How to set a custom alarm sound on an iPhone
Make a song your alarm
Go to Settings on your iPhone, then tap Sounds. Tap Ringtone or Text Tone, whichever one you want your custom sound to be for. Select your custom ringtone from the Ringtones listed.
Go to Clocks > Alarm and then either create a new alarm or edit a current one. Under Sound it lists all tones and you can swipe left the custom tones you want to remove. It should have a Delete option with the swipe.
You probably know that it is possible to set custom alarm sounds when you configure alarms on your Android device. All you have to do is open the Clock app on your device and tap on the current sound to launch the file browser to select a different mp3 file on your system for the alarm.
Tap Devices, Echo & Alexa, and then choose your speaker or display. You'll see your alarms under Alarms & Timers, and you can tap Edit Alarms to make changes or create a new entry.
Copy the song into your Android's internal storage into the Alarms file.
1:545:24And click the audio. Recorder. Then click the this little icon up here. And that brings us into theMoreAnd click the audio. Recorder. Then click the this little icon up here. And that brings us into the project area. So you can just click this looping icon.
Open the iPhone Clock app on your iPhone. Then tap on Plus + icon to set new alarm or tap Edit to modify existing alarms. Then tap on Sound and select your custom alarm tone from the list. Finally, tap Back to return to your alarm section and click Save to set your customized alarm.
Do Not Disturb and the Ring/Silent switch don't affect the alarm sound. If you set your Ring/Silent switch to Silent or turn on Do Not Disturb, the alarm still sounds. If you have an alarm that doesn't sound or is too quiet, or if your iPhone only vibrates, check the following: Set the volume on your iPhone.
Top 5 sounds I recommend within Bedtime:
At bedtime, your phone chimes with a few notes from Brahms's Lullaby and tells you that, if you'd like to get however many hours of sleep there are between your set bedtime and wake-up times, it is now time for bed.
If there is one thing that truly unites Apple users around the world, it is their collective disdain for the tech giant's default alarm tone on it's flagship iPhones. Called “Radar", the tone is a cruel reminder that your day has begun, whether you wanted it to or not.
0:002:25The iphone's default alarm sound is called radar. And it sounds like. This. Now if that didn't sendMoreThe iphone's default alarm sound is called radar. And it sounds like. This. Now if that didn't send shivers down your spine then you're probably not an iphone user.
To do so, follow the steps below.