GeoRing: A Simple Way to Make Ringtones on iPhone

From the makers of DataMan, GeoRing allows you to instantly make a ringtone from any song from your iTunes library–right on your iPhone. Other methods to create ringtones involve syncing with iTunes, or jailbreaking, but you can avoid all that with GeoRing. Here’s the iTunes description:

Instantly turn your entire iTunes music library into ringtones. Shuffle your ringtones to hear a new song every time. No other app makes ringing so much fun!

★ Change your ringtone to any song in your iTunes library with just a few taps. Unlike other ringtone-making apps, GeoRing doesn’t require iTunes syncing, which means your phone can ring with any song, instantly.

★ Create a Ringtone Playlist of your favorite songs and hear a new ringtone every time. GeoRing randomly picks one song when your phone rings.

★ View your recent answered calls. GeoRing logs the duration of each call down to the exact second. Plus, find out where you got that call with geotag.

There is one step to setup GeoRing though, and that’s to download a ‘silent’ ringtone:

How do I setup GeoRing? How do I change to the Silent ringtone?
To hear only your selected song when your iPhone rings, you need to do a one-time setup to turn off the playing of the default iPhone ringtone.

1) On your Mac/PC, download the Silent ringtone at

2) Double-click the m4r file to add to your iTunes Ringtones library.

3) Sync your iPhone.

4) On your iPhone, choose Silent at Settings > Sounds > Ringtone.

What’s neat with GeoRing is that you can tag where you have accepted incoming calls. Creating a ringtone is easy–just pick a song from your iPhone’s music library, drag a slider to where you want it to start, and hit stop when you want it to. Then, you can choose that song as your ringtone.

GeoRing is a neat little app that can help you make that “must-have” ringtone straight on your iPhone. It’s definitely one of the easiest ways to create a customized ringtone on your iPhone.

GeoRing is $1.99. Click here to download. Want to give it a try for free? Check out GeoRing Lite.