Currency Assistant is a streamlined and simple to use OS X app that lets you create and use as many currency conversion windows as you need. Each of them can contain up to 24 currencies and has its own tape in a drawer to log conversion results.
Converters are very easy to set up or edit, have an Action pop-up menu to quickly accomplish recurrent tasks and a Rate pop-up menu to view and copy exchange rates, and can be closed when you don't need them so that they aren't in your way.
Currency Assistant speeds up calculating conversions. You can copy multiple amounts from Excel or another application and paste them to the desired input display: Currency Assistant will automatically convert all the pasted amounts and log results in the tape.
You can edit or restore currencies, set your base currency, automatically update exchange rates over the Internet, and customize the Add Currency and Switch Currency menus.
Finally, Currency Assistant lets you print the tape and allows you to highlight specific currencies in red, green, or blue in printouts.
Here are some key features of "Currency Assistant":
· Convert between 174 world currencies (all major circulating currencies plus the 16 Eurozone legacy currencies).
· Easily create as many converters as you need.
· Calculate multiple conversions (converters can contain up to 24 currencies).
· Quickly convert series of amounts by pasting multiple values at the same time.
· Import and automatically convert series of amounts stored in files and text clippings.
· Currency Assistant also allows you to convert and calculate the result of expressions.
· Automatically update exchange rates over the Internet using the rates published by the European Central Bank, the Bank of Canada, the International Monetary Fund, and the Bank of Italy.
· Log, copy, save, and print conversion results.
· 15 days trial.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The automatic update of the Bank of Italy rates has been restored after the Bank of Italy changed the location of the Last foreign exchange rates CSV file.
· The old Zambian kwacha (ZMK) has been replaced by the new Zambian kwacha (ZMW). The new kwacha was introduced on January 1, 2013 with 1 ZMW = 1,000 ZMK.