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Get the Right Exchange Rate with Mobile Currency Converter for WM
XDA member joeylicc has just released a currency converter app for those people who will flat out refuse to jump ship to any app that is not Sense-styled. The app is simple yet useful and visually appealing thanks to the Sense style and since it has the ability to convert currency to pretty much any currency you can think of, this proves to be a very handy app to have at any time when travelling abroad.
Make sure that you leave some feedback for the dev and keep in mind that the exchange rates are updated via internet, so careful with the data charges if you don’t have a data plan with your carrier.
I have created a simple currency converter application with HTC Sense Interface Style.
Exchange rate downloaded from Yahoo! Finance. Downloaded exchange rate cache for user specified period.
All suggestions are welcomed.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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