Best pick for unit conversion Downloaded 5 apps just to find one to convert nM to in/lbs. Didnt think id need that many, picked through each one, looked through every category. This one, no wondering what category to look in, opened menu and no guessing, out of 5 this one had torque. Funny how app creators miss the small things
EXHALENT... It's just right for Medium Calculations, yet some on here want 'ICING ON THE CAKE' also... I will be putting through to the Developer a conversion that's not here but it's NOT the End of the WORLD without it, would just be quicker in an App. 😁
Convertor What is the matter with you people, I want to convert 14' 3" and I have to start writing them down separately and then start adding them together. I might as well do it all on paper in the first place! Sorry, but you have wasted my time. If I could give 0 stars I would.
Does just what I want it to. I grew up in the US and now live in Costa Rica where everything is metric. This is a godsend. I can see why there's no currency converter. Those change daily and would only complicate things unnecessarily. If you want to convert money, download another app. For calmdog, who wants a clear button, just hit the trash button at the top. Everything is cleared and ready to start over. So far, I love it, and plan to recommend it to everyone.
Excellent, but only within its limits Very user-friendly, but the coverage of units can somewhat idiosyncratic. 'Normal' conversions, such as weights for a recipe or lengths for a building project, are well covered. Beyond the everyday it gets a bit patchy - there are several obscure (¿thermodynamic?) temperature units, for instance, but the fairly common Newton for force/weight is conspicuous by its absence.
Want to edit unit list I really only use a few units from the side bar (temp, mass, etc) when I'm selecting between them the long list makes it difficult to pick out the ones I want. I'd like to be able to edit the list to only display the units I frequently use.
Added support for the following languages:
- Farsi (thanks Amir!)
- Turkish (thanks Ozan!)