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Quickly Count Change With QuickChange
A penny saved is a penny earned, that is unless Canada follows through with its threat to stop producing the Canadian penny. If you are like most people, when you do use cash and you get change, you often don’t like carrying it around. Some throw it in random places. Others unload their pockets every night into a single jar. A solution exists either way.
XDA Forum Member NickAVV offers you version 3.0 of his QuickChange application. In the words of the developer:
QuickChange … helps you keep track of how much money is in your piggy bank, or other coin-containing apparatus. It supports 7 different currencies too. It has a slick new interface, lets you track multiple jars, shows you graphs of your balance over time
Keeping track of your spare change turns it from a nuisance into a valuable asset. By setting a goal you can save up enough to get that upcoming Nexus Tablet. Seeing your progress helps to motivate you. QuickChange even allows you to view a graph of your jar’s balance over time.
QuickChange works on all versions of Android from 2.1 onwards. Check out the application thread of more information.
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