Very easy! Simply download them from Google Drive, unpack, select the files and drag and drop into your phone in file explorer. After that, you can browse them in Sounds > Ringtone.
A FEW WORDS
“Apple has prioritized technical performance over creativity in their iPhone development. Stock sounds have been repeatedly used, resulting in untapped potential for our speakers. To address this, I developed the concept of creating ringtones that corresponds to the current desired frequencies.”
Ringtone 10 gained popularity as the most downloaded ringtone for 2 weeks with a total of 67k downloads thanks to the Zedge platform!
The second collection of ringtones is available.
We went viral!
What a great community! Reddit literally went on fire, and GadgetHacks supported me with a great how-to article!
Enjoy your mornings
These alarms were created because I enjoy waking up gently and feeling as though I’m on another planet, not because I want instant noise in the morning.
First bundle released!
Check out the various synths I’ve been playing with over the past few weeks.
WHAT COMMUNITY SAID
Many of them are so good they should be made stock ringtones!
These make me wish I didn’t keep my phone on silent all the time! I love the engineering that went into these!
Damn, they really do sound great on iPhone X’s speakers.
Fantastic work my friend! Bassy, punchy and crisp. A very noticeable difference. Thank you for your efforts 🙂
Lovely. Especially the alarms that you understand needs to fade in, unlike apples default ones.
iPhone 7 plus here, and I can tell the difference, mostly in the range, both dynamic and tonal…
My god these sound beautiful on my iPad Pro with its quad speaker.
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