Cellphones have come a long way from clunky devices with that retractable antenna to the smartphones we just can’t do without today. And as the number of Cellphones continues to grow exponentially, the desire to differentiate each phone from another grows ever stronger among the populace.
And this is exactly where the Cellphone ringtones come in. From the innocuous “tring tring” to classic chartbusters, ringtones have become a way of life for many people. And whether we like it or not, everyone has their own favorites when it comes to Cellphone ringtones. So in this article we are going to take a look at the world’s top 10 Cellphone ringtones, and learn about each of them in detail.
Let’s tune in.
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Whether it is the sound of raindrops falling or the faint murmur of wind through the tree leaves, nature sounds are a perennial favorite among ringtone aficionados. Whether you are in a bus or in the theatre, you can be sure to be surprised by the soulful twittering of an unknown bird.
Beethoven’s fifth symphony remains to this day one of the milestones of western classical music, to say the least. And incidentally this is also one of the most played ringtones around the world today. The magic of the master still endures even after two centuries.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Theme
This is one of the iconic ones. No matter where you live in the world, you must have heard this ringtone play somewhere; maybe you’ve had it on your own phone at one time. This classic western tune captures the essence of the Wild West, and remains one of the favorites of all times.
Any Beatles classic is still a hit as a Cellphone ringtone. Enough said.
The Dark Knight Theme
Hans Zimmer’s legendary score in Christopher Nolan’s take on the caped crusader has become a fan favorite ringtone ever since it came out. And the ominous tone of the theme, together with the gradually building tempo lends a unique tension that is perhaps unheard of in the ringtone world.
The Game Of Thrones Opening Theme
The opening credits theme of the hit TV show is also a hit ringtone. Composed by Ramin Djawadi, the tune perfectly captures the multifarious tensions and turmoil in the lives of the different warring factions in Westeros.
Mission Impossible Theme
This theme from the hit Tom Cruise franchise is still one of the top ringtones around the world. The tone captures the intense subterfuge that is inherent in the movies perfectly.
This electronic wonder from Edward Maya still rules as one of the top ringtones of all times. The rhythm of the beats, together with Maya’s brilliant composition, lends a strangely ethereal quality to this number.
This peppy Spanish dance number from the 1990’s is still a hot favorite for those who prefer funky ringtones. And the number seven song on Billboard’s All Time Top 100, you can’t go wrong with this one.
The Nokia Tune
Last, but certainly not the least is the signature Nokia tune. Nokia’s classic phones may be long gone, but you can still download this number from the internet and set it as your ringtone on any phone.
So that’s our list of the top 10 Cellphone ringtones in the world. These tunes are chosen by ringtone fans the world over due to their ageless appeal and evergreen charisma. If you feel the need to add to this list, do let us know and we shall certainly do the needful.