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AMR to MP3 Converter: Convert AMR to MP3 on Mac & Windows

author Lois Green
date Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Many mobile phones record spoken audio in AMR (Adaptive Multi-Rate) format. Here is an AMR to MP3 Converter that easily converts AMR to MP3, AMR to WMA, AMR to M4A, AMR to FLAC, AMR to OGG, and more.

# How to Converter AMR to MP3

1. Free Download AMR to MP3 Converter

As a video & audio converter, FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate (opens new window) can work as an AMR converter that can convert multiple AMR to MP3 on Mac OS X or Windows quickly. Besides MP3, it can also convert AMR to WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4R, AC3, OGG, AIFF, etc.

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2. Select AMR Files You Want to Convert

Click the "Add Files" button to select.AMR files from local storage. If it is an online AMR file, click Download and paste the URL of the file to save the file locally.

Load AMR Files to Video Converter Program

3. Choose the Output Format

To transfer AMR to MP3, M4A, WAV, and more, just click the "Convert All to" drop-down list and set it as MP3, M4A, WAV, and more in "Audio" category.

Choose Output File from General Audio

4. Convert AMR File to MP3 Format

Click the "Convert All" button to change AMR to MP3. The conversion process takes only a few seconds.

Start to Convert AMR to MP3

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# What's AMR Format

Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) is a compressed audio format developed by Ericsson. It is mostly used in recording audio or speech on mobile devices. When you use the audio recorder of your mobile phone, the file recorded is usually saved by default of AMR. It is smaller than the size of the audio file saved in MP3 format.

# Why Convert AMR to MP3

AMR files can be played on mobile devices like Ericsson 3G cell phones, Nokia phones, NTT, and VoiceAge. Some software like Apple QuickTime Player, RealPlayer, and AMR Player can also play AMR audio. However, it is not supported by common media players on computers like Windows Media Player and other devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, etc. If you need to play your recorded AMR files in an unsupported device, you'll need to convert the recording to MP3 or other widely-used formats.