quickly find your song.

10. - Use the waveform to help you find the right part of your song.

11. Make as many as you want, there is no limit to the number of ringtones you can make with Ringer.


  • - Very simple and intuitive to use
  • - Works just like it should
  • - Easiest way to make ringtones
  • - Quick response to customer issues
  • - Media browser lets you know ahead which iTunes songs are locked
  • - Select the song and it auto reads your iTunes library
  • - Keeps you out of trouble by limiting you to a max of 40 seconds
  • - Allows you to take any of your songs in iTunes and create the ringtones you want

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Ringer - Ringtone Maker - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Blatay

    Still works! (Just not as easily.)

    Previous review: Very simple, intuitive. Works just like it should. Easiest way I can imagine to make ringtones. I had a problem with version 2.0. I posted it on the website and within hours v. 2.0.1 was posted with a fix. Maybe lucky timing, but it looked like extraordinary support. Current review: This is mostly in response to reviews saying that it no longer works with iOS11. It isn’t nearly as easy or intuitive as it used to be, but that’s Microsoft’s doing, and I don’t think there’s a lot the developer can do about it. It does still work. 1. Follow the old instructions for creating your ringtone. 2. Within the app, under the “File” menu, you will see “Show Ringtones in Finder.” That will open a folder where you will see the ringtone you just made. (Along with all the ringtones you’ve made.) 3. Plug in your phone and open iTunes. Do not select your phone. 4. On the left iTunest has a list that should include “Devices” and your phone should be listed there. One of the items listed in your phone is “Tones”. Select that. It will give you a list of your tones. 5. Drag and drop the tone you created in ringer into the list and sync. Tone is now on your phone. Incidentally, you can now ad all those tones you’ve created with Ringer that Microsoft so kindly deleted, presumably to encourage you to buy new ones.

  • By Riptide360

    Polished app for making iPhone ringtones from music & movies

    I appreciate how Pixel Research has kept this app up to date. Most of my other ringtone apps don’t get updated so if you are in doubt choose this one. Media browser lets you know ahead which iTunes songs are locked, most aren’t, but some are if you bought them back in the day before Microsoft unlocked them. Select the song - it auto reads your itunes library. Set an in point and out point. It keeps you out of trouble by limiting you to a max of 40 seconds (the longest ringtone Microsoft allows). Preview, adjust and then hit create. It shows up in your iTunes Ringtones library and next time you do a local sync with your iphone it gets transferred. Feature improvements: - Let the preview keep rolling while the user moves the in or out point. It makes editing easier. - Let users scrub on audio in the set in/out area. I’m usually trying to nail the entrance or exit and having to wait for the whole thing to preview is tedious. - Add the ability to share a ringtone with your friends. Map the SHARE function built into OS X so I can send my custom ringtone to friends. - Create some custom tags for Ringer so I can see folks tweet, Instagram, etc their ringtones with others.

  • By Mytmunch_3

    10Xs the Ringer

    Ringer has allowed me to take any of my songs in iTunes and create the ringtones I want for anyone and everyone on my list. Had major hesitations about purchasing a “ring tone maker” after some of the reviews I’ve seen on them and their compatability with Microsoft products, specifically newer Microsoft products like my Xs. However, worry not. Things work very well. It took a little playing with it to understand fully how to create and upload the new tone to my phone, but once that was figured out things work very smoothly. I highly recommend “Ringer Ringtone Maker” to my fellow iPhone users.

  • By Mrfixit74403

    What a disappointment !!!

    First of all let me say my issued is not with the Ringer - Ringtone maker but with Microsoft!! It is shameful that they continue to market this app for the Windows when they know full well that after you buy it and install it you will be unable to use it. Yes, they have removed the ability to save the newly created ringtones to the Tones folder and then install them on your iPhone. With their latest iTunes updates they have removed the Tones folder forcing us to purchase ringtones from them!!! Upon receiving my new iPhone X i could not even transfer my favorite ringtones I had enjoyed using for years to my new phone because of this. So my advice is be fore you waste your money as I did. Stop and make sure you will actually be able to use the tones you createwith this program !

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