To download, please see the download page.
After having made a number writing program earlier last month (see Number Writer 2.0), I’ve finally finished making and distributing a similar program for smartphones (specifically for Android). Luckily, the learning curve was not as steep as I had feared. 🙂
Much like its PC predecessor, this app has the ability to convert from numerical digits to words and back – in 16 different language options:
– Korean (Hangul and Romanized)
– Mandarin (Traditional, Simplified, and Pinyin)
– Portuguese (Brazilian and European)
– Russian (Cyrillic and Romanized)
Although there is only one operating system this time around, there are a total of 3 versions: FREE, STANDARD, and ULTIMATE.
The FREE version will include English as its only option, with no negatives or decimals allowed, and maxes out at 1000 (one thousand).
The STANDARD version will include all languages, with no negatives or decimals allowed, and maxes out at 1000000 (one million).
The ULTIMATE version will include all languages, with negatives and decimals allowed, and maxes out at 1000000000 (one billion).
This is the first real Android program I’ve ever written. Please let me know what you think. If you are interested in becoming a tester, a free copy of any of the above versions can be made available. There are some strings attached though, so please contact me personally (at firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can discuss the details. 🙂
To download, please see the download page. I hope you enjoy it!