(Windows Media Audio) An audio compression method from Microsoft. Known originally as MSAudio, this proprietary format competes with the MP3 and AAC methods. WMA encodes rapidly and is known to be especially effective at low bit rates. See Windows Media formats, MP3 and AAC.
There is a whole list of compatible MP3 devices listed on the Yahoo Music website, but since Yahoo Music files are downloaded in WMA (Windows Media) format, your iPod becomes a causality of the great Windows/Mac war.
Our music file guide will help you better understand the difference between MP3 and WMA, for example, ensuring that the format you select is compatible with your computer and your portable music player.
Of course, MP3 and WAV are not the only audio file extension out there - you may run across WMA, OGG, VQA, and many more, depending on your operating system.
If you have the most recent PSP firmware version, you'll likely be able to enjoy a wide range of file formats including WMA, ATRAC3Plus, MP3, and WAV.
Complete with Bluetooth, the Nokia 3250 is compatible with a wide variety of audio formats including MP3, M4A, RealAudio 7/8/10, WMA, and eAAC+.