Open your iPhone and navigate to “Settings” (the little grey gear icon). Tap on “Settings,” and then choose “Sounds & Haptics.” From this menu, choose “Ringtone.” A list of all the ringtones available will dropdown. Your newly created ringtone should appear at the top of this list.
Step 1: Click the Settings app from the home screen. Step 2: Tap the Sounds button. Step 3: Once there, hit the Ringtone button. Step 4: From here, you will be able to see a list of your available ringtones to use.
Get ringtones, text tones, and alert tones in the iTunes Store on iPhone
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Head to Settings > Notifications, pick the app you're interested in identifying, and tap Sounds. Then make your choice from the list of audio options.
Maybe nothing illustrates that point better than 158 Marimba, otherwise known as Tri-Tone, the default iPhone text message sound.
And when the first iPhone was released in mid-2007 the mini-computer included the sound, renamed as "Tri-Tone," as its default text-message alert.
In your iPhone go to Settings>Sounds Next select TEXT TONE. Scroll down to ringtones and select your newly created song/ringtone. You're all set.
However, you can also select individual tones for any and every contact.
Check Notification Settings for Messages Open Settings and tap Notifications > Messages. Ensure Allow Notifications is green. Next, check the boxes for Lock Screen, Notification Center, and Banners. Tap Sounds and choose a loud message tone.
The most popular tone at the moment is a beep-boop-beep from R2-D2. The iTunes Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch now includes the Tone Store — an incredible spectrum of music ringtones and alert tones that can be assigned to any alert setting on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
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