i found version 2.2 easily on www.versiontracker.comEasyWMA will do the trick. Very easy to use, great app, and fr...oh wait, version 2.2 was free, version 2.3 costs $10 USD pretty rotten thing to do IMO
I mean, I understand why he would change the licence and charge for the app. It's a solid application and worth the money, but you don't switch sides half way through a point release. He could have at least waited for version 3 and added some extra funky features.
If you search around you may be able to find version 2.2 or earlier floating around.
Its free and it works. Convert to mp3, import to itunes and finish by convert to acc. Thanks waitonHi. I've just googled and found a great solution that's free:
I'm using it right now. It seems to take a little longer than conversion in iTunes (ie. CD to mp3) but it can queue up as many files as you wish. If you have lots then you can just queue them up before you go to bed and let it do it overnight.
I'm using the free version to convert from WMA to MP3. It also has AAC format too.
EDIT: I've just finished converting 426 wma songs to mp3. The sound is good but all the album and artist information got lost in the conversion! AAARRGGHHH!!! So I'm going to use my partner's Windows PC to convert instead. *Grumble*