We continue to have more requests for new currencies! We have just added the Bolivian Boliviano and the Papua New Guinea Kina. We are all wonder what would it be the next request; and we are looking anxious to it.
These two currencies are now added to the list of 100+ currencies, used in more than 150 countries, supported by the application. Best regards by the iCurrency Plus team!
Weird things happen once in a while. Yesterday, on the same day, three different users, in three different times during the day, asked for exactly the same currency: the Ukraine Hryvnia. We have obviously added it, and while maybe they were just friends trying to raise voice, we thought that the story was just interesting.
We have now added an extra 28 currencies since we launched in January 2010. The application is currently supporting more than 100 currencies used in more than 150 countries. If a currency you need is not supported, please ask us, we will do our best to add it to the list.
Best regards from the iCurrency Plus team.
As requested by one of the users, we have added the Bahraini dinar to the list of supported currencies. With this addition we have included 27 new currencies since we launched in January this year, now supporting more than 100 currencies used in more than 150 countries.
If you have currencies that you want to see in the application, please tell us by mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Best regards from the iCurrency Plus team!
Celebrating Golden Week in Japan (a period of several National Holidays in a row), we are giving iCurrency Plus for free for three days. Please tell your friends and do not let this offer pass.
Best regards and happy Golden Week!