Mobile Currency Converter for Windows Mobile Updated
If you are still using Windows Mobile as your preferred operating system, you may remember this application presented by XDA member joeylicc. It´s been a while since it was launched and now we have an update that includes a fix for exception w/ message PlatformNotSupportedException and also added a member’s request for Localization for Indonesian.
This app will let you use more than 153 currencies supported by Yahoo, but of course you can always edit the file to your personal needs, thus making it faster to start up.
Originally posted by joeylicc
[App] Mobile Currency Converter v1.5
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.
Do you really need all 153 currencies code supported by Yahoo!?
If not, copy the CurrencyList.csv from the application directory and trim down the file to suit your needs.
This can speed up the startup time too.
Thank you very much eboelzner shared his Sense Interface SDK.
This application is built upon Sense Interface SDK.
Thank you very much the AlphaMobileControls at CodePlex.
Thank you very much stickfigure design the application icon.
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