How to Set Amazon Music as Phone Ringtone
Are you still worried about choosing your mobile phone ringtone? Amazon Music is a popular online music service that offers millions of songs and albums, as well as personalized recommendations and playlists. If you are an Amazon Music user, I imagine you might want to use your favorite song as your own ringtone. I believe a nice ringtone can make our day full of energy. In this article, we will introduce some reliable methods so that you can easily set music on Amazon Music as mobile ringtones, making your phone more personalized and interesting.
Typically, the answer to the question "Can I create ringtones using Amazon Music?" or "Does Amazon Music offer ringtones?" is no. As competition in the streaming music market continues to saturate, streaming services recognize the importance of exclusive content to viewers. Therefore, all streaming providers use encryption technology to protect their streaming content. This means that all songs on these music streaming platforms are only accessible on the original platform.
However, that’s not to say that making ringtones through Amazon Music is impossible. In fact, we only need a professional third-party tool - NoteCable Amazon Music Converter, to turn any song in Amazon Music into a ringtone on an iPhone or Android device.
Next, we will learn in detail how to use NoteCable Amazon Music Converter to set Amazon Music as ringtone.
Step 1Launch NoteCable Amazie Music Converter on your desktop. And choose a conversion mode that suits your needs best--App Mode or Webplayer Mode.
Step 2If you choose Webplayer Mode, you can log into your Amazon account on the pop-up windows.
Step 3Tap the 'Settings' part on the left bar, then you can personalize the output parameters based on your preferences.
Step 4 Open the playlist that you want to download and click on the 'Click to add' button and NoteCable will read the whole playlist. You then just select the songs contained in that playlist. Finally, click the 'Convert' to proceed.
But if you would like to convert the Amazon Music playlist in batches, you can click Add More to add your preferred playlists and select the songs. By clicking the 'Convert' function, you can start the conversion.
Step 5 To view all your downloading history, you can click on the 'Converted' section on the left bar. Clicking on the folder after a single song, you can reach out to the downloaded files in your local place.
You can find that all the songs listed in the local folder are classified as music files on your computer. This means they are open source files in MP3/AAC/FLAC/AIFF/WAV/ALAC format and do not have any digital rights management attached. From now on, they can all be moved to your own device.
After downloading Amazon Music into an audio file and transferring it to your device, follow the steps below to use Amazon Music as a ringtone on your Android phone. As the tutorial is universal, you can apply it to all Android models. (The following steps take a Samsung mobile phone as an example.)
Step 1: Transfer Amazon Music to Samsung
Step 2: Make Amazon Music to Ringtone
To use Amazon Music as a ringtone for your iPhone, you need to first upload the converted music files to iTunes or Apple Music. Once the files are uploaded, you can then set them as your new iPhone ringtone. You can also follow the same steps to set Amazon Music as a ringtone on your iPad or iPod.
Step 1: Transfer Amazon Music to iTune
Step 2: Make Amazon Music to Ringtone
Here we have completed learning how to set Amazon Music as ringtone for Android and iPhone. The above steps are applicable to most Android and iPhone phones, but there will still be some deviations depending on different phones. If there are differences, you can contact the official Android and iPhone customer service below on how to modify the ringtone. NoteCable Amazon Music Converter plays an indispensable role in these methods. If you are interested and want to know more features of NoteCable Amazon Music Converter, you can download it to learn more. Come and customize your mobile phone ringtone!