Web Sites That Let You Make Ring Tones

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The best Web site for making ring tones is Myxer.com, which has several options for creating and sending ring tones. Search for Myxer online with helpful information from a cell phone specialist in this free video on cellular phones.

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Hi, I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California, and today, I'm going to show you what a good website that will send ringtones to your phone would be. There's a...several different options, but I've tried a lot of different websites, and my favorite to use is myxer.com. So if you go...so if you go right here into your Google search engine, type in M-Y-X-E-R, hit enter, and it'll pop up right there. It's called myxer.com. It'll give you several different options. They do have some ringtones that you can purchase, and they will send it directly to your phone. You can also make your own ringtone for free. It's very easy to use. You can just hit Make Your Own. It'll allow you to browse your computer for different files that you...that you want to send to your phone. Then you can just hit Send to Your Phone or Customize. So I'll actually go ahead and I'll walk through that really quick. You type in your phone number after you select the file that you want, so make sure that there's some words written in here, and that'll be your file. Type in your cell phone number right here, and you can either have that sent directly to your phone or you can customize it first. So if you hit Customize right here, it will take a little while to upload it to the website's server. Okay. So once it's uploaded to the website server, it'll have a little bar up here that shows a bunch of different lines. What you can do is when you have these two little orange lines right here that have the grey area in-between it, it will allow you to drag and pull a certain amount of length. I believe it'll allow you to have up to one minute that it will send to your phone. One minute of audio will be sent to your phone. And like I said, this is completely free, so I mean, one minute of audio is actually quite a bit. So we'll just go ahead and we'll drag these two lines all the way to the ends as far as they can go. It'll give me the option right here to play it and preview it before I do it. And then down here, you'll see that it'll allow me to change the name. So I'm going to change this one to ringtone 1, and it'll also allow me to change the volume of it. I want it to be really loud, so I'm going to hit loudest. And then I also want it to fade out at the end when it's done. So after I have everything set to where I want it to be, I can hit Send to Phone, and it'll prepare the content for delivery. Okay. So I just received a text message on my phone from that website, so I'm just going to go into my message inbox right here and you'll see...first, it'll say what the file that you sent to your phone. And then it'll say download link. You need to make sure that you have the Internet feature supported on your phone, and just scroll down to this link. Click on it, and then it'll take you to the Internet and it'll allow you to download that music file directly to your phone. So once again, of all the websites that I've used that allow you to make and send ringtones to your phone, myxer, M-Y-X-E-R, .com is the favorite one that I like to use. If it's not one of your favorites after you've tried it, then you can go ahead and go onto Google and just search for ringtone maker websites. Just make sure that it's not one that you have to pay for. Myxer actually has really good quality ringtones that come out of it on the other end. A lot of the other websites that I've used don't have good quality. So I definitely strongly recommend Myxer, M-Y-X-E-R, .com, and you can also check out some other...some other websites available on the Internet by just checking on Google. I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California. Check out our website at myspace.com/cellphonebroker.


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