If you’re tired of that old cell phone ring and ready to make yourself a Radiohead or Beyonce ringtone, ToneThis is a fair starting point. The freeware application has the muscle to make ringtones (or the higher-quality true tones), video ringtones, or wallpaper out of files in your collection, and send them to your phone or to a friend. It’s also dead-easy to operate, letting you select a small segment of a song or video to turn into a ringtone, or crop an image to fit your cell phone’s interface. Once selected, the ringtone or image is uploaded to the cell phone carrier, and then downloaded to the phone. You’ll also be able to search Flickr from the ToneThis interface for free, legal images to use as wallpaper.
An optional Firefox toolbar, new in version 3.6, helps you cut out the fuss of downloading legal media from the Internet by sending media directly to ToneThis for editing and processing. At least in theory. Our success rate was so variable, we’d almost recommend opting out of its installation entirely, at least until ToneThis’ developers can iron out the kinks.
Despite these obvious snags, ToneThis’s simpler settings compared with other ringtone software makes it a good fit for novices, and therefore a worthy download. After seeing the toolbar deliver its promised functionality, we’d like to see a few more features, especially more controls for exacting ringtone-length. ToneThis is supported by advertising, but no nagging pop-up ads. To rid yourself of ads and to get advanced betas and premium ringtones and mobile games, a pro version can be procured for $20. ToneThis works with specific carriers, countries, and phone models–it’s wise to check the Web site before installing to make sure your phone is supported.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 3.6
Version 3.6 has an updated supported device and carrier list.
ToneThis desktop software allows you to create MP3 ringtones, truetones, realtones, cellphone wallpaper and mobile video ringtones using your CD, MP3, WAV, iTunes, image (JPEG, GIF, BMP), and video (AVI, MPEG) collection. With ToneThis, FireFox users can also send content from the web to your phone including web pages, images and Flash video. Create an unlimited number of cellphone ringtones, wallpapers, and videos. Access to free mobile music, image, and video content. Access to 1000s of free mobile games. Almost all global carriers supported.
How do I download a file?To download a file, visit the website where it is available. Tap the Download link or Download picture after touching and holding the item you wish to download. Then, open the Downloads app to view every file you've downloaded to your smartphone. Find out more about how to manage downloaded files.
How can I download software for PC?Find a.exe file and download it.
Double-click the.exe file after finding it. (You may often find it in your Downloads folder.)
There will be a dialogue box. Install the program according to the instructions.
Installing the program is planned.