Personalizing your computer is a common thing, as so is making your mobile device reflect some part of who you are. One of the first customization options you’re looking into is most likely your ringtone, and KingConvert Windows Mobile phone Ringtone Maker can easily help you build one for your Windows Phone.

The application doesn’t need to be taken quite literally, because the output is a format of your choice, which can be used on other devices as well, given support is integrated. Accommodation is not a thing to worry about, with the clean interface making sure a simple look over its set of features is enough.

You’re free to add both audio and video files to get them ready. This can be done by dragging them over the main window, selecting more from the file load dialog, or targeting a folder for its whole multimedia content. When done, they are all shown in a list along with details like duration, target type, output size, status, and path.

Since the output is supposed to be a ringtone, the lack of a cutting tool has a major impact on overall practicality, because the whole audio file is converted, with no option to pick only a custom part. Even though batch processing is supported, and file format is neat, you need to find an audio file no longer than 30 seconds for maximum efficiency.

Before commencing the conversion process, you can pick a custom directory, other than the default one. No quality options can be managed for the resulting audio file, but you do get to choose from several preset formats like MP3, AAC, AC3, AIFF, AU, OGG, M4A, WAV, WMA, and OGG.

All in all, KingConvert Windows Mobile phone Ringtone Maker comes with good intentions, and a decent variety of supported input, and output formats. However, most of its practicality is affected by the possibility to cut out a section of interest from target files, especially since its core purpose is to create a ringtone.