10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Can we ask for more options?
Ringdroid is a music editor created back at 2008.
You can cut just the part you like from a song or sound and use it as a ringtone or alarm; or record directly your voice or surroundings.
It could have more options, who knows, scratching or something like that, but we think that’s there is no need.
It’s extremely easy to use and very fast. You just tap the app icon and immediately you have all your music list ready to edit.
It’s absolutely free and it runs on every Android Phone we know. Highly recommended.
Ringdroid lets you create personal ringtones, alarms, and notification sounds from existing music/audio files and record new ones using your Android device.
This app is the only 'official' distribution of the Ringdroid open-source project; it does not, and never will, contain ads.
Ringdroid requests permission to access your contacts solely for the purpose of setting contact-specific ringtones. It requests full network communication solely for the purpose of sending anonymous usage statistics as described in the app's 'Privacy' menu. Source code is available at ringdroid.com.
NOTE: some devices running Android 4.4 'Kit Kat' exhibit a bug whereby saved ringtones fail to work properly. This bug is fixed with the Android 4.4.2 system update.
Ringdroid 2.6 is recommended for Android system versions 3.0 'honeycomb' and newer. It includes user interface improvements specific to those versions of Android.
Ringdroid 2.5 continues to be recommended for earlier Android system versions. Google Play Store will automatically select the correct Ringdroid for your Android system.
I use it hassle free for making custom ringtones, notification and flip a gram music using my own mp3's that are uploaded to my phone.
The best app that i found . Thanks for making this
Used to be my favorite but now something is wrong as the sounds that get saved is not what i edited..
Doesn't work... I use to love this app but none of my ringtones play.
app works but I do not know where did the edited file saved at which location...