Choosing a ringtone is part of the areas many folks choose to ignore. I don’t know about you, I find it difficult to set a ringtone on my new device and this, in turn, make it difficult for me to recognize when my phone is ringing.


To put a stop to all these missed calls I keep getting whenever I’m in a public, I have to change my phone ringtone to a better one. You should do the same as well if you have not done that. This post will be showing you how to get a customized ringtone on your iPhone and iPad that runs on iOS 13.


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Getting ringtone is not that hard though especially since Apple now allows users to choose iTunes to set any songs as ringtone, or someone even opted to a third-party ringtone. The latest changes now are that Apple now allows you to buy a customized ringtone on your iPhone 11 or any iOS 13 device or iPad. You can use the ringtone to even customized all the important contact on your device.

Apple is now making everything simple across all it’s devices. For example, they have now separated Apple Music, Podcasts and TV from iTunes. Right now, buying music from Apple on your iPhone as simple as eating pizza.

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How to Buy Ringtones in iOS 13 and iPadOS

Step 1: Open the Settings App on your iPhone.
Step 2: Go to the Sounds & Haptics and tap on Ringtone
Step 3: Tap on the Tone Store and choose your favorite tone and tap on it.
Step 4: Tap on the name of the tone to preview it.
Step 5: Tap on the Price of the ringtone. (This will bring up a pop-up screen asking you set the tone as default ringtone, text tone or use it for contact. Tap on done if you have not made up your mind yet)
Step 6: Now you will be asked to authorize the purchase and once done the tone will appear in your ‘Ringtones List’.

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That’s all. You have now successfully purchased a ringtone for your iPhone or iPad. You should follow the same method if you want to buy a new ringtone on your iPhone or iPad.

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