How to Set a Custom Alarm Tone on iPhone and iPad

The default alarm sound in iOS 13 titled Radar, gets the job done. But what if you want to set a custom alarm sound on your iPhone or iPad?  Well, it’s pretty easy to do, much like changing the Bedtime sound. You can choose to wake up hearing your favorite song or perhaps some ringtone that you like. So without any further ado, let’s check out the steps involved.

How to Set a Custom Alarm Sound on iPhone and iPad

  1. Open the Clock app on your iPhone or iPad
  2. Now, tap on Alarm from the bottom row.Open Cloak App and Tap on Alarm on iPhone
  3. Tap on Edit → Select the Alarm you want to set.Tap on Edit and Then Tap on Existing Alarm
  4. Now, tap on Sound. From the Songs section, tap on Pick a Song.Tap on Sound and Tap on Pick a Song
  5. Choose the song to set it as your custom alarm tone
  6. Tap <Back and finally, tap Save.Set a Custom Alarm Tone in iOS 13 on iPhone

You have successfully set the desired song as your alarm tone. Make sure you turn the alarm toggle ON to enable it.

How to Change the Alarm Sound

You can use the above methods to change the alarm sound to anything else that you like. Just choose from the list of sounds that are on the iPhone and iPad. If interested, tap on Classic to get access to many more old tones.

Change the Alarm Sound on iPhone

Finally, you may also tap on Tone Store and buy professionally made sounds from the iTunes Store. Tap on Charts to see the trending ones.

Tap on Tone Store and Buy the Tone on iPhoneThat’s all, folks!

This is how to have a personalized alarm and wake up enjoying your favorite music. If you want, you may have a look at our list of the best alarm clock apps for iPhone to spice things up.

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