With Apple having kicked off their ringtone making service through iTunes today, many iPhone owners out there will opt to make their own ringtones for free. Choosing to save a buck or two on every ringtone sounds pretty enticing, but it comes with one caveat – you have to do a little renaming of the .m4a file to .m4r and then re-rename the sucker back to .m4a.
It can get a little tedious, doing that for every single ringtone. So, it’s a good thing you have a couple solutions. iRing is a good solution, but it’s not drag and drop – that’s where MakeiPhoneRingtone comes in. The new iPhone ringtone uploader automates the process of syncing your home-made iPhone ringtone to iTunes – with some drag and drop convenience to boot.
Rogue Amoeba has just released their free MakeiPhoneRingtone application for all to use. It makes getting your self-made iPhone ringtones into iTunes (and subsequently onto your iPhone) so easy, it doesn’t make sense not to use it.
Head on over to Rogue Amoeba and get yoursef a copy of MakeiPhoneRingtone.