Review from A Google User
Galaxy S3 on ICS The app appears to work fine but when the created file is chosen as the ringtone it doesn't work. Then when playing the created file, it's not actually been trimmed at all, it's just the full song saved in a different directory
Slow loading Once I updated, the app loads files much slower than before. It shows all of my phones default ringtones, which I do not want to use since I have this app. Will remain at 3 stars until app is working right again.
Disappointed in the new update ~ wave Please bring back mp3 setting. My music is cut too soon for a good timed ringtone. It's harder now to edit. Before the update I gave your app an excellent 5 stars *****. Now my current rate is a (3) until this is resolved.
Sucks If I could give it a 0 I would not long anuf and they are soo bad
Forget The Rest, This *Is* The Best! Simple to use, excellent results. I like my phone to be unique and reflect who I am. (Opinion: most of the stock ringtones are crap.) Now you can know who's calling w/o looking. And personally I wake up better prepared by what wakes me up. Thanks to the developer! (Wish list: Any format they are saved in is cool by me, however I'd like to be able to work with WMA's & WAV'S also, please.
Since the new update it crashes when I try to search for a song, it takes forever to load songs and half of them don't load properly, sounds like someone has slowed them down dramatically on a record player and it doesn't even sound like the song at all. Fix this!
Meh I was looking for an app that sets a ringbacktone not a ringtone it's a good app but I already have one that dose this I want one that I can set up a ring back tone on the one you hear when your calling someone
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.