At the time of its launch, Ringdroid was the first app of its kind on Android. It allowed the users to create their own custom ringtones and notification sounds.
It provides the users graphical waveform editor right on their Android phones. Users can simply record any sound they like and set it as a ringtone, or they can simply take their music tracks and select only those portions they would like to set as ringtones in their phones.
In terms of navigation, Ringdroid is among the simplest. Users just need to drag the grey tabs, slider, in the app to select and cut the desired portion of the track. Users can also listen to their selections before they set it as the ringtone.
While selecting the desired portion of the track, users have several tools at their disposal. They can rewind, fast-forward, play and pause and the best part, zoom in and out for precision in track selection.
Those who like to do detailed work, can zoom in to the track and isolate the exact portion of the track they are looking for. After editing, users can simply save their work using the floppy disk button at the bottom and choose whether they want to set the tune as ringtone or as notification.
Those looking to record live music, simply need to click ‘Record New’ button. Most of the users have their microSD loaded with music and if they know the file name of the track, they can search for it to narrow down their list. Once the correct track is chosen, rest of the process goes the same way as explained above.