Freemake Audio Converter 1.1.7
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Freemake Audio Converter Editor's Review
Ellora Assets Corporation known for their free products titled Freemake Video Converter and Freemake Video Downloader, have released a new software bundle this time focused on our audio needs. Following the same idea of offering all the necessary tools into a single application, Freemake Audio Converter is more than a simple audio converter.
From the same interface you can convert audio to MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, OGG formats or convert audio for MP3 players such as: iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP. If you hate for any reason using iTunes to send music to your iPod, this app can do the same thing. Besides the conversion main objective, with Freemake Audio Converter you can also extract audio from video files (DVD, H.264, AVI, MPEG, MP4, MKV, DIVX, MOV, WMV, VOB, 3GP, RM, QT, FLV), and even join several audio files into a single one.
Simple as it may look like, the interface will cause some frustration if you want to perform additional tasks besides the conversion one. That’s because it uses a classic Windows design in which the user needs to explore deeper in order to obtain other options. But why should we criticize this comprehensive audio tool, when you get all the necessary conversion features for free?
The developers already announced that this bundle will grow even bigger by introducing two new major features: RIP Audio CD’s and create Audio CD’s from MP3′s.
Pluses: free, great bundle collection;
Drawbacks/flaws: too much focused on audio conversion without givinig enough credit to the additional features;
In conclusion: a complete free package of features enough to cover your needs regarding any audio conversion;
Freemake Audio Converter Publisher's Description
Freemake Audio Converter is a new free tool that converts audio files between all key audio formats and prepares music for MP3 players, mobile phones and Apple gadgets. It accepts over 40 audio file formats (MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A, OGG, AMR, AC3, AIFF, M4R) and makes it possible to listen to almost any audio in iPod, Zune, Coby, SanDisc and many...Read more
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