Don't Leave it on Vibrate
Ah ringtones. I remember when those little sounds that came out of phones were just in their infant stages, making the most primordial of beeps and boops to let you know someone was calling.
Today, those same ringtones have cascaded into a never-ending pile of different sounds. Today, ringtones for the iPhone can be songs, they can be sounds, or a combination of both. The reality is, if it has an mp3 file, or if it can be turned into an mp3 file, you can make it into a ringtone.
That being said, let's talk about the three best ways to go about this.
f you're like me, and you couldn't care less about making the latest Kanye song your ringtone, you can stick with the default ringtones that are available inside the iPhone from the moment you purchased it. Let's face it - if your iPhone is in vibrate mode 24/7 (like mine is), you don't really need any special ringtones, especially considering that you'll probably never hear it. The list is rather long, and even though the ringtones are all sounds, not songs, they should serve the purpose you need them to rather well.