Freemake Audio Converter

Freemake Audio Converter

4 stars

Editor's Rating


User Rating

5 5



convert audio files Freemake Audio Converter is an easy to use tool to convert audio files to MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A (iPod, iPhone, iPad etc.) and OGG formats. You can choose from several presets or create custom conversion profiles to fit your needs. The program can batch convert multiple files at once and optionally join the tracks into a single file. Other features include an option to extract audio from video files and iTunes integration. Free trial limited to 3 minute conversions Copyright

Trial Limitations: Time & feature limited evaluation version

FYI: This program offers to install promotional or third party software. Installation of these components is optional but you should pay attention during setup to avoid installing unwanted software. Read our policy.

Product Details

Publisher Ellora Assets Corporation (4) Price $19.95 per year
Version 1.1.8  history Last updated Mar 31, 2016
File Size 982 Kb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars75% 3
4 stars0% 0
3 stars0% 0
2 stars0% 0
1 star25% 1
Based on 4 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Not free anymore 1 stars by Mike_Troy Sep 09, 2017 (Read all my 8 reviews)
This used to be a great, easy to use auto conversion program. Recently, they changed it so that you cannot convert files over 3 min without paying for a 20 add-on. So it's really not freeware anymore. show Review details
Good for audio 5 stars by gimpguy Aug 04, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
This is great for audio conversion, fast and keeps quality. I gave it a 5, It's made to convert audio and it does it well. There are many that do, well, near everything but the conversion for audio was much smoother with this and faster so yeah, for my audio I think I'll keep it. show Review details
A+ 5 stars by Grizzly660 Feb 18, 2012 (Read all my 9 reviews)
This does what it is suppose to do, it runs great in Windows7 64, very user friendly only thing is on the main screen there is a Facebook image and Twitter and a YouTube image that are live links. show Review details
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