Power MP3 WMA Converter

Power MP3 WMA Converter 6.5

Convert WMA, MP3 and WAV

Power MP3 WMA Converter is a handy, free software only available for Windows, being part of the category Audio software with subcategory Converters (more specifically MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG) and has been published by CooolSoft. View full description

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Power MP3 WMA Converter is a handy, free software only available for Windows, being part of the category Audio software with subcategory Converters (more specifically MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG) and has been published by CooolSoft.

More about Power MP3 WMA Converter

Since the program has been added to our selection of software and apps in 2005, it has achieved 702,939 downloads, and last week it had 26 installations.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and prior versions, and you can get it in different languages such as English, Spanish, and German. The current version of the program is 6.5 and it has been updated on 9/12/2013.

Power MP3 WMA Converter is a software that takes up less storage space than most software in the section Audio software. It's very heavily used in countries such as Republic Of Korea, Egypt, and South Africa.

A freeware to convert between mp3, wma, wav, ogg, ape and many other audio formats easily and quickly.

Power MP3 WMA Converter is a professional audio conversion tool. With its fast and convenient conversion among mp3, wma, wav, ogg, ape, asf(audio part), wmv(udio part) and CD audio can be achieved. By using high quality encoder and decoder, the minimum sound quality loss during converting can be ensured. And the simple and friendly interface make it easy to use.

Power MP3 WMA Converter can burn mp3, wma, wav, ogg, ape, asf (audio part), wmv(udio part) files to cd directly, and it can also rip CD into one of the format directly.
Besides conversion, its other useful functions are edit of tag information, auto renaming with tag information, and so on.

User reviews about Power MP3 WMA Converter

  • taquigraf

    by taquigraf

    "Comes in handy"

    I hate having WMA, they're just more restrictive than most other files and its better to have all your library in MP3. P... More.

    reviewed on May 25, 2006