Free M4a to MP3 Converter

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Does what it says 5 stars by pazmanpro May 17, 2011 (Read all my 3 reviews)
Very easy to use. Converts to MP3 keeping all ID3 tags intact. show Review details
Easy peasy 5 stars by Pippin Aug 11, 2009 (Read all my 2 reviews)
Had some iTunes M4a that I wanted to convert to MP3.. no problem with this program. Very easy to use, few clicks and it was done. Brilliant! Thanks so much to the developers! show Review details
Nice, quick converter 4 stars by NMITGuy Jun 12, 2009
Like previous reviewers said, it has a simple interface. Allows you to convert to mp3 at 320k, if you're willing to take a hit on file size. Only flaw so far is it won't allow me to delete the .m4a files from Windows Explore when the program is running. Says the files are in use by another program and can't be deleted, even after I move on to convert other files in different directories. Other than that, very cool. show Review details
Does exactly what it claims to do 5 stars by Caroline Feb 01, 2009 (Read all my 7 reviews)
This is a simple converter which does exactly what it claims. It has the option of converting to wav, but not a lot else. But then it doesn't claim to be an all-singing all-dancing application and it has links to other (pay-for) programs. However, if you just want to quickly and easily convert m4a iTunes files to mp3s, this is for you. show Review details
A must have if you have iTunes 5 stars by pcphil Jan 30, 2009
My 12yo daughter's hard drive crashed big time and we could not retrieve any of her music, which I do not want to think of the all the $.99 songs she lost. She said she could get most of her songs from friends but of course they wont play on her PC or Ipods. She wanted me to copy them to a CD and then bring them back into ITunes. I saw myself doing this for weeks. I thought I'll check Snapfiles and see what was available. I found this program and gave it a try. If it was any easier a 3yo could do it. I copied and put put a bunch (353)of ITune files in a folder and created another folder labled MP3s and launched the program I went to the folder with the add files icon and highlighted all 353 songs and clicked open. Then I said convert to MP3 and it started. I figured it might take a while but it did not maybe 15-20 min as some were albums. I played several and they sounded just fine. show Review details
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