Just point your mobile browser (iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone) at the site and the mobile version should be delivered.
No. To improve the user experience loading the site and minimise network usage the main mobile page does not update the exchange rate in the background as the main desktop site does. To get the latest exchange rate please refresh your browser.
The Euro is the common currency of many European contries, It replaced currencies such as the French franc, the Deutsche Mark, Greek drachma. One Euro consist of 100 cents.
The Pound is the currency of the United Kingdom, it is also referred to as Pound Sterling (some other countries also have the pound) or commonly in the UK "A Quid". One pound consists of 100 pence, one pence being the smallest coin available in the UK.
The US Dollar is the currency of the United States. Other countries also have their own dollar currency such as the Australian Dollar and Canadian Dollar. One Dollar consists of 100 cents.
Please see http://www.euro.ecb.int/en/section/conversion.html
Please see http://www.euro.ecb.int/en/section/testnotes.html
NaN means not a number, most probably you entered a character not recognised by the calculator. The decimal separator should be the . and not the , for example enter 45.67 not 45,67
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