PicCash Banknote Goggles 描述
★★★★★ Take a photo of any banknote and convert to your home currency!
★★★★★ Use your cam to convert your cash to any other currency.
★ The revolutionary PicCash currency converter app helps you handle money when you are traveling abroad. Simply point your smartphone’s camera to any banknote and PicCash will automatically recognize it and convert its value to your home currency or any other currency of your choice using real-time exchange rates.
★ It’s FREE. Has NO ADS. Beautiful and useful app!
★ Check out how many banknotes you need to cover all US unfunded liabilities, reach the world's total GDP, buy all the gold in the world, buy Google, Apple & Microsoft, be the richest man in the world and lots more!
PicCash uses the advanced online PicCommerce image recognition engine.
Unlike other currency conversion apps (such as “XE Currency”, “FX Rates”, “Maxis Currency Converter”, “RON Exchange Rates”), this app requires no manual typing of the currency you wish to convert - just point & shoot!
Unlike unit conversion apps (“ConvertPad”, “ConvertBot”, “Unit Converter”) that convert imperial and SI units (such as pounds, kilograms, inches, centimeters, etc.) - this app converts money, and it does it beautifully!
This app is NOT a tip calculator, a financial magazine app, a bank app, etc. It’s a machine vision based currency conversion app.
Euro, Afghan afghani, Albanian lek, Algerian dinar, Argentine peso, Armenian dram, Aruban florin, Australian dollar, Azerbaijani manat, Bahamian dollar, Bahraini dinar, Bangladeshi taka, Barbadian dollar, Belarusian ruble, Belize dollar, Bhutanese ngultrum, Bolivian boliviano, Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark, Botswana pula, Brazilian real, British pound, Brunei dollar, Bulgarian lev, Burundian franc, Cambodian riel, Canadian dollar, Cape Verdean escudo, Central African CFA franc, CFP franc, Chilean peso, Chinese yuan, Colombian peso, Comorian franc, Congolese franc, Costa Rican colón, Croatian kuna, Cuban peso, Czech koruna, Danish krone, Djiboutian franc, Dominican peso, East Caribbean dollar, Egyptian pound, Eritrean nakfa, Ethiopian birr, Fijian dollar, Gambian dalasi, Georgian lari, Ghanaian cedi, Gibraltar pound, Guatemalan quetzal, Guinean franc, Guyanese dollar, Haitian gourde, Honduran lempira, Hong Kong dollar, Hungarian forint, Icelandic króna, Indian rupee, Indonesian rupiah, Iranian rial, Iraqi dinar, Israeli new shekel, Jamaican dollar, Japanese yen, Jordanian dinar, Kazakhstani tenge, Kenyan shilling, Kuwaiti dinar, Kyrgyzstani som, Lao kip, Latvian lats, Lebanese pound, Lesotho loti, Liberian dollar, Libyan dinar, Lithuanian litas, Macanese pataca, Macedonian denar, Malagasy ariary, Malawian kwacha, Malaysian ringgit, Maldivian rufiyaa, Mauritanian ouguiya, Mauritian rupee, Mexican peso, Moldovan leu, Mongolian tögrög, Moroccan dirham, Mozambican metical, Myanma kyat, Namibian dollar, Nepalese rupee, New Zealand dollar, Nicaraguan córdoba, Nigerian naira, North Korean won, Norwegian krone, Omani rial, Pakistani rupee, Panamanian balboa, Papua New Guinean kina, Paraguayan guaraní, Peruvian nuevo sol, Philippine peso, Polish złoty, Qatari riyal, Romanian leu, Russian ruble, Rwandan franc, Salvadoran colón, Samoan tala, São Tomé and Príncipe dobra, Saudi riyal, Serbian dinar, Seychellois rupee, Sierra Leonean leone, Singapore dollar, Solomon Islands dollar, Somali shilling, South African rand, South Korean won, Sri Lankan rupee, Sudanese pound, Surinamese dollar, Swazi lilangeni, Swedish krona, Swiss franc, Swiss franc, Syrian pound, Tajikistani somoni, Tanzanian shilling, Thai baht, Tongan paʻanga, Trinidad and Tobago dollar, Tunisian dinar, Turkish lira, Turkmenistani manat, Ugandan shilling, Ukrainian hryvnia, United Arab Emirates dirham, United States dollar, Uruguayan peso, Uzbekistani som, Vanuatu vatu, Venezuelan bolívar, Vietnamese đồng, West African CFA franc, Yemeni rial, Zambian kwacha, Zimbabwean dollar.