Posted By Paul Kafasis on September 17th, 2007
Last week we talked a great deal about iPhone ringtones on our company weblog Under The Microscope. The topic began with the idea of using Fission to edit audio files for ringtones, and we later released a small application called MakeiPhoneRingtone, to get the ringtones onto the iPhone.
MakeiPhoneRingtone does just that – it makes iPhone ringtones. Once you have an AAC file edited down, simply drop it on MakeiPhoneRingtone, and it will be passed off to iTunes and turned into a Ringtone. The file will show up in iTunes’ Ringtone section, and you’ll be able to sync it to your iPhone.
Today we’re happy to release MakeiPhoneRingtone version 1.2, as an official Rogue Amoeba Freebie. This update will work regardless of where your iTunes Library is located, a problem some users of older versions faced. You can now find the latest version on the Freebies page, so head on over and get started making ringtones for your iPhone.