Custom iPhone ringtones are kind of dull and unoriginal. At some point, you just get tired of hearing the same ringtones day after day. How to change this? How can you put MP3 as ringtone on iPhone if you have some cool tones on your PC?
The answer is pretty simple. If you no longer want to use default iPhone ringtones, one option is to pay for custom tones from, let’s say, the iTunes store and then sync these ringtones on your iPhone.
Well, many users tend to change their ringtone several times a month or week so this is going to be quite an expensive pleasure. To save some money, you can simply create a cool ringtone yourself! Transferring it as an M4R file to your iPhone and setting it as a ringtone is the easiest part. Just follow this step-by-step guide below.
Transfer MP3 to iPhone with Apowersoft Smartphone Manager
iTunes has the option to convert any part of a song (or a full song) into a ringtone. Though, it’s a tough thing to do and manage. If you don’t want to use iTunes for creating an M4R ringtone, try Apowersoft Smartphone Manager. This is the perfect media management app that helps you transfer videos, music, docs, etc. between your PC and Apple device.
Plus, it also allows mobile data management, backups, restoration, and erasure.
Here’s how to use Apowersoft Smartphone Manage to convert MP3 to iPhone ringtone in a few clicks:
- Download & install the app on your PC.
- Connect your iPhone to a computer via USB; after starting the program, a pop-up on your iPhone will ask you to tap “Trust” to set up a connection.
- Go to the “Music” tab in the main interface and choose “Ringtone” > “Import” and add any music you want. The transfer process will start immediately and be done in a matter of few seconds.
Manually convert MP3 as ringtone on iPhone
All done! You’ll find all MP3 songs synced on your iPhone. Unlock your iPhone, go to “Settings” > “Sounds” > “Ringtones” and find a new ringtone. Set it up and voila!
Tip: If you want to set different ringtones for various contacts in your list, go to the Contacts app, select a specific person, click “Edit” and customize it in the “Ringtone” section.
Now you can customize your iPhone ringtones with no hassle. Your created ringtone has no time limit so you can add even a full song as a tone. iTunes, surely, enables putting ringtones on iPhone in the correct M4R ringtone format too. However, the downside is that the ringtone created cannot be longer than 30 seconds.
Now, with this simple guide, you can make your iPhone even more personalized and differentiate yourself from other people with the same ringtone you can hear from every corner. Try these tips yourself and stay tuned!