Personal online currency converter with easy interface

October 8, 2011

This is a sponsored review.

There is a new browser-based Online Currency converter app in town created by

With simple and clean interface, the Currency converter site is accessible in 7 different languages (English, Español, Français, Deutsch, Русский, Italiano and 简体中文) and supports multi-conversion of 159 (!) currencies.

One of its core features is a customizable currency converter that you can build according to your own needs. For example, you may want to track US dollar rate against British pound, Euro and Chinese yuan. Here is the link to the converter to do that. Each customized converter has it own unique URL that can be easily accessed by anyone at any time. For convenience, one could place the URL in the bookmark bar of the browser and call it up on the screen whenever necessary. You can save and share the custom converter page with anyone through a shortened link and wider social sharing platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr,, Digg and Linkedin among others.

You can reorder, add or delete currencies of your choice to pimp up your own personal converter page. Once you have entered the amount, it will be converted immediately into you preferred currencies with real-time rates pulled from the company’s server.

There is also a page for an overview of all currency rates against one selected currency. For example, here you can see how GBP trades against all currencies of the world today. You also have a possibility to see historical trading of British pound against any other currency. In this example, you will see how GBP traded against EUR in 2011, YTD. The pound valuations are depicted graphically and numerically for easy consumption.

If you stumble upon a rare currency, such as Angola kwanza (AOA), you will be able to read a brief description about this currency to improve your knowledge on the subject.

Angolan kwanza is a currency of Angola. The sign of Angolan kwanza is Kz, ISO code is AOA. Angolan kwanza is sibdivided into 100 Cêntimos.

Try it, customize your own personal currency converter now.

Follow me on Facebook, Twitter and RSS

Leave your comment!

You might also like these posts on other blogs:

Comments on this entry are closed.

Previous post:

Next post: