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Currency Exchange for WooCommerce

With Currency Exchange for WooCommerce you can easily setup exchange to any currencies in WooCommerce.

WooCommerce currency exchange for your shop. You can easily setup exchange to any currencies in WooCommerce. Visual only exchange replaces price in shop, product page, but still uses WooCommerce default currency for order page and checkout page. Full currency exchange replaces price at all, also orders will be saved with selected currency. You can setup widget or shortcode with images for each currency. Currency exchange rates can be downloaded from Open Exchange Rates and automatically updated every 24 hours.


  • Currency exchange for all WooCommerce currencies
  • Visual exchange for WooCommerce shop and product page only
  • Full exchange for shop, product page and orders
  • Widget and shortcode with same settings
  • Drop down menu and radio buttons in widget
  • Custom exchange rates for currencies
  • MasterCard support

Additional Features in Paid Plugin:

  • Open Exchange Rates support
  • CurrencyLayer support
  • Auto update currency every 24 hours
  • Detect currency via IP address
  • User can set currency in account settings
  • Custom element position for currency label in widgets
  • Country flag for currency label
  • Custom image for currency label
  • Multiplier for exchanged currencies

Paid Plugin Link

Demo 1

Demo 2

Demo Description

How It Works:

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Author BeRocket
Contributors berocket, dholovnia
Tags currency exchange, currency to pay, pay for the product, product currency, use own currency, woocommerce currency

In WordPress:

  1. In the admin panel you need to select Plugins-> Add New-> In the upper left corner next to the inscription Add Plugins click Upload Plugin, and then select the downloaded beforehand Fail and click Install Now. / In the admin panel you need to select Plugins-> Add New-> via find the desired plugin and click Install Now.
  2. In the Admin panel, select Plugins and click on the plugin called Activate button.

To install manually:

  1. It should be a folder with a plug placed in the directory wp-content-> plugins.
  2. In the admin panel, select Plugins and click under the plugin name in the Activate button.


  • Enhancement - Correct currencies updating
  • Fix/Enhancement - AJAX Compatibility
  • Fix/Enhancement - Errors in custom JavaScript
  • Fix/Enhancement - Other bugs
  • Fix/Enhancement - Better suport for PHP5.2

  • First public version
Version 1.0.2

Requires WordPress version: 4.0 or higher

Compatible up to: 4.6.3

Last Updated 25 Dec 2016

Date Added: 15 Aug 2016

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