Easy Currencies
Easy Currencies
9.0.0

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Easy Currencies9.0.0

12 June 2018

Displays current exchange rates and conversions.

Overview

Easy Currencies is two useful utilities in one: an information window displaying the latest currency exchange rates, plus a convenient currency converter. With the smartly-designed 'Currency Calculator', conversion between world currencies is never easier. You can convert any amount from one currency to multiple other currencies simultaneously with ease. This software supports over 100 currencies, plus four Precious Metals (Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium).

What's new in Easy Currencies

Version 9.0.0:
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8 Reviews of Easy Currencies

Thus-spake-z
16 August 2009
Version: 1.3

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The developer's website lists Easy Currencies at $29.95, not $19.95. No matter, it's way, way overpriced whether $30 or $20. I'll just keep using the free currency converter at Yahoo Finance http://finance.yahoo.com/currency-converter#from=USD;to=EUR;amt=1. Works just fine for my needs. Check it out. There are other free online currency converters as well.....use your favorite search engine to find them.
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Dana-Sutton
08 March 2014
Version: 5.3
Fifty bucks for this? You're out of your bleeding mind. Two bucks from the Apple Store would be more appropriate.
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MacUpdate-Lon
07 March 2014
Version: 5.3
The actual price is 49.95 EURO, not dollars.
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Jjpong
16 August 2013
Version: 4.7
What an explosive price it is for an exchange rate calculator...
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Fishscale
15 June 2012
Version: 3.2
Not like it really matters since this is way over priced, non-native mac software that I doubt many will buy... but when I saw the price of $63.00 I thought it had to be a mistake and it is, not by much though. Macupdate, you should update the price to reflect the developers websites price which is $49.95 for just the license. Anyways, I agree with all those who spoke below. Don't waste your money on a $50 exchange converter. There are tons of websites, extensions, and applications that do the same and are free. If you really want to spend money to convert between currencies and precious metals there are also apps available that are only a couple bucks or so.
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Neo979
28 May 2012
Version: 3.1
Google Calculator has this capability. Have you ever tried just Googling, say, "$25 in Euros" and then looking at what comes up before your search results? Seems way "easier" than this to me, and it also supports lots of other unit conversions besides currency. And you can also just ask Siri. :)
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Ken-Harvey
01 February 2010
Version: 1.5.1
And Apple's free Calculator that comes with OS X also converts currency, plus many other units. Open Calculator in Applications, calculate or enter the "from" amount, then select Currency or Recent Conversions under the Convert menu. (It remembers previous from/to conversions.)
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Legal-Eagle
01 February 2010
Version: 1.5.1
MConvert X 8.0 does all that this application does, plus HEAPS more, (i.e. conversions of length, mass, energy, area, volume, temperature, acceleration, etc etc). And it costs half what this application does.
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Thus-spake-z
16 August 2009
Version: 1.3
The developer's website lists Easy Currencies at $29.95, not $19.95. No matter, it's way, way overpriced whether $30 or $20. I'll just keep using the free currency converter at Yahoo Finance http://finance.yahoo.com/currency-converter#from=USD;to=EUR;amt=1. Works just fine for my needs. Check it out. There are other free online currency converters as well.....use your favorite search engine to find them.
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