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iPhone Alarm Pack


iPhone alarm tone packNow you can buy a pack of 25 great iPhone Alarm tones which are all written and produced by Geoff Smith designed to sound great on your phone.

The tones are ideal for meeting alerts, waking up or any kind of reminders that use a tone to get your attention.

Even if you do not have an iPhone these tones will work with most other modern mobile devices as you will receive a single zip file with all the tones in 3 different formats:

  • m4r iPhone

  • wav often used by Windows based phones

  • mp3 Many phone models support ringtones that are mp3 format




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6 Comments

  1. New iPhoner commented:

    Hi 🙂

    I’d like to comment that I was not entirely able to follow the directions for use of this product. The zip file, as stated, does contain all the described formats, but the mr4 for the i-phone is not recognized by iTunes.

    Also, I’d really like to see an app that lets you use these alarm tones for system sounds like sendig or receiving messages, unlocking the device etc…

  2. administrator commented:

    If you just drag the M4R files to iTunes it will automatically be added as ringtones in iTunes – you can also double-click an M4R file and it will install in the ringtones folder.

    We are not able to add tones to the message alert tones at the moment as it is not allowed in the current firmware (3.0) – we will be producing tones as soon as it is possible.

  3. Terrance commented:

    Do these work on the 2G iPod touch?

  4. administrator commented:

    M4R will not work on the Touch – but you can convert them from mp3 to m4a in iTunes and that should work fine.

  5. Marie commented:

    I can’t figure out how to get my meeting alerts in the iPhone calendar to use these alarm tones. The promos clearly say they’re for “meeting alerts” so what gives? If this isn’t possible, I’ve wasted my money.

  6. administrator commented:

    Sadly some of the alert tones in the iPhone are not customizable at the moment – including sms alerts, which is a limitation from Apple.


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