Intuitively Convert Units in Material Design Style with S Converter

Intuitively Convert Units in Material Design Style with S Converter

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There is absolutely no shortage of unit converters on the Android platform. In fact, ever since our phones were graced with the awesomeness that is Google Now / Voice Search, we’ve been able to convert units on the fly using nothing but the soothing sounds of our own voice. But even though converting units by voice is convenient in certain circumstances, it’s not always the most precise. Because of this, there is still certainly a place for dedicated unit conversion apps.

With so many good unit conversion app options already available, any newcomer into the arena needs to bring something substantial to the table. This is exactly what XDA Forum Member SniperDW with his latest application, S Converter. The first thing you will notice when you fire up the app is its remarkably clean and user-friendly UI. It features Material Design visual flair, including a floating action button and a prominent action bar with support for a translucent status bar. This app’s look is also customizable, with both light and dark themes being available. You can even hide unused units to lessen the visual clutter. Next, you’ll quickly find that the actual conversion functionality is quite refined. You can combine units of different systems into a single unit, choose between different grouping units, create custom units, and much more. The app’s currency converter even supports over 40 currencies!

If you want a great looking and general purpose conversion app, S Converter is the way to go. You can get started by heading over to the S Converter application thread.