Free iPhone Ringtones Revisited

Back in 2008 we created a huge set of 250 free iPhone ringtones for people to download and use on their iPhones. The page has been updated to put all of the ringtones in one huge list, make it easy to preview the tones, and also easier to install them directly on your iPhone. Check out this tutorial on how to download them without needing to sync with a computer and iTunes.



Link: Free iPhone Ringtones

Comments: 16 Responses to “Free iPhone Ringtones Revisited”

    Dot
    9 months ago

    Thanks! I’ve been using Gamelon5 for years.

    Justine
    9 months ago

    Do you have a post on how to make your own ringtones?

    Carol Gaskill
    9 months ago

    Thanks great link, easy to use, lots of choices!

    Jeff Knouse
    9 months ago

    Thank you for the ringtone tutorial. It is a great resource. PS Love your iCloud course.

    Sue Wills
    9 months ago

    Thanks, that was great! I now have two new ringtones to annoy and amaze. LOL

    Tanya Metaksa
    9 months ago

    Followed your instructions but most of the ringtones came back with song could not be exported. Any suggestions?

    9 months ago

    Tanya: Which iPhone? Which version of iOS and which version of GarageBand? Did you remember to open the ringtone in GarageBand first? Did you try to play it to test before exiting to export it?

    Susa
    9 months ago

    When I touch export it says “the song cannot be opened” and goes back to the icon I selected. Suggestions?

    9 months ago

    Susa: Are you using the latest iOS and GarageBand? Did you remember to open the ringtone inside GarageBand first? Do that again and also test the ringtone in GarageBand by playing it.

    Pat R
    9 months ago

    Is there a way to get these ringtones without GarageBand on my iPhone using my iMac? When I try to listen and download them using my iMac there is no sound. I have a couple of ringtone Apps on my iMac which are simple and work well.

    9 months ago

    Pat: I don’t know what apps you are using and how they work. But you can certainly download the m4r files I provide on that page, add them to iTunes, and sync to your iPhone the old-fashion way if you want. That is why I provide the m4r files.

    Susan Hartman
    9 months ago

    Did all the above and says song cannot be opened. Tried several different songs too.

    9 months ago

    Susan: Which version of iOS and GarageBand are you using? What device? What happens when you simply try to play the ringtone in GarageBand? Does it play?

    Susan Hartman
    9 months ago

    Gary, it works once I played the song in garage band first. Thank you!

    Lori Adelson
    9 months ago

    Thanks Gary, I was glad to get a few different wake up tones:) Worked perfectly on my XR phone

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