[How-To] Use Google as a Currency Convertor

If you are someone who wants to know the current exchange rate for your preferred currencies, Google is the way to go. 

Google’s Currency Convertor gives you Foreign currency rates provided by Citibank N.A. and displayed under license. However, its in your best interest to verify the currency conversion rate before making any transaction as the rates might vary. 

In order to use Google to use as a Currency Convertor, follow the steps below

1.) Point your browser to Google

2.) Type in the following to get the exchange rate of one British Pound to Indian Rupee. You can replace GBP and INR with currency codes of your choice.

         1 GBP to INR 

Google Currency Convertor

Google Currency Convertor

Another interesting website to check the latest currency exchange rates is XE. Check out XE at http://www.xe.com

If you are looking out for more Google hacks, check out posts on Google Hacks.

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4 Responses

  1. A very nice trick..

    Could you please tell me if there is a way to pick this data a show on a wordpress page/post so that users know how much is a dollar in Indian Rupees (INR) before they make a transaction?

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