Can I use my music as a ringtone on my iPhone?

There are times when you’re listening to your favorite song. And when you hear the verse or chorus that you love the most, you wish you could set it as a ringtone for your iPhone.

There are also times when you’re at a public place, and a phone starts to ring that sounds just similar to your iPhone. You abruptly and stupidly reach into your pocket and then realize it was someone else’s phone that was ringing.

How awkward does that sound? Yeah!

At that point, you realize the iPhone sucks because it’s no wonder nearly every other Apple user has the same default ringtone. Agree? And you apparently can’t help with it.

In this article, we will discuss how you can add a ringtone to an iPhone without iTunes.

Is iTunes a viable option to download ringtones?

The simplest way to download custom ringtones for your iPhone can be from the iTunes store, but that usually costs money, and you wouldn’t like to pay each time for a new 30-second sound. Would you?

You can also make a ringtone from existing songs in your music library using iTunes on a computer; however, the process is mundane. Also, there is a setback that iTunes restricts audio and video file formats users can upload.

Why do ringtone lovers think the Apple phone sucks?

That is one area (as mentioned above) where people don’t like Apple’s mechanism. They allege they must be able to pick out whatever music they want for the ringtone.

On the other hand, Android users seem to be lucky because they’re free to download any music or transfer files from the computer to their phones just by connecting their phone with the computer and getting the job done. In contrast, Apple users have some kind of limitations:

  • Apple users cannot download songs or transfer files outside Apple world
  • It’s nearly impossible to set custom ringtones without iTunes

Is there a better fix for iPhone users to use music as a ringtone?

While there are other alternatives or apps available online, you can make your customized ringtone out of music you like utilizing one of those.

But using them to your advantage could be as dry as a dust!

And you don’t have to agonize over it!

There is an easy and user-friendly way that you can harness to make a ringtone out of your favorite music. A ringtone that you love and makes you stand out from the herd.

Here, I’m referring to these two software that outperforms iTunes in many ways:

  • WALTR 2
  • IRINGG

These two software are your best bet when it comes to transferring media files, especially music files, to your iPhone.

WALTR 2

It is a smart app developed by Softorino 2 years ago. Using it, you can sync your photos, movies, and music from MAC and windows computers to iPhone or iPad like a Pro.

With WALTR 2 simple drag and drop interface, you can seamlessly transfer media files.

And the best part is, it is fully compatible with all Apple devices and supports all types of file formats even if they’re in a different format not compatible with iOS.

Isn’t that amazing?

And, setting it up is as easy as ABC. Just follow the instructions below, and you’re ready to go:

  • Run WALTR 2 on your computer
  • Connect your iPhone with the computer using the USB cable or Wifi
  • Drag and drop your music file into the software
  • Your desired file will appear in iPhone’s settings under the Ringtone section
  • Find your custom ringtone and set it as your main ringtone. Enjoy!

iRINGG

It is another excellent tool to create a customized ringtone for your iPhone without iTunes.

With iRINGG easy-to-use interface, you can make a ringtone from pretty much any song online or offline.

With just 1-Click, you can transfer your ringtone to your iPhone without pushing it.

It is quick and super-easy to use that even a 5-year-old can use it.

  • Pick the source of your new ringtone.
  • Browse your local drives on your computer or search online for files.
  • Browse your favorite music from YouTube or SoundCloud.
  • Drag and drop files from your computer or select one from the searched results.
  • Trim the part you want to use as a ringtone
  • Customize your ringtone as you like.
  • Click Export and either choose to upload it directly to iPhone or save it locally on the computer.
  • Leverage your creativity and have fun making your ringtones

I hope you enjoyed reading the article as much as I enjoyed writing.

P.S. Use these software to your advantage and turn your boring iPhone into a MAGIC bespoke ringer.

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