Add Free Ringtones From NASA To Your Phone

If you are fascinated with space exploration or just find the work that NASA does to be interesting you might like to add a touch of the space program to your smartphone with free ringtones provided by NASA.

The ringtones are audio snippets from Space Shuttle launches, the Apollo and Mercury missions, current missions, and a small sampling of beeps and bytes. You can download the MP3 files from NASA’s web site and manually install them on your smartphone.

Android users will find it easy to add the ringtones to their phones because all they need to do is install the free NASA app, then tap Menu, Ringtones. The NASA app is also a great source of pictures for wallpaper and has interesting information about all of NASA’s work.

iPhone users have more work to get the ringtones on their phone as the NASA iPhone app does not have the ability to directly install the ringtones. NASA provides detailed instructions for downloading the M4R files they provide to your PC and then use iTunes to install the ringtone on your phone.

Publish date: September 26, 2011 © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT