We added the Mozambican Metical and the Syrian Pound


The Metical (symbol: MZN) is the currency of Mozambique while the Syrian Pound (sign: LS or £S; Arabic: الليرة السورية al-līra as-sūriyya, French: livre syrienne; symbol: SYP) is the currency of Syria; both currencies issued by their respective Central Banks. They have both been added to the list of supported currencies. With this addition we now support a total of 134 currencies, precious and industrial metals.

As a friendly reminder, for the iPhone users, if you do not see the new flag, please delete the application, download it again from the App Store and re-install it (do not worry you will not need to pay for it again). OSX and iPad users should see these new flags as soon as they restart the application.

Best regards from the Limited Securities team!

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We added eight more currencies!


Apple recently announced the opening of 33 new online stores worldwide; immediately we wanted to make sure that iCurrency Plus supports all those currencies.  It turns out that from the 33 stores we were already supporting 25 of their currencies, so we added new eight currencies to complete the circle.

The recently added currencies are:

  • Yemeni Rial – code: YER
  • Uzbekistani Som – code: UZS
  • Surinamese Dollar – code: SRD
  • Guyanese Dollar – code: GYD
  • Bermudian Dollar – code: BMD
  • Bahamian Dollar – code: BSD
  • Angolan Kwanza – code: AOA
  • Algerian Dinar – code: DZD

With these additions we now support more than 140  currencies used in close to 200 countries; as well as precious and industrial metals.  These currencies will be also supported in the applications iGold+, iSilver+, iPalladium+, iPlatinum+ and iOil+.

Best regards from the Limited Securities team!

We have added industrial metals; Aluminum, Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc are now available!


iCurrency Plus is now officially supporting industrial metals; you can see prices of Aluminum, Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc. Similar to any other currency pair, you can select any of these industrial metals and track their price in any other currency.  Currently more than 130 currencies are supported.

Of course, we just started to collect data, so historical records and graphs will be available soon.  Since these metals have no official ISO 4217 codes, we took the liberty to create XAL for Aluminum, XCU for Copper, XNI for Nickel, XPB for Lead and XZN for Zinc.

As a friendly reminder, for the iPhone users, if you do not see the new flag, please delete the application, download it again from the App Store and re-install it (do not worry you will not need to pay for it again). OSX and iPad users should see the new flags as soon as they restart the application.

Best regards from the Limited Securities!

We have added the Cambodian Riel


The Riel (symbol: KHR) is the currency of Cambodia.It is now added to the list of currencies supported by the application. With this addition we now support more than 120 currencies used in more than 170 countries.

As a friendly reminder, for the iPhone users, if you do not see the new flag, please delete the application, download it again from the App Store and re-install it (do not worry you will not need to pay for it again). OSX and iPad users should see the flag of Cambodia as soon as they restart the application.

Best regards from the Limited Securities team!

iSilver+, iPlatinum+, iPalladium+ and iOil+ submitted to the app store!


iCommodities Suite
iCommodities Suite

We have submitted a new version of iGold+ (with minor bug fixes) and a brand new set of applications: iSilver+, iPlatinum+, iPalladium+ and iOil+.  Why so many apps?  You might ask.  Because all these apps will show the price of the commodity in the application icon, similar to iGold+, so no need to open the applications to see the prices of the commodities of your choice!

We are requesting our users and readers to tell us what they would like to see next.  At this moment we are preparing a batch of applications for Industrial Metals (Cupper, Lead, Aluminum, Zinc and Nickel).  But we are actually wondering, if you find these applications useful, what else would you like to see from us.  We can add more apps to show currencies, indexes, stocks … etc.

Please give us your opinion by commenting in this post, we would love to hear your thoughts!

Best regards from the Limited Securities team!