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Voice Ringtones
Voice Ringtones
Voice Ringtones free download for Mac

Voice Ringtones

Version 3.0.1

Creates .m4r files to announce the name of the contact that calls/text you.

Voice Ringtones overview

Voice ringtones is an application which will allow you to create ringtones and text tones that speak the name of the contact who is calling or texting you. All you need to do is select whether you want to create a ringtone or a text tone, enter the name of the contact, and Voice Ringtones will create a .m4r file in a folder that you specify. Then you can add it to your iPhone using iTunes, or to your Mac using our Ringtone Adder application. Was your contact's name pronounced incorrectly? Voice Ringtones will ask you, and if it was, then you can hear alternate pronunciations, and select which one sounds best.

What’s new in version 3.0.1

Updated on Feb 07 2017

Version 3.0.1:
  • Fixes an issue where the default file save location was not updated until the app was restarted
  • Allows sorting of voices alphabetically in the preferences menu
  • Adds shortcut to System Preferences if users want to add other voices (OS X El Capitan and earlier)





512 KB



App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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Aug 2 2015
Aug 2 2015
Version: 2.0
This is a nice little app developed in Apple Script. Unfortunately, there is a small feature that prevents you from quitting.

Open the app with Script Editor, search for 'quit' and add one line:
set theAction to button returned of result
if theAction is equal to "Quit" then end run
Save the script and all is well.

The app is more than worth what the developer is asking for it.