Just a short post to let you know that Zamzar’s co-founders recently spoke to Michael Zhang from Folksonomy. If you want to learn more about what motivated them to start Zamzar check out the interview.
A big thanks to German site ehrensenf.de who featured Zamzar on their daily video podcast today with regular presenter Katrin – To view the show just click below:
We’re intrigued to know what was said (despite the fact that a member of the Zamzar team claims to have a “working knowledge of German”), so we’re opening this post up to comments:
- Can anyone give us a rough translation of the show’s Zamzar content ?
Update: A big thanks to those of you who commented with translations – the full original and translated text is now available in the comments for this post. 🙂
Bis später !
The Zamzar Team.
We’re into day 5 of the Zamzar odyssey, and here at Zamzar HQ we’ve been working hard to make your file conversion experience as smooth as possible.
As well as fixing the bugs you’ve reported, we’ve been listening to all your requests for new conversion types. Please do keep sending them in – they help us to know what matters to you ! We’ve also enjoyed reading your feedback … one of our favourites so far is shown here (from Lifehacker):
Zamzar continues to be well received – We’ve had comments from bloggers as far afield as France, Russia and Japan. We run all the posts through translation software and enjoy hearing the feedback you’re giving – thanks guys 🙂
We were also pleased to be the top dog on del.icio.us today as well:
As you know we are in Beta at the moment, and we’re experiencing the odd buglet here and there, particularly with some of the video conversions. Please do contact our support team if you find something amiss, and we’ll try and put it right as quickly as possible.
FYI – We’ve had to temporarily pull support for swf conversions. As soon as they’re back we’ll let you know.
The Zamzar Team
One day into the launch of the site and Zamzar is already starting to pick up some good feedback – We hit the front page of thebeststuffintheworld.com today, along with Nike, Flickr and a pair of old trainers …
Thanks to everyone who converted files on day one – we hope you enjoyed the experience !
We’re pleased to announce the launch of Zamzar – A site dedicated to free online file conversion.
Zamzar allows you to transform your songs, videos, images and documents into a variety of different formats. Using Zamzar you can:
- Make your PDF documents editable by converting them to MS Word
- Convert your ITunes (aac) files to mp3
- Upload up to 5 files at a time to convert simultaneously
- Take advantage of over 150 different conversion types !
This blog is your opportunity to feedback to us – The product is in Beta, and we’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences, so please get in touch.
The Zamzar team.