Tunesify is the simplest way to convert almost any audio file into formats supported by iTunes, iPods and iPhones. Tunesify can convert FLAC, Windows Media Audio, WavPack, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey’s Audio and many more. Lossless formats, such as FLAC, can be converted to Apple Lossless, which preserves the true CD-quality sound. Files can also be converted to AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF or HE-AAC formats.

No knowledge of audio codecs or bit rates is necessary as an automatic mode takes all of the guesswork out of choosing your settings. Simply drag and drop audio files into Tunesify and click Convert. You can even convert music videos into audio files that will play on your Apple Device.

Tunesify uses the Core Audio and LAME encoders in order to ensure the highest quality audio conversions. Tunesify cannot convert files containing DRM (copy-protection).

What's New

Version 1.7

- Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings

Mixed feelings

I’ve had this app for a couple of years and it worked flawlessly. Just recently, it won’t take any of my itunes music to convert and I’m not sure what I should do…Gave it 3 stars for the change.

Edit: I can’t seem to drag the music to the app anymore but I can add it through another method. I wish I could drag a list, it’s just much faster.

Oh well. I gave it 4 stars.

Squish the Fish07


Works like it should, fast and simple way to transfer flac to Apple Lossless… Thats what I use it for anyways.


It Works!

I searched and search for a simple, small, cheap (or free), FAST way to convert all my old WMA files from my PC to MP3 on my new MacBook since they couldn't be read in iTunes (and only in QuickTime w/ Flip4Mac). I tried the free version to make sure it works and it DOES. My new Air converts 2 WMA's at a time to MP3's in about 6 seconds! This does exactly what it says and what I needed for a simple $4 bucks. Only thing lacking is an option to delete the old file after conversion (but does maintain Folder Trees!). If converting a large batch like me, just go to your music folder and in the Finder search ".wma" and then click the first file, scroll to the bottom and as you hold SHIFT click the last file, then click "open" to add all your to-be-converted files! :)


Andrew Heard
9.2 MB
OS X 10.6.8 or later, 64-bit processor
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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