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How to Convert MP3 Music to iPhone Ringtone

When you just get a new iPhone, it’s cool to add a personal touch to it by converting your favorite songs in MP3 to ringtones. This saves you money as you don’t need to buy any ringtones from iTunes Store. Moreover, setting MP3 as a ringtone on iPhone makes your gadget more special.

Generally, iTunes is a good choice; however, why not choose an iTunes alternative to convert MP3 to iPhone ringtone? Since iTunes 12.7, Apple has canceled the function of managing ringtones and apps, hence in iTunes sound settings, there is no M4R format (a ringtone format supported by Apple). But don’t worry, we can offer you another efficient way to convert MP3 music to M4R on iPhone.

Unlike the complex ringtone conversion process by iTunes, AnyTrans does this job quickly and well. As a professional iOS ringtone manager, AnyTrans allows you to easily convert any MP3 files to iPhone ringtone in just a few steps.

It also allows you to customize the ringtone by making it any length, so you can create a call or SMS ringtone.

With an online music library, you can find all songs and then convert them to ringtones.

What’s more, adding ringtone to iPhone is just as easy as ABC with the help of AnyTrans. It’s a completely free feature, it’s great!

How to Convert MP3 to iPhone Ringtone without iTunes

Step 1. Download and install AnyTrans on the computer

Open it, and connect your iPhone to the computer and click on Choose Ringtone Manager.

Step 2. Select the MP3 songs you want to convert (from iOS device, computer, iTunes, or Internet).

Step 3. Drag the slider to choose the preferred time period > Choose the Import to a device or Save to ringtone library option.

Step 4. After converting, you can change any ringtones you like on your iPhone, go to Settings > Sounds > Ringtone.

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We get asked a number of similar questions relating to how to use our products. Right now we have a FAQ page, but we thought it would be fun to write how-to articles in a blog. When we get asked a question that we feel many people can learn from, we will post it in the blog and then link to it from elsewhere in the site. So it is with great pleasure that we start our blog!