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About this app

UniCalc - A Universal Unit converter calculator app made with Unity 3D. So here comes the part "Uni" in the app name.
"Calc" part because it is basically a calculator with unit converting feature bind in.
There are 9 unit category in this app, which include:
* Volume
* Weight
* Length
* Area
* Temperature
* Currency
* Speed
* Pressure
* Energy
I only include some most popular units in this app, otherwise the drop down menu will be too long and the coding part will be too complex.
All feature except Currency can be used offline.
For the Currency exchange rate, I will try to update the online database once per week depending on my personal schedule. So it's may not contain most up to date exchange rate. You can use it as a brief estimation tool.
If I can manage to code an automatic updated database, I will release another version of this app as a pro version.
Updated on
May 25, 2017

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381 reviews
Greg Shumate
May 6, 2020
well the app does what i want; however, i wish you could either rearrange the buttons, or set the default menu option. also, i wish you could clear the fields and enter values in either field without having to change the from -to. for example, i am always converting from inches to mm ... other times from mm to inches. i would like to enter a value in either field and compute the other.
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A Google user
January 18, 2020
I like that it doesn't have ads, but the interface is ugly, it has annoying sound effects to it, and it can't convert Feet & Inches into centimeters or meters (although I already know how to convert those myself without a calculator). It works, but it's just not good aesthetically.
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Gretchen Brocksmith
December 30, 2020
I don't like the fact when I mute it m, it doesn't stay muted. Every time I open it, the sound it back on. Also, every time I open it, it "defaults" to convert pounds to pounds. Not sure why. I am usually converting baking measurements or length. Why does it constantly default to pounds? It should open straight to the home menu.