Free ringtones for your iPhone! These files have been converted from MP3 to AAC format for use as ringtones on your iPhone. If you want the mp3 ringtones, gohere. Want to know how to make your own ringtones?

To use these ringtones:

  1. Save the file to a folder on your hard drive. This is very important. If you open the file instead of saving it, it will look like it has been added to iTunes but it will not be available when you try to sync it.
  2. Double-click the m4r file and it will add itself to the ringtones in iTunes.
  3. Sync the file(s) to your iPhone. They will now be available as ringtones in the settings.

Back in Black by AC/DC

B.C. Clark Christmas Jingle (from a jewelry store in Oklahoma City, OK)

The Beer song by The Jolly Rogers

Big Love by Lindsey Buckingham/Fleetwook Mac

Boot To The Head (novelty)

Boss of Me by They Might Be Giants (Malcolm in the Middle theme)

Oklahoma State University Cowboys Fight Song

Foreplay by Boston

I Want to Hold Your Hand by The Beatles (great girlfriend ringtone)

Holiday by Green Day

It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere by Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet

Kodachrome by Paul Simon

Lido Shuffle by Boz Scaggs

Theme from The Magnificent Seven

Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin (version 1)

Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin (version 2)

Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin (version 3)

Mother in Law (guess who this one’s good for)

Movin Right Along from The Muppet Movie

Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah by Alan Sherman (great for parents, of course)

Old Time Rock and Roll by Bob Seger

Pay Me by the Jolly Rogers (careful, this one will stick in your head)

Peace of Mind by Boston

Pump It by The Black Eyed Peas

Radio Tokyo by Marvelous 3

Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones

School’s Out by Alice Cooper (a great summer ringtone)

Smokin by Boston

Twist and Shout by The Beatles

Walk This Way by Run DMC and Aerosmith

Oklahoma State University Waving Song

White and Nerdy by Weird Al Yankovich

Want to create your own MP3 ringtones from your favorite songs? All you need is a copy of Audacity (a free audio editor) and LAME (an encoder Audacity needs to save MP3 files). See the full instructions here.