November 9, 2017
When cell phones first became popular, there really wasn’t much of a choice when it came to ringtones. Most phones came with a few generic ringtones, but there were no options if you wanted to personalize your ringtone or use it to show off a bit of your personality and who you are.
Thankfully that’s all changed and there is really no end to the different ringtones that you can use. Any sound, from pigs snorting to someone telling you to answer your phone can be used as your ringtone. While the novelty ringtones are always going to be popular, music ringtones offer the most options when it comes to choosing. If it’s a song, especially a current, popular one, then there’s a ringtone for it.
Finding Ringtones Online
The internet is a wealth of information and sites that offer music ringtones. When searching, you want to make sure that it is the actual artist on the ringtone and not simply a piece of the song done instrumentally. There is a huge difference between Black Sabbath pounding out Paranoid and a muzak version of it. Unless, of course, you are into that kind of music.
Ringtones for Every Mood
The great thing about music ringtones is that the sheer volume available means that you can change your ringtone as much as you want. You can choose your ringtone based on your mood, who’s calling or your current favorite song. Older songs are also available so if you are feeling particularly disco, you can download a BeeGees or ABBA ringtone. The classical are also available if you want to add a bit of class to your day.
Choosing the Right Ringtone
If you and your partner have a favorite song, you can set that as your ringtone when she or he calls. Same with your best friend, or any number for that matter. Not only is it fun, but it lets you know ahead of time who’s calling. Think of it as a musical call display.
If you download a musical ringtone, you don’t have to use it forever. In fact, you don’t have to use it at all. It’s all up to you. The music we prefer to listen to can change daily depending on our mood so it only makes sense that the same rule applies to music ringtones. If you wake up in a less than happy mood, but you have a cheery ringtone, you may want to change it to something more mellow. And the opposite also holds true: if you are in a super happy mood, an upbeat ringtone will reflect that.
Music ringtones can be a lot of fun to use, especially if you are a music junkie. Cell phones are often a reflection of your personality, and this includes your ringtone.