Xconvert
Xconvert
1.0

2.5

Xconvert free download for Mac

Xconvert

1.0
26 January 2007

Currency conversion for 139 currencies.

Overview

Xconvert is a currency conversion program for Mac OS X. Effortlessly convert between 139 currencies.

What's new in Xconvert

Version 1.0: Initial Release

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5 Xconvert Reviews

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iSkippy
26 January 2007

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Apple's Conversion widget supports a number of popular currencies, and I'm sure there are dozens of websites available for more obscure currencies (xe.com comes to mind), so why would anyone pay six bucks for this?
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Version 1.0
Eric-Brunstad
27 January 2007
Yes, websites do exist that will give you this information for free. However, much of the Mac is not about simply obtaining information. It's about how you get it. Xconvert provides a number of advantages in this regard. 1) Rates are cached so that they can be used without a connection to the internet. 2) Alerts inform you when rates have become outdated so you can update them for greatest accuracy. 3) Quick searching gives you the information you need as fast as possible. 4) The interface is streamlined to give you the results you need, when you need them. 5) Xconvert integrates excellently with the rest of your Mac-based workflow. So, if you want information only, use the internet. But, if you want a complete solution, try Xconvert.
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Version 1.0
hced
27 January 2007
I recommend [url=http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/22159]Currency Converter[/url] widget (free).
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Version 1.0
Maclover1-1
26 January 2007
http://www.xe.com/ucc/
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Version 1.0
Nicolasd
26 January 2007
apple's CALCULATOR app has a currency converter for heaven's sake. i fail to see why this should not be freeware.
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Version 1.0
iSkippy
26 January 2007
Apple's Conversion widget supports a number of popular currencies, and I'm sure there are dozens of websites available for more obscure currencies (xe.com comes to mind), so why would anyone pay six bucks for this?
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Version 1.0