Ringdroid

Ringdroid


The original open-source ringtone editor for Android, first published in 2008 and downloaded by millions of users worldwide.

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.

Google Play Store automatically presents the correct Ringdroid update to install with your Android system:

Ringdroid 2.7.3 is recommended for Android system versions 4.1 ('Jelly Bean') and higher. It includes the ability to read OGG Vorbis audio files, and it saves ringtones in AAC (.m4a) format.

Ringdroid 2.6 is recommended for Android system versions 3.0 ('Honeycomb') through 4.0.3 ('Ice Cream Sandwich'). It includes user interface features such as 'pinch-to-zoom'.

Ringdroid 2.5 continues to be recommended for earlier Android system versions.

Note: this app requests access to your contacts, but solely for the purpose of setting contact-specific ringtones. Source code is available at ringdroid.com.

Recent changes:
Ringdroid 2.7.3 is recommended for Android system versions 4.1 ('Jelly Bean') and higher. It fixes several bugs reported by users of Ringdroid 2.7.2, and it uses WAV as a fall-back audio format for saving ringtones incase the default AAC (.m4a) encoding fails.
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88
4.4
User ratings
471625
Installs
10,000,000+
Concerns
1
File size
331 kb
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About Ringdroid
The original open-source ringtone editor for Android, first published in 2008 and downloaded by millions of users worldwide.

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.

Google Play Store automatically presents the correct Ringdroid update to install with your Android system:

Ringdroid 2.7.3 is recommended for Android system versions 4.1 ('Jelly Bean') and higher. It includes the ability to read OGG Vorbis audio files, and it saves ringtones in AAC (.m4a) format.

Ringdroid 2.6 is recommended for Android system versions 3.0 ('Honeycomb') through 4.0.3 ('Ice Cream Sandwich'). It includes user interface features such as 'pinch-to-zoom'.

Ringdroid 2.5 continues to be recommended for earlier Android system versions.

Note: this app requests access to your contacts, but solely for the purpose of setting contact-specific ringtones. Source code is available at ringdroid.com.

Recent changes:
Ringdroid 2.7.3 is recommended for Android system versions 4.1 ('Jelly Bean') and higher. It fixes several bugs reported by users of Ringdroid 2.7.2, and it uses WAV as a fall-back audio format for saving ringtones incase the default AAC (.m4a) encoding fails.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 8:37 PM
Love this app! Works well and I love being able to cut up sound tracks the way I want them cut.
A Google User
Saturday 7:44 PM
I love this app. However, a recent update now shows ALL music, including system sounds. I will update my review to five stars when given the option to choose only my music, like it used to be. Also, please fix freezing and crashing.
A Google User
Saturday 7:00 PM
When I download a cd to my computer and then on to my phone, I can't use that music. It says it can't use those files. So I'm very disappointed as I bought the new Luke Bryan cd and wanted to use those songs as ring tones and notifications but even after the update, I can't do anything with those songs.
A Google User
Saturday 4:10 PM
Lost your touch? Can't find any of my songs (even when turning on 'show all music'), just shows the default ringtone list. What's up, guys? This app has been the best for years...
A Google User
Saturday 2:10 PM
Ringdroid Takes forever to download songs