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How To Convert Any Unit of Measurement On Android

If you work with figures and conversions a lot, you’ve probably downloaded a few conversion apps on your mobile device. While most of them help with the basics, they may fall short when you may need something a bit more advanced.

Using Convert Everything

Convert Everything is a fully functional conversion app for Android with over 200 units of measurement for your conversion needs. It literally can convert anything from screw sizes to blood sugar units.

The app is simple to use despite the long list of conversion options. You can use the Search bar to type in specifically which unit you want to convert. For instance, if I wanted to convert inches to millimeters, I search for length.

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Because this app has a lot of units, there might be more than one search result so you may have to determine which one you’re looking for. To follow my example above, I chose Length/Distance from the list.

In the next page, you need to specify the quantity to convert, the source unit and the converted unit. The conversion will appear on the box below under Result.

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If you want to remember a specific category, you can tap on the star button on the top right corner to save it to favorites.

Additionally, the app is not limited to converting one unit to another. In other selections like Music, Astrology, and Bed Sizes, you simply have to enter values and it tells you all about that value.

In Musical Note, you can pick a note and the app can tell you the frequency, wavelength and other details about that particular note. That’s how advanced this app is.

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The same goes with Astrology – enter a birth date and it tells you the Zodiac sign, element, birth stone and so on.

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For Bed Sizes, enter a bed size by its name and country and it shows you the actual dimensions of the bed.

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The only thing missing in this app is the ability to save actual conversions. As a workaround, you can hit the Share button (top-right corner) after each conversion and choose a note-taking app like Evernote, OneNote, or Google Keep.

Other than that, the app’s pretty awesome for the tremendous amount of knowledge it brings you.

You can get the free, ad-supported version at Google Play.

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One Response to How To Convert Any Unit of Measurement On Android

  1. Joe Moore July 10, 2014 at 12:12 pm #

    This surely will help me with a project i have coming up.

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