Make your own ringtone on Android

The only thing you need — is to open any browser you prefer. Our service works online, costs you nothing if your file is up to 500 MB, and requires no registration.

However, you can always opt in to get a Pro subscription. Then you will be able to edit larger media and use all the Clideo tools without having to download and upload the intermediate results.

What is great is that our tool is super intuitive. Moreover, you are not limited to using audio files only for your future creations. Our service can also extract the soundtrack from any video.

So let's see how you can make a custom ringtone on Android in three easy steps.

  1. Add your recording

    Start with opening Clideo’s Audio Cutter in your favorite browser. Then you can add your song or sound using one of the two available options. If your track is stored on your device, tap the “Choose file” button. To upload from your Google Drive or Dropbox storage account, tap the small arrow next to the button and select the required service.

    Upload song to make custom ringtone on Android

    You don’t need to worry about the format. Our tool accepts the most popular ones, including MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, and many others.

  2. Cut the track

    Once your file is uploaded, you can start cutting right away. Use the yellow handles to define the start and end points of your future ringtone. Alternatively, you can specify the exact timing in the “Cut from” section below.

    Trim audio to make custom ringtone on Android

    Then, either keep the “Extract selected” option or choose “Delete selected” if you prefer to remove the part you don’t need.

    Tick the “Fade in” and “Fade out” checkboxes if you would like to add gradual sound volume change in the beginning and in the end of your track. In case you delete the selected part, you will see the Crossfade option. It will let you add a smoother transition between the two segments that were left.

    Change format of custom ringtone on Android

    Then, select the file format you need. As a rule, MP3 is ideal for ringtones on Android. Finally, tap the “Export” button at the bottom.

  3. Save your ringtone

    Now, listen to that sample you have just created one more time. If you love the result, download the track to your device, Google Drive, or Dropbox. Or you can always step back to make the changes you need, for that just tap the “Edit” button.

    Download custom ringtone on Android