Prompts you enter one date, then a second, then converts the duration into seconds and copies it to your clipboard. Uses Jan 1, 1970 at 12 AM as the default for the first time.
Presents two prompts for you to split a duration into minutes and seconds, then calculates it all as total seconds – copies the number to your clipboard, then provides the original duration and total seconds so you can compare.
Asks you to enter in a km/hr speed, then converts the measurement to a rounded Miles Per Hour value before copying it and displaying it as a result.
Prompts you to enter a number for miles per hour, then converts the measurement and rounds it to a generalized km/hr value.
Prompts you to enter in a kilometer value, then converts the measurement to miles and copies it to your clipboard before displaying it as a result.
Asks for a total length in miles, then converts the distance to kilometers and presents it back to you.
Asks you to enter the degrees Celsius, then performs the conversion to Fahrenheit before rounding the result, copying it, and presenting it back to you.
Asks you to enter in the temperature in Fahrenheit, then converts the measurement to degrees Celsius and rounds the value before copying it to clipboard and providing it back.
Prompts you to enter in a math problem, then uses the Calculate Expression action new to iOS 14 to solve the answer and provide both back to you.
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