Cute Android: Cute Android Apps for Users: Ringdroid
The original open-source ringtone editor for Android, first published in 2008 and downloaded by millions of users worldwide.
Create your own ringtone, alarm, or notification sound from an existing audio file, or record a new one directly on the device.
This application is compatible with most Android devices running system versions 1.6 (‘donut’) through 2.3.x (‘gingerbread’).
Version 2.5 of Ringdroid has user interface improvements including the ability to assign a ringtone directly to a contact and to record new audio on devices running Android system version 2.3.x (‘gingerbread’). It also adds a new ‘Privacy’ item to the main menu that lets you change that setting at any time.
Latest version: 2.5 (for all Android versions)
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Open Source Android Apps for Developers: Ringdroid (Android Music)
Ringdroid is an open source Android application which is used for editing and creating your own ringtones, alarms, and notification sounds.
* Open an existing audio file
* View a scrollable waveform representation of the audio file at 5 zoom levels
* Set starting and ending points for a clip within the audio file, using an optional touch interface
* Play the selected portion of the audio, including an indicator cursor and autoscrolling of the waveform
* Play anywhere else by tapping the screen
* Save the clipped audio as a new audio file and mark it as Music, Ringtone, Alarm, or Notification.
* Record a new audio clip to edit
* Delete audio (with confirmation alert)
* Launches automatically in response to the GET_CONTENT intent with a mime type of audio/ if any other application wants to pick an audio file – for example the “Rings Extended” application.
* Assign a ringtone directly to a contact.
Supported file formats right now include:
* AAC/MP4 (including unprotected iTunes music)
* 3GPP/AMR (this is the format used when you record sounds directly on the handset)
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# Non-members may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP.
svn checkout http://ringdroid.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ ringdroid-read-only