Because we love to attach a different ringtone to specific callers. Or, simply customize our ringtone to match a particular mood. Mac users have a dozen ringtone makers to choose from, but only one has the name Ringtones. If you’ve never made your own iPhone ringtones, this is the one to try.
What sets Ringtones apart from others isn’t the long list of options. It’s the ease of use. Simply pull a song into Ringtones from iTunes on your Mac. It supports most audio formats, including MP3, MP4, AAC, AIFF, WAV, and others.
Select the song or audio clip you want to use as a ringtone. Then, simply use the slider bar to find the section of audio you want, preview it, then click Send to iTunes.
Ringtones can set up ringtones to play from half a second to up to 40 seconds by using the Looping setting. Audio clips can also have a fade in and fade out added to the beginning and end of the clip.
Click the Preview button to hear the ringtone before sending it to iTunes (it will sync with your iPhone the next time you connect). The only thing I don’t like, and it’s not a problem with the Ringtones app, is that it won’t create ringtones from protected FairPlay music in iTunes.