Do you ever wish you could know who is calling you without having to actually look at who’s calling you? If you are like me, you probably have a lot of contacts on your phone, and sometimes it can be hard to remember who is who.
Maybe you have a friend who always calls you with good news, a family member who needs your help or a boss who expects you to answer right away. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could tell who is calling just by the sound of your phone ringing?
Well, guess what? You can. Both iPhone and Android devices have a feature that lets you set a custom ringtone for any contact on your phone. This way, you can assign a different sound to each person and recognize them instantly when they call.
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