iPad Is there some sort of chart which shows the price difference between countries?

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  1. different

    different Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for a diagram that shows all possible prices (let's say from £0.59/$0.99 -> £5.99/$9.99), for US/UK conversion, other countries would be a bonus.

    Is there such a chart?

    edit: A formula for working it out would be OK, too.
     
  2. CloneWars

    CloneWars Well-Known Member

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    Umm i dont think theres a like "official" chart but probably if you google something along the lines of "convert money" (yes it sounds cheesy) but its worth a shot
     
  3. Everydaynormalguy

    Everydaynormalguy Well-Known Member

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    Well, some apps have a currency converter. I'd use Units, it's free and has tons of cool stuff.
     
  4. dudehuge

    dudehuge Well-Known Member

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    #4 dudehuge, Oct 20, 2008
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    Yes, they actually base it on a chart.
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  5. different

    different Well-Known Member

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    The prices don't seem to be affected by exchange rates. This is why I asked in the first place. :)

    Thanks dudehuge. :D Much obliged.
     
  6. mek

    mek Well-Known Member

    well currency/exchange rate is always fluctuating, and then there is the cost of converting it...
    i would think it would be best, if you need accurate information, to google it per country
    but if your just looking for the avg, daily, weekly, and monthly rates then a graph could show that

    or are you talking about the app store?
     
  7. different

    different Well-Known Member

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    mek: app store. ;)

    I already have Units for conversion. Should have clarified that in my first post. Ah well. :)
     

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