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Media Converter takes your HTC EVO files and turns them into nearly any format

MediaConverter1 Turning that WAV into an MP3 is not an easy thing for the technology impaired. Doing it all on your phone without a computer can be even harder if you don't have Media Converter by File Conversion. Now converting one file into another like-type file on your HTC EVO is just a few clicks away.

When it comes to file support, Media Convert definitely covers the course of some of the more off-beat file types, such as 7Z and GZ archive support or handling conversions of TGA and EPS image files. Almost any file is good to go except for items that have DRM cooked into them (so some ebooks and older iTunes music will not be converted).

Once it comes time to do your conversion, everything is handled in File Conversion's cloud so your battery is not wasted and speeds are faster as they are not using your device's processor. This does raise some issues as to privacy with items such as photos and PDFs, though, so be careful with personal information.

Other highlights include extraction of music from MP4s or FLVs, and low-lights include the facts that there is currently a 100MB limit per file and if you do not have a file manager installed, Media Convert is limited to items in your picture, video, and music galleries. Despite this, it is an easy app to use, which you can see in the video below.


Here's the full conversion list:

VIDEOS: Convert nearly any format to 3GP, 3G2, FLV, MKV, MP4, MPEG-2, OGG, WEBM, or WMV.

AUDIO: Convert nearly any audio format to MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, AAC, FLAC, M4A, or MMF.

IMAGES: Convert nearly any format to JPG, PNG, BMP, EPS, GIF, HDR, EXR, SVG, TGA, TIFF, WBMP, or WEBP.

DOCUMENTS: Convert just about anything to PDF, DOC, TXT, ODT, FLASH, or HTML.

EBOOKS: Convert ebooks between many formats such as EPUB, MOBI, PDF, LRF, FB2, LIT, PDB, TCR.

ARCHIVES: Convert files to archives, or convert between archive formats! Supports ZIP, BZ2, 7Z, and GZ.


Ringing in at the register for $2.99, Media Converter is a great app that does what it says in a simple fashion for those who might not be too slick on converting files and for those who might require file conversion on the go.


Links: Market (EVO) | Market (web)

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Bruce Eaton

Bruce Eaton is a former contributing editor at Good and EVO, which was merged into Pocketables in 2012.

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4 thoughts on “Media Converter takes your HTC EVO files and turns them into nearly any format

  • Avatar of Dj Lucy

    what i been looking for nice!!!!

  • Glad this was of some help to you. I know not everyone is a super computer hacker wiz master and when a phone is in the mix, things can get complicated and this definitely makes things simple.

  • Avatar of ZenTsang

    To Preface…I am not flaming this app. Please read my comment entirely to understand my point before responding. I think this is a cool app, I just have some concerns.

    Yeah ok so… I have a few issues with this app but I’ll just point out the glaring issue.

    Basically you have to upload the files you want to convert to a server … somewhere … run by someone … then download it again in the new format for your needs. Sounds straight forward enough right?

    I kind of question the legality of doing this with copyrighted material (as the video shows by uploading Joe Jonas). We assume this is a self-automated converting server that a physical human isn’t siphoning all material sent there. However, you would be transmitting copyrighted material to someone else’s system. At this point it’s an automatic legal issue.

    I bet the MPAA and RIAA and any other global copyright protecting organization would love to pounce on. The very basic nature of most of the copyright laws is that you are not allowed to transmit copyrighted material to another individual by any means period. This means burning CDs, transmitting across the web, sending via bluetooth, basically any means. Even if you and the other person own the same movie or CD … we do not have the authority/right to transmit, share, rebroadcast, republish, etc any copyrighted works.

    Now if the developers provided the server code as a downloadable option (free or pay) to put on your own PC and your phone is set to convert using your own equipment … then this would be fine.

    With all that said… this is definitely an awesome app. So please know I am not knocking it. I think it’s great. I just had that thought so I figured I’d share. And if a downloadable option for the server code was available… yes… I would buy it.

    So that’s just my thoughts.

  • can’t play converted mp3s thru mixzing.
    anyone else?


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