1. Better support the latest macOS Mojave.
2. Added more features for you to choose - Screen Recorder.
3. Improved the output audio quality.
Ratings and Reviews
Works well, but not great
It does create 320kb MP3s, but you have to change the setting to 320 AFTER you select the file(s) to convert. I set it at 320, then selected the file and converted, and it reverted back to 192. But I went back in and selected the file first and then changed the setting, then converted, and it worked fine. A 50MB flac file took about 12 seconds to convert on my 2012 Mac Pro. It only used on of my 12 cores as far as I could tell. Haven’t tried batch converting, but others have said it works with no problem and I have no reason to doubt that. I really like the “free” part! It did have ads, but they’re easy enough to ignore.
I spent 20 minutes pointlessly searching the web for a free FLAC converter from a reputable site, then thought “Why don’t I check the App Store”.
As the above user says, the UI is terrible, obviously thrown together from previous components - it even says “Add Video” where it should say “Add Audio” or “Add Files”.
That said, I didn’t count how many cores it used, but it converted one 50 minute album in 1 minute 20 seconds on my 2013 Macbook Pro. Hardly the lagging performance I had been anticipating from the previous review. It also preserves the tags from the FLAC file - I expected I’d have to re-key that information, so that was a nice surprise.
Solid 4 stars for functionality, losing the last star due to the horrible UI. IT’s livable, but not ideal.
Thanks! Worked fast, exactly what I needed!
Well this worked perfectly.
That’s it, just a free tool that does exactly what you need it to do, conver files en masse
- OKWare Co., Ltd
- 50.4 MB
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 AnyMP4 Studio.
- In-App Purchases
- Audio Track & Subtitles $9.99
- Screen Recorder $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.