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Exchange Rates

Exchange Rates

Exchange Rates is a simple travel currency converter designed to make it easy for tourists to determine prices in their own currency. The rates shown are the "last trade" rates and are delayed by at least 15 minutes.

Exchange Rates in action Exchange Rates in action

The base currency is colored yellow and the rate of the last known trade is shown below the currency name. This app is a non-commercial product which features no advertisements.

Features:

  • Integrated calculator
  • Every world currency
  • Multiple currency display
  • Long press on a currency gives the following options:
    • Invert the rates
    • View the currency chart
    • Override the rate
    • Clear an override
    • View Wikipedia
    • Set the base currency
    • Change the currency
    • Reorder the list
  • Override rates
  • Invert rates
  • Offline mode
  • Search function
  • Currency charts
  • Auto sync
  • Currency wikipedia
  • Offline mode to save battery life
  • Vibrate on keypress
  • Internationalization support
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Russell Wilson

Verdict:

Exchange Rates is an exceptionally easy to use app which will help you make sensible purchasing decisions in foreign countries.

8/10

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Last Updated Friday, September 27 2013 @ 04:17 PM EDT


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