Noonski · May 3, 2010 at 08:47 am

mConvert Available

Back in February we mentioned uConvert. Although it worked great, there was one small downside. You needed to install a very specific version of FlashPlayer to your device first.

User paulmahoney40 had to much time on his hands and went ahead and made his first published application here at XDA. The aptly named mConvert does exactly what you expect it to, convert different units. The interface is very straightforward and has some small references to the WP7 Metro interface and there’s a large list of predefined values that you can convert between already added. With vacation period starting, it’s always a good idea to have a converter around.

Originally posted by paulmahoney40

System Requirements:

  • Windows Mobile (Tested on 6.5)
  • Windows .NET Framework 3.5
  • WVGA Resolution Screen
  • Touch Screen

Continue on to the application thread for more information.

Continue on to the application thread for more information.Originally posted by Mach2003Tuch Screen

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