Kamora LLC Launches New Innovative Currency Converter App for Travel Enthusiasts

United States – 09-16-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Kamora LLC, a Vietnam-based software development company recently launched its new currency converter app called Check the Price which will be available for iOS mobile device.

The mobile app features a modern and user-friendly interface which provides real-time access to global exchange rates and delivers accurate conversions using live exchange rates basis the user’s location. With easy navigation and smooth functionality, Check the Price promises to be a valuable companion for the travel enthusiasts.

“With the launch of Check the Price, our mandate was to make travelers’ lives easier by offering them a convenient currency exchange solution. We at Kamora believe this innovative development will contribute in revolutionizing the way people travel.Simplicity and convenience are at the heart of everything we do, and Check the Price is just the beginning of our journey” said Ly Mai, Chief Marketing Officer of Kamora.

Check the Price boasts of the following features:

  • Easy-to-use
  • Converts over 15 foreign currencies
  • Offers live currency exchange rates
  • Uses phone camera to instantly identify and convert currencies
  • Displays location-based currencies
  • Works in offline mode

Check the Price can be downloaded on App Store. For more information, visit Check the Price’s Facebook page.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: KAMORA LLC
Full Name: Ly May
Email Address: Send Email
Website: https://kamora.vn/

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