A currency converter on your Android device can come in handy in many situations, but which one should you choose? Well, you can't go wrong with nanoConverter.
Ive released a free currency converter for Android called Currency Exchange Rates and suggest you give it a try.
The application converts to 180 world currencies and precious metals like platinum, palladium, gold and silver. Currency data is downloaded from Yahoo quickly and with minimal traffic. The converter can even work offline by storing the most recent exchange rates.
Yesterday I've uploaded my first Android App, The App is a currency converter, basically you put money value and country, and then it converts to 50 different currencies by one click! Also you can choose a country and see its money banknotes & history ^.^
Currency Converter in Magento : As the name suggests , this module convert the price of your store’s product in run time as per your country location .lets say your current store currency is dollar and when you’ll open your site in Netherlands it will converts in to Euro automatically .No complex configuration just install the module and that’s it.
I am trying to create an android app on eclipse using the android development kit that gets the current value of a foreign currency so that I can use that value for other calculations. I have tried several times, but I am not able to get the value to store in a variable to use in my calculations. I am using the currency converter web service at webservicex.net.
I attempting to follow the Ubuntu Phone App development tutorial to make a Currency Converter, and I am simply unable to complete the tutorial. I have installed all of the latest QT/Phone related content available from the PPA's in the guide. I press Ctrl+n to open a new project, but I am lost as soon as I reach this window:
The guide is not clear as to what to do at this window.