Convert To Ringtone Wizard

Convert To Ringtone Wizard

ringtone wizard convertor
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Convert your music to WAV, MP3, MMF, QCP, AMR ringtones and upload them to your mobile phone. Convert to Ringtone Wizard allows you create polyphonic ringtones directly from WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, APE and FLAC audio files. You can convert entire audio files or select any part you prefer. Convert to Ringtone Wizard also helps to choose ringtone formats supported by your phone. Simply choose your phone model to let the Wizard select ringtone format that fits your phone. Convert to Ringtone Wizard can place created ringtones to the folder on your computer and send them to your phone via the Internet.

Main features:
Converts music to WAV, MP3, MMF, AMR, QCP ringtones for mobile phone
Supports WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, APE, FLAC music files as a source
Helps to choose ringtone format that best fits your phone

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