iPhone App of the Day: XE Currency Converter

June 26, 2010

If you’re travelling and you see a wonderful little item in a country far removed from a civilised monetary system, you’ll need to have fast access to a currency converter. So, as we’re looking at some handy iPhone apps, a program like XE Currency Converter wouldn’t be a bad choice.

You never know, that piece going for two million tögrög may actually be affordable.

Here’s what they have to say for themselves:

Description

Convert 180+ currencies on the go with the XE Currency converter by XE.com – the world’s favorite currency site. With over one million downloads, this currency calculator is simple, powerful, and best of all, FREE!

ACCESS EVERY WORLD CURRENCY
XE offers the industry’s most accurate rates for 180+ currencies, as well as precious metals.

UP TO THE MINUTE RATES
Major corporations around the world trust our live mid-market rates for their own accounting systems.

USE IT OFFLINE
The last rates are stored on your iPhone, so you can calculate prices even when you’re in remote areas.

PERSONALIZE YOUR SETTINGS
– Choose up to 10 currencies and list them in any order.
– Select the number of decimal places shown.
– Color coded digits display the number of decimal places used by each currency.

SHAKE TO RESET
Perform unit conversions with a flick of the wrist.

FIND OUT ABOUT MORE FEATURES
Get XE Currency by XE.com, the world’s favorite currency site.

LOCATION
With your permission, XE Currency sends anonymous location information. For a bit of fun, see where in the world people have used XE Currency. Get more information at http://www.xe.com/iphone/

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