Convert Audio Free Gains Praise for Its Audio Conversion Solutions


Bellevue, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/20/2012 -- In the early days of computers, there were only a few different audio file formats available to users. Today, there are hundreds of different types of audio files available on the internet. From the ubiquitous MP3 file format to more obscure formats like FLAC, users have plenty of options when it comes to listening to their music.

However, some websites and programs only accept one type of audio format. For example, iTunes will only accept songs that have the following file formats: MP3, AIFF, WAV, MPEG-4, AAC, and M4A. This is a problem for users who have songs in other file formats. has been gaining a lot of attention lately after developing an easy solution to this problem. Instead of having different programs for each type of music file, users can simply convert their audio files into any format they require. has developed a number of different audio conversion applications and in a highly popular move with its users all the applications are free.

Another popular feature with is that users need no technical knowledge in order to run the conversion applications. The applications are designed to be as intuitive and self-explanatory, which means users don’t need to read an instruction manual before converting their favorite audio files.

From the website, visitors can browse through a selection of seven different audio conversion applications. There is a M4A to MP3 converter, for example, as well as a WAV to MP3 converter.

As any web-savvy computer user knows, it’s important to avoid downloading files from suspicious websites. Fortunately, the conversion tools at are also featured on popular tech websites like CNet and Softpedia, which means they have been certified by industry experts. CNet and Softpedia also feature a plethora of favorable reviews of the Convert Audio Free products.

The website also caters to users searching for the Directshow Decoder, which is an application required to play certain types of videos and movies. Users generally require the Directshow Decoder in order to play movies over the DivX player.

The creators of also cater to mobile users. A spokesperson for the website explained what that means:

“Our audio converters are compatible with all major operating systems available today. That means they can easily be used on the iPad, iPhone, or any other mobile devices available. Of course, our converters work perfectly fine with PCs and Mac computers as well. Our focus has been on creating multi platform applications that are free to use and intuitive in nature. We believe even people with the most basic technology skills can convert files using our software.”

About allows users to download several different types of audio conversion software. The website includes converters for all major file formats and the applications are free and easy to use. For more information, please visit: