Unless you set it up Since your phone is often on silent (and who really isn’t), it’s important to choose a ringtone that you like to listen to because you hear it a lot.
Your phone comes with default ringtones, but you can use any sound clip you like. Moreover, you can set different ringtones for different contacts, so you know who is calling without looking at your phone.
But here’s the thing: No matter what phone you have, this used to be easy. And if you have an Android device like a Samsung or Google Pixel phone, it’s even easier. But if you have an iPhone, it’s incredibly complex, with so many steps that you won’t be bothered. No matter what device you have, here’s how to do it anyway.
To use a custom ringtone on iPhone, it must be in your Apple Music library. The audio file must not have any Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection, and must be in MP3 or MP4 format. We won’t go into a full audio editing guide here, but a free program like Audacity can help you easily create clips on Mac or Windows—which means, yes, you’ll need to use a desktop to do it. Make sure that your song or audio file can be converted to your iPhone ringtone.
Then you need to fire up Apple Music on macOS, or download and install Apple Music for Windows, if it’s not already on your computer. Use it file and then Import To add the ringtone file to your music library. Find the track, right click and select Get informationand then open it Options Tab. Next to Start and Stop, you need to specify when the ringtone audio will start and end.