The app is developed by Abiro, sporting many of the conversions available at onlineconversion.com, as well as custom conversions and formula calculations. More below.

Abiro Converter supports many common and not so common conversions (more than 1700, in large part from onlineconversion.com), as well as basic mathematical operators and calculation of formulas enabling use as a basic calculator as well. You can also create your own conversions, that way extending the range of Converter's capabilities to whatever might fancy you.

We hope you'll like it, and if you have ideas for improvements or find bugs, please contact us via [email protected]. Also feel free to check out our site at abiro.com.

[Abiro Converter is available for purchase at Google Play]

You convert values in a few easy steps:

Values can be entered with "." or "," as decimal point, yet results will always be shown with ".".

When

If an error occurs status will be shown above

You

Note that you can change any of the values for a conversion when editing, including the name. The list of custom conversions is sorted on the name.

Settings are saved persistently.

This applies to

The input value (

In the case of

Functions are expressed as 'function(expression)'.

sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan assume angles in radians. They also come in versions for degrees. Just add 'd' (e.g. sind).

**Introduction**Abiro Converter supports many common and not so common conversions (more than 1700, in large part from onlineconversion.com), as well as basic mathematical operators and calculation of formulas enabling use as a basic calculator as well. You can also create your own conversions, that way extending the range of Converter's capabilities to whatever might fancy you.

We hope you'll like it, and if you have ideas for improvements or find bugs, please contact us via [email protected]. Also feel free to check out our site at abiro.com.

**Screenshots****Download and Installation**[Abiro Converter is available for purchase at Google Play]

**Conversion**You convert values in a few easy steps:

- Select a
**Category**(except**time (advanced)**and**custom**; see more below). - Select
**From**and**To**units. Any combination will work. - Enter a value in
**Result**. - Select
**Convert**to perform the conversion. - Possibly use operators on the
**Result**and**Operand**.

**Values**Values can be entered with "." or "," as decimal point, yet results will always be shown with ".".

When

**Notation**is set to**scientific**or**engineering,**10-exponent will be shown as "E" (e.g. "1E-4", meaning "1 times 10 to the power of -4"). You can also enter values using "E" or "e".If an error occurs status will be shown above

**Convert**. Press**Clear**to reset or make a new conversion or calculation.**Time (Advanced)**- Select
**Category time (advanced)**. - Enter
**Hours**,**Minutes**and/or**Seconds**. - Select
**Convert**to perform the conversion to decimal. - Possibly use operators on the
**Result**and**Operand**.

**Custom Conversions****Creating/editing custom conversions**- Click on
**Custom**. - Click on
**New**to create a new custom conversion. - Enter a descriptive
**Name**, choose what**Operator**to use and enter the**Operand**for the conversion. - In the case of
**f(x)**you enter a formula in the**Operand**field. Read about use of**f(x)**under**Formula**below. - Click
**Save**to save the conversion. - Click the
**Back**button to get back to the main screen.

You

**Edit**or**Delete**a conversion by selecting it in the list and clicking the appropriate button.Note that you can change any of the values for a conversion when editing, including the name. The list of custom conversions is sorted on the name.

Settings are saved persistently.

**Using custom conversions**- Select
**Category custom**. - Select one of the previously defined custom conversions.
- Enter a value in
**Result**. - Select
**Convert**to perform the conversion. - Possibly use operators on the
**Result**and**Operand**.

**Operators****+**: adds Operand to Result**-**: subtracts Operand from Result**×**: multiplies Operand with Result**÷**: divides Result with Operand**1/x**: performs inversion of Result**x²**: performs square on Result**√x**: performs square root on Result**xⁿ**: performs Result to the power of Operand**Swap**: exchanges the selected units**f(x)**: Treats Operand as a formula; see more under**Formula****Custom**: configures custom conversions**Clear**: resets all value fields

**Menu****Settings:**configures the application settings; see more below**Help:**is what you read right now**About:**provides information about the application and its provider

**Settings****Precision**: how many digits should be shown after the decimal, whatever the notation; the result will be rounded at that point; practical maximum is 16**Notation**: what notation to use for results: normal (no 10-exponent), scientific (10-exponent) or engineering (10-exponent in 1000s)**Notation threshold**: at what point (10^threshold or 10^-threshold) scientific or engineering notation should kick in**Default value**: what value to show in the**Result**field after a**Clear**

**Formula**This applies to

**f(x)**on the main screen and in**Custom**. In both cases the formula is entered in respective**Operand**field.The input value (

**Result**) is expressed as 'x' in the formula, e.g. 'sin(x)+x/2'. The result is shown again in**Result**to simplify accumulative calculations and conversions.In the case of

**Custom**/**f(x)**you may optionally use 'o' for the value in**Operand**.**Operators****+**: addition**-**: subtraction and negation*****: multiplication**/**: division**^**: power/exponentiation**%**: modulo (fractional part)

**Functions**Functions are expressed as 'function(expression)'.

sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan assume angles in radians. They also come in versions for degrees. Just add 'd' (e.g. sind).

**abs**: absolute value**acos**: arc cosine**asin**: arc sine**atan**: arc tangent**cbrt**: cubic root**ceil**: nearest upper integer**cos**: cosine**cosh**: hyperbolic cosine**exp**: e to the power (e^x)**floor**: nearest lower integer**log**: natural logarithm (base e)**log10**: logarithm with base 10**logn**: logarithm with base n**sin**: sine**sinh**: hyperbolic sine**sqrt**: square root**tan**: tangent**tanh**: hyperbolic tangent

**Constants****π**or**pi**: Archimedes' number**e**: Euler's number