Money Is Time Or Time Is Money!
Have you ever heard the saying, “time is money”? I know I have. I’ve heard it more than I’ve had hot dinners. But I’ve always wondered whether or not the phrase does apply, and if so, how much money is lost at any particular occasion.
XDA member Tricky-Design has got our backs on this one. He’s designed an app which actually allows you to calculate how much money a specific amount of time actually costs. Pretty handy, if you need to calculate how much time and money you are actually wasting.
The app supports a bunch of cool features, including an easy to use interface with click-wheels. Money to time conversion and time to money conversion, and everything else listed below.
- Supports money up to 99,999.99
- Supports dollar ($), pound (£) and euro (€)
- Supports time up to about year
- Support both 24/7 scale or working hours
Not only a great idea, but extremely helpful. It’s available for free on the Android Market and by QR code on the thread, so why not be a dear and dash on over to the original thread and grab yourself a piece of great-idea goodness!
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