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Create a ringtone

THE IDEA BEHIND a ringtone is blindingly obvious — it’s to get your attention, alerting you to the fact someone wants to speak to you. The tiny snag is that an awful lot of people never change their ringtones. That means when one phone goes off, you’ll sometimes see dozens of people reach for their phone, before realizing the call isn’t actually for them.

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