Freemake Turns 5

June 21, 2015

Dear friends,

It's been five years since our first release of the Freemake software. These were the years of success and an awesome new experience. We launched new projects, developed new programs, changed the whole idea about the quality of file format software, and even hit the AppStore with our 1st iOS app.

We started with the release of two main Freemake products back in 2010.

Now Freemake freeware for Windows includes five programs: a tool to encode visuals in 500+ formats, DVD to MP4 converter, utility to save online clips from most popular media hosting websites, DVD copy software, program to transcode audio, online music player, and songs saver.

All the tools provide high-quality results are as always are absolutely free to use for everyone. You can download and try them right now. Please note that you should download the tools from our official website only. We are not responsible for the products saved and installed from the 3d party resources.

Freemake software was highly recommended by PCMag, PCWorld, Web User, PC Advisor, AppStorm, PC Format, Computer Active, Ghacks, Expert Reviews, published on Mashable, archive sites and blogs.

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Our social community has also been growing at an incredible speed. We reached over 600k likes on Facebook, 50k YouTube subscribers, and almost 30k Twitter followers.

Follow us on your favorite social network to get fresh updates about the released version, new features, and bug fixes.

Three years ago we started Freemake Blog, and since then we have been doing our best to help you solve numerous tech issues or choose software, sites, and apps for your needs.

Freemake Blog includes articles about various web-services, software, and apps that you might need for entertainment or to fulfill some tech goal. All the programs are fully tested by us. Thus you may be sure that they can be safely installed on your computer. The Fun section will cheer you up with funny visuals and pics. While How-to page will guide you troubleshooting steps to fix your phone or help you learn something new.

Don't hesitate to subscribe to your mailing list and get new article right to your email. You can also share the ones you liked best of all on Facebook, Twitter or via popular messengers.

In February 2014, Freemake Musicbox for iPhone saw the world. You gave us great feedback! We read all your comments and suggestions and tried to implement all most requested features.

Currently, the app lets you search and listen to your favorite tracks. However, we have plenty of cool ideas for the future releases.

We hope to continue developing mobile and desktop software, writing interesting and useful posts, and bring you more cool stuff this year.

Thank you all for being with us, for your great support, both positive and negative feedback. You really help us continue the work we do!

Do not forget that you can contact us anytime via official social pages or via our support page. We will do our best to help you solve an issue with the software or explain how this or that feature works.

And now...keep calm and wait for some great news!