Chris Knight - Acutus Trading Ltd.
Neuwert Media releases Measures 1.2.1 Unit and Currency Converter
December 2, 2008 in Utilities
[prMac.com] Stein, Germany - Neuwert Media is proud to announce Measures 1.2.1, the significant update to their unit and currency conversion app for iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed with a focus on usability, Measures allows the user to perform conversions very fast.
The new update is translated into Japanese, French, Italian and Spanish in addition to already available localizations in German and Russian. Especially japanese and chinese users will find the addition of traditional asian units in categories length, area, mass and volume useful. For the world travelers there are few new categories allowing shoes and clothes sizes conversions.
Another addition which would be interesting for people living in europe is addition of old european currencies from the pre-EURO times. Would like to know how much german mark converted into italian lira would be? Measures will help you to find out.
Other features which make Measures a pleasure to use:
* Better readable display with bigger fonts
* Four easily re-programmable favorite buttons
* Possibility to sort and activate or deactivate arbitrary categories or individual units
* Detailed, localized instruction
* Possibility to switch off currency auto-update to save roaming fees while traveling abroad
* Customizable shaking function
* Utilization of swipe gesture
* Built-in calculator
Measures is designed to be quick and powerful tool. It combines both: ease of use and comprehensiveness.
Pricing and Availability:
Measures 1.2.1 for iPhone is only $0.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store.
Neuwert Media is a small, privately funded company located in the city of Stein, Bavaria, Germany. Michael Neuwert, CEO and the main developer is running the company as a part-time activity. His main job is embedded software development in the field of telecommunications. Copyright 2008 Neuwert Media. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
CEO, Lead Developer