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Unitspan simplifies unit conversion on Windows Phone, making it a perfect part of any toolkit

We all know that there are a large number of unit conversion tools already on the Windows platform, but there always seems to be plenty of room for at least one more.

Unitspan, a conversion app from developer Softarch Technologies is actually one of the more gorgeous ones available in the Windows Phone Store. Not only is it ad-free, but it also doesn’t cost you a dime.

The app comes with a beautiful layout that matches the colorful UI of Windows Phone perfectly. Unitspan positions itself well versus other conversion tools on the platform in this regard, and its elegant design makes it arguably one of the best conversion apps around.

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Otherwise, the app itself is not much different from other conversion apps. You can convert most commonly used units in the following categories:

  • Time
  • Temperature
  • Distance
  • Speed
  • Area
  • Mass
  • Power
  • Data
  • Base
  • Energy
  • Pressure
  • Land
  • Currency conversions for 30 top currencies
  • Angle
  • Volume
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In fact, according to the developer, Unitspan includes “thousands” of unit conversion options. Other features of the application include:

  • ‘One-click’ to select units
  • 30 most important currencies, updated automatically.
  • Preview results as you type the amount
  • Swap units with one click
  • High resolution graphics with 4 eye pleasing themes

Overall, Unitspan proves to be not only useful, but elegant, and I’d recommend it as a tool for anyone who requires both as requirements for apps they care to use, whether it be for personal or professional use. Download it via the QR code above. What conversion tool do you use?

Josh Robert Nay

Author: Josh Robert Nay

Josh Robert Nay is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of TruTower and the Editor in Chief of Pocket And PC. He has worked in the telecommunications industry since 2003 and specializes in GSM based technology. He also uses (too many) VoIP apps and is a long-time user of BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Phone. He adores anything having to do with space exploration and writing and is also an aspiring violinist.

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