There is no denying that one of the main draws of jailbreaking is that it paves the way for true customization on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It is a fact that being inside Apple's walled garden can be quite restrictive, which is why many people choose to jailbreak their device. Now we have another jailbreak app for you that will let you customize another aspect of your iPhone.
The name of the jailbreak tweak is called AnyRing and as the name implies, it is a jailbreak app designed to let the user customize his or her iPhone's ringtone, SMS alerts and mail alerts. This jailbreak app has been available for quite some time now but it was not until recently that it was updated to work with another jailbreak tweak called Callbar.
The idea behind this jailbreak app is that you can create your own custom ringtones using any song from your iTunes library. You can even choose to use specific sections of the song to be used as a ringtone and all of it can be done within the app, which is definitely handy. Aside from using your iTunes music, you can also use your recorded voice and even a YouTube video. If you feel the need to share your ringtones to another user, you can do so via Bluetooth. This is a pretty good solution for those who are looking for an easy way to customize their iPhone's ringtone. AnyRing app is available in Cydia for $3.99 under the BigBoss repo, although it does come with a free trial.
Since the AnyRing app can only be downloaded in Cydia, you obviously need to have a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Fortunately, we have the tutorials that you need. For iPhone 4S and iPad 2 users, you will need to download the Absinthe Jailbreak Tool. For instructions on how to jailbreak your iDevice on Mac using Absinthe, refer to our Jailbreak iPhone 4S Guide for Mac or for Windows users, you can read our Jailbreak iPhone 4S Guide for Windows. As for the rest of the devices (A4), you can use our iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak guide and start using Anyring. [via iDownloadBlog]Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback