Inflation by Integrity Logic is an amusing little app that let’s you relive the good old days by comparing the prices of what things cost in the past and what they would cost if you bought them today. Using the app is simple. You select a beginning year and an ending year, and enter in a dollar amount and it instantly displays the inflated value. For example you enter in 1950 as your start year and 2008 as your ending year. Type in $100 and Inflation shows that $100 in 1950 was worth the equivalent of $893.36 in 2008. Inflation can calculate the inflation rate for the U.S. dollar, Canadian dollar, British pounds, Australian dollars, and New Zealand dollars.
Overall this app does exactly what is says it does. We experienced no bugs and found it to be self explanatory and easy to use. That being said, aside from the curiosity factor, we can’t imagine this is an app that you’d use more than a couple times to show your family and friends. With that in mind, if you’re interested in knowing how much money has changed value over time, and would rather see it through an app than by searching for free tools on the Internet, then Inflation is the app for you.
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