In the current financial climate, you will need to know your stuff when it comes to currencies especially if you travel around the world, go on business trips or regular holidays. With free iPhone apps, you can get help with lists of circulating currencies, currency sign, strength and world currencies. We thought it would be a good idea to let you in on some free apps that can help you with different aspects of currencies.
Currencies Free by Recession Apps is available through the iTunes App Store. This application will allow you to access up to date currency exchange rates. The user can convert between over 160 different currencies. Use this app to help when you travel abroad and need to calculate the latest exchange rates, providing an up-to-date exchange rate information for over 100 currencies and countries.
Currency by Jeffrey Grossman provides up-to-date exchange rate information for over 100 currencies and countries. Accessible at the App Store this app is ideal for business trips, vacations, or holidays.
Daily Currencies by Netdev gives you the daily exchange rates for 34 different currencies. Available at the App Store this app lets you customize the look by selecting your favorite background and speedometer colors. With daily updates and the difference from the previous day, you will be able to monitor exchange rates.
Currency Convert Free by Kory Hearn Software is an easy to use app that contains a simple currency calculator. With quotes provided by Yahoo! finance, you can download this at the App Store. There are over 150 currencies available with flag icons for every currency.
The world currency quiz by BOC Co.,LTD is also available at the App Store. This application will help you learn about the currency in each country of the world. With multiple-choice questions, you can repeat the ones you need more practice on.
Find out the details on the latest currency rates and feel at ease when you are traveling to different parts of the world with free apps. Make sure you have the valid information when you are on business trips or holidays.
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