A jingle is, generally, a short tune used in advertising and other commercial uses. In each Ace Attorney game to date (with the exception of Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney) there have been short tunes with "Jingle" (ジングル) in the title that are played on the save screens at the end of each chapter.
- "Jingle - There's No Stopping Here" (ジングル ～こんなところで終われない)* (Sometimes translated as "Jingle ~ It Can't End Here)
- "Jingle - There's No Sleeping Tonight" (ジングル ～こんな夜には眠れない)* (Sometimes translated as "Jingle ~ Can't Sleep on a Night Like This)
- "Jingle - There's No Going Back" (ジングル ～あんな日々には戻れない)* (Sometimes translated as "Jingle ~ Can't Turn Back to Everyday Life)
- "Jingle - Enough For Today" (ジングル ～今日はここまで)
- "Jingle - Slight Break" (ジングル ～つかの間の休息)
- "Jingle - Never-ending Trouble" (ジングル～ 悩みの種は尽きない)
- "Jingle - You Should Rest at a Time Like This" (ジングル ～そんな時には一休み)
- "Jingle - Sigh of Relief" (ジングル ～ホッと一息)
Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, a game developed by the main Ace Attorney series developer Shu Takumi and with music by Masakazu Sugimori, also features a track entitled "JINGLE" which is similarly used to separate chapters. However, unlike the Ace Attorney series, this "jingle" has no subtitle.