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Simple Number Converter for Your Hex, Dec, and Oct Needs
There are dozens of calculator applications, dozens of calender applications, and essentially dozens of applications of each type. Thankfully, having many choices brings what Android is famous for—which is more options. Some applications are overly simple and people want something more complicated, and sometimes people just want something simple. For those out there who regularly work with hexadecimal, decimal, binary, and octal numbers, there is now a simple converter out there for you to check out.
Developed by XDA Senior Member snotyak, the application is simple and quick, without a bunch of features to bog it down. That’s not to say it doesn’t have features. According to snotyak,
This app allows for simple input and conversion between decimal, binary, hexadecimal, and octal numbers. You can type values within any field and all of the others will be calculated.
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*Supports values from 0 to 9,223,372,036,854,775,807
Having all of the basics plus a couple bonus features make this a go-to app for those who just need a simple converter. Additionally, snotyak has opened the floor to feature suggestions, so if you’ve always wanted to see a feature on an app like this, now is your chance to suggest it.
To learn more, head over to the original thread.
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