DESCRIPTION: Calculator, Convertor, Lifestyle, Native, Travel
..RELEASED: 5/21/09, VERSION: 1.02 -- RATING: 4-1/2 Stars..
I was charmed by the old world elegance of 3 Numbers. Not only is it an extremely helpful app comprised of several utilities, but it is very beautiful to look at also. You may choose between the antique theme or modern greyscale display. The 4 numerical functions are a necessity for traveling. First, you may convert currencies between several different countries with the currency converter feature. Second, there is a useful measurement converter for metric and imperial units which is so handy for overseas travel. Third, there is the all-important tip and bill-splitting calculator with a unique guide to the tipping customs of every country. Lastly, you can use the calculator for whatever other purposes required. You don't have to worry about losing or forgetting your numbers during your calculations as you may move them to any of the 3 vacant number slots to be saved. Perhaps, the most-used feature though will be the notepad utility as you are able to publish your notes to WLAN computers with a web browser. 3 Numbers is a complete package for the business or recreational traveler, and is even a must-have for everyday use. Your associates will envy you this classy package.
"If you travel, you will appreciate 3 Numbers. You can: convert currency, convert measurement units between metric and imperial, calculate tips and bill splitting in a single easy interface, and also consult a condensed tipping guide to the tipping customs of every country in the world. Use the calculator for anything else you need to do with your numbers. Track expenses with a built-in note-taking utility. Drag and drop your numbers between all of the built-in utilities."
--Note: This app requires OS 2.0 or later. It is fully compatible with OS 3.0. Rated 4+.
--Tip: An excellent and simple video tutorial may be found here 3 Numbers.
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--SMS Acronyms: AYC - Aren't You Clever -or- Aren't You Cheeky
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