Captainkrtek · Nov 15, 2010 at 12:00 am

Convert Clothing Sizes on the go With “Sizes”

This simple little app for Android devices allows you to convert clothing sizes for different countries. The app is developed by XDA Member SereagSkirev. The App works on all Android devices running Android 1.6 or higher.

The app allows you to convert

  • Mens Shoe Sizes
  • Mens Clothing Sizes
  • Hat Sizes

To the Following Countries:

  • Japan
  • Russia & Ukraine
  • USA & Canada
  • Europe
  • United Kingdom

If you have a suggestion feel free to post it in the discussion thread. Also, checkout the thread to download the app. The developer says that they will be adding Women and Kid sizes in the next release.


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