Free Ringtone Maker – Create your own ringtones with 3 clicks

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There are a lot of ringtone making tools, especially the online editions whose disadvantages include: network connection required, need to take time to upload and download. While some local software actually make ordinary users feel difficult to use because their too many functions and tedious settings.

Free Ringtone Maker (formerly called Free MP3 Ringtone Maker) is a new generation of ringtone maker for Windows, which casts the complex audio formats settings and complicated audio interception methods, lets you really enjoy the pleasure of making you own cell phone rings.

Free Ringtone Maker could be as simple as 3 steps: select an MP3 music file -> drag to choose a segment you like -> save it as ringtone. For a moment we have a DIY ringtone made by ourselves. Of course, it also has a small flaw – only supports MP3 format.

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