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List of common mobile ringtone file extensions

Some of the specific audio files used as ringtones in mobile phones.

Common mobile ringtones may change in time as the popularity and significance of some formats can change.
Whole category of mobile ringtones contains now 51 file types. Show all mobile ringtone file types.

aac file icon aac 

An aac file extension is associated with the Advanced audio coding file format (AAC) that provides audio encoding with better sound quality and compression ratio than older formats, such as mp3 or ogg.

aiff file icon aiff 

Files with aiff suffix can be typically found as digital music (audio) files saved in the Audio Interchange Format.

amr file icon amr 

Files with amr suffix can be usually found as songs or music saved in Adaptive Multi-Rate compressed audio format. Can be played in several media players, like VLC player. Also AMR format is supported by many mobile phones.

m4a file icon m4a 

An m4a file extension is used for audio files stored in MPEG-4 (MP4) container and used AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), or Apple Lossless (ALAC) audio compression. M4A is very popular on Mac computers, because it is default audio format used by iTunes. M4A is also default audio format for Apple portable devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad).

midi file icon midi 

Files with midi extension can be generally found as audio files in MIDI format.

mp3 file icon mp3 

An mp3 file extension is commonly known to be associated with compressed audio files in MP3 format, playable in all media players.

wav file icon wav 

A wav file extension is associated with the Wave Form Audio container file format. It is used to store sounds as waveforms.

wma file icon wma 

A wma file extension is associated with the Advanced Systems Format (advanced Streaming Format, Active Streaming Format) container that is used to store multimedia data. A wma file stores audio in Advanced Systems Format container and compressed by Windows Media Audio (WMA) codec.

This is a list of some the most common file types from this category and may change in time as the popularity and significance of some formats can change. Whole category of mobile ringtones contains now 51 file types. Show all mobile ringtone files.

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