Are you someone who loves to shop on eBay or purchase items from different countries with different currencies? Travellers, for example, must rely on a currency converter when it comes to purchasing goods and products from other countries on their journeys, and a currency converter app can prove in these times to be a person’s best friend. If you’re someone who needs to convert speed and distance to figure out how much money you’ll need for transportation from one place to another, a good converter app can help with that, too.

The My Converter app is one that does just what the name says: it “converts” currencies for money and other units for additional needs. So, if you want to see how the Euro and the US dollar stack up, for example, you need only punch in the numbers and watch the My Converter app provide the answer you seek. The app itself provides 59 different conversion units for your selection (including computer storage, cooking, area, energy/work, Force, food price-mass, length-distance, image resolution, temperature, time, torque, volume, and age, among others) and is a fully standalone app on the Gear S2 and Gear S3 smartwatches – meaning that you need not worry about relying on your smartphone to do this when you’re out and about.

Currently, as part of a promotion with Tizen Experts, the My Converter app is FREE from the 9th February until 13th February for the Gear S2 and Gear S3, and has also be released for Samsung Tizen range of smartphones, Samsung Z1, Z2 and Z3. You can find the respective apps in both the Tizen Store and the Galaxy Apps Store. If you’re interested in downloading the My Converter app, we suggest you grab this app immediately before the full price is restored. If you download the app, feel free to come back here and let us know you did.

To find out more, check out the app video below.



  • Gumberle

    Real handy app. But there’s one missing conversion I’m searching for decades now: fuel economy between Europe (Germany) and US. The app – as most of these tools – is converting the liter to gallons and km to miles, alright. But it’s NOT converting the different way, to express the fuel economy – as most of these tools :). While americans are looking at the distance they can go with one fuel unit, the Europeans are looking at how much fuel is consumed per distance (i.e. 100km). This makes the conversion extra tricky and real hard to do as menatal arithmetic. So just converting the units sometimes is not enough :).

    Please add a conversion between “how many miles per gallon” to “how many liters per 100km” – thanks!