What is GSM file?
This article will introduce you to the Global System for Mobile Audio File (GSM), which is a file extension that is used in mobile phones. GSM file extension *is* used in mobile phone devices, but it also refers to any type of audio that is encoded with the GSM spec. For example, if I uploaded my voice recording to an application, it would be encoded in .gsm format. The GSM file extension was originally created by Nokia for its S60 platform in 2003 and has since been deployed on their Symbian platform as well. It is now widely supported across the entire industry as a common system for encoding and playing back audio.
GSM Format details
|Full Name||Global System For Mobile Audio Format|
Software, that convert GSM files
The easiest way to convert a GSM file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle GSM files. Open your GSM file with one of them and save in another file format.
- VLC media player
- Smart Converter
- NCH Switch
- SoX Wrap