XIV Conversion is an iPad and iPhone Roman numerals conversion app. If you are wanting to know what Superbowl number we are on, or what volume of the book series you are reading, then this app can help you out.
XIV Conversion is a handy tool for those who have forgotten Roman numerals, or just need a quick brush up. It can convert from Roman numerals to cardinal, or cardinal to Roman numerals with ease. It’s a small app of only 0.2MB, and with that size it makes it worth having on your device versus Googling the numbers online.
In today’s world of apps, there are decisions to be made. Often when it comes to reference, you have to weigh the benefit of the app versus the ease of finding your answer on Google. In this instance, while Googling is easy and probably fast, this app is definitely faster, will save you the data, and is so ridiculously easy to use that if you need Roman numerals often you will definitely want this great app handy.
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XIV Conversion covers a void in the education system that has again fallen short. Roman numerals are taught in a very precursory manner if taught at all. This leaves our kids not knowing what the Roman numeral is when reading a text numbered with Roman numerals, or even for the Superbowl. This is sad, but with the help of this great reference tool, it can also be remedied. I, V, X, L, C, D, and M are all there to help you convert your number from cardinal to Roman numeral.
For fun, I typed in 532 and came up with DXXXII which fortunately is the correct answer. Once I typed this in, I could go back and forth from cardinal to Roman numeral and back. I also appreciate that the Roman numeral to cardinal has the Roman letters ready for typing rather than providing me with a full keyboard that I have to search out the correct numerals on.
Tiny at 0.2MB so you won’t be using a ton of storage to keep it handy
Faster and easier than Googling your answer
XIV Conversion is an iPhone and iPad reference tool that will help you convert Roman numerals to cardinal and cardinal to Roman numerals. If you need to know what edition of a book you’re reading, or what number Superbowl is coming up, then this app can help you. It can even help you work on your Roman numerals to be used as a teaching tool. Overall, while I find it sad that this is needed, I appreciate the effort that the developers went to in order to create a small and easy to use app to fill in when people don’t remember their Roman numerals.