Use to be my go to Ringtone app But now all it does is crash when trying to search. I know its not my phone because it did the same thing when I installed it on my new phone.
Nonsense Reviews!! Stock, non-rooted Nexus 6 running Marshmallow: NONE of the issues described by previous reviewers. Fast, accurate edits. No sound loss. No BS. This is STILL a *MUST HAVE* app if you like editing music for ring/notification tones!
Love this app! I'm so glad I found this app! Instead of using Androids stock library of silly tones for alerts, notifications, etc. I can now use my music library which is totally cool. It's ad free too. Good work guys!
Update I have used this app since my first smartphone. Has always been my go to app. Songs take forever to load and now if I try and send a ringtone it goes through but doesn't play anything it doesn't even save as a mp3 file anymore. Whatever the update was it needs fixed Why mess with a good thing????
Used to be great. Was my go-to app for trimming music down to create alerts, ringtones, and alarms. Now it's literally unusable. On a stock Nexus 6, install app, open, click search, crash. Repeat this 6 times without a single working search = uninstall. Darn shame too, used to be so handy.
Nice! EDIT :WTF HAPPENED? EDIT: CHOPPING UP MY SONGS TF HAPPENED. If ur looking for this type of application then this is the very best no probs no worries
Ringdroid 2.7.3 is recommended for Android system versions 4.1 ('Jelly Bean') and higher. It fixes several bugs reported by users of Ringdroid 2.7.2, and it uses WAV as a fall-back audio format for saving ringtones incase the default AAC (.m4a) encoding fails.