If you are using Quickvoice app for voice recording on your iPhone/iPad/iPod, the Quickvoice recordings will appear as .caf files after you might have imported the Quickvoice files to your computer from your iPad/iPhone/iPod. You will be unable to play the recordings on your PC if you do not have a media player that supports the .caf files. Hence, the need for an audio converter which you can use in converting .caf files to mp3 files.
Though, I still play my Quickvoice .caf files on my computer using QuickTime media player; nevertheless, I still use Freemake Audio Converter for converting my Quickvoice. caf files to mp3 files so I can easily enjoy my recordings on all my media players. Freemake Audio converter is free to download and very easy to use. Follow the steps below in converting your .caf files to mp3 files using the Freemake Audio Converter.
==> Download and Install Freemake Audio Converter to your PC
==> Launch the application and click the "Audio" button
==> Browse for the Quickvoice .caf files you will like to convert to mp3
==> Click "to MP3", choose a ready preset or create your own one. Don't forget to tick "Export to iTunes", if you need it
==> Click "Convert" to convert .caf to MP3 format.
You can now check the output directly for your mp3 files and play the files with your favorite media players.
You can check out "How To Transfer Quickvoice Files from iPad to Computer" for info on how to import your Quickvoice recordings to computer from your Apple device and where to find the synced Quickvoice recordings on your PC
To work with Freemake software, you will need .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile. If you don't have it, Freemake setup wizard will install it to your PC.
I hope this helps. Let me know via comments.