Want to convert mp3 to ringtone for your iPhone, Android, Blackberry or Symbian devices? Have any favorite song that you really want to convert to ringtone to get rid of the boring old-fashioned ringtone? Meet Fried Cookie’s Ringtone Maker, an elegant application with an intuitive user interface designed specifically for Windows operating system. It only takes five easy steps to do the mp3 conversion.
To start converting, drag and drop an MP3 file to the main window of the application. Users can also simply click the text message in the middle to browse, select and load an audio file.
Once the file is loaded, you will be brought to the second step. This is where you can trim the MP3 file. Specify the starting and ending point of the audio track that you want to use as a ringtone for your smartphone by moving the slider handles back and forth. Click the Play button to listen to the trimmed section to see if it is the mp3 part you want. Click the Next button when you are finished with the trimming.
The third step is where you can choose the output format. Instead of displaying the real output file formats, apparently the developer attempts to simplify it by just displaying the supported mobile phone types, which include iPhone, Blackberry, Android, Symbian and other. Select one and click the Next button.
Now choose where you want to save the output. Will it be on your Windows desktop, in the source file directory, or in another folder? Once you choose the destination folder, click the Create Your Ringtone button to start the process.
That’s it. Wait until the conversion finished. You will be able to enjoy your custom ringtone within a few seconds afterwards.
This Ringtone Maker application is a freeware. It works with Windows 7, Vista and XP (32bit and 64bit). Download the installer from this link to convert mp3 to ringtone for Android, Symbian, iPhone, Blackberry and more.