Microsoft's Ringtone Maker leaves beta and is now available for Windows 10 Mobile

After being in beta for several months, Microsoft's Ringtone Maker app for Windows 10 Mobile is now officially available.

The app allows you to create a ringtone out of the music available on your mobile. Once you open the app, you'll be asked to select a song, then you will be able to choose a segment of the song which you would like to be your ringtone. After this, it then asks for the name of the ringtone, where to save it and also if you would like it to set it as your current ringtone. Once that is all done, you now have a custom ringtone, selected by yourself.

There are no advanced features in this app - as far as we can see, it simply cuts a portion of the track you select and saves it as a new file then sets it as your ringtone, but it makes creating a custom ringtone much simpler for those who don't wish to open any music editing program or app on their device.

This app only supports Windows 10 Mobile.

You can see screenshots of the app below or head over to the Windows Store here to download it.

Source: MSMobile via MSPowerUser

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