How To Use Our Objective C Exchange Rates API

We offer an easy to use, accurate and reliable exchange rate API for Objective C that's perfect for both personal and professional use.

Fetching currency data using our Objective C currency converter API is as easy as making GET requests. This means you can easily integrate our API into your Objective C project however you'd prefer.

For more details on the different types of request we support please see our Main Documentation.

Alternatively simply use the Objective C library code below to get started with our currency data as fast as you can copy & paste!

Simple Objective C Currency Conversion Example


// Setting URL
NSString *url = [NSString stringWithFormat: @"https://api.exchangerate-api.com/v4/latest/USD"];

// Fetching
NSData *data = [NSData dataWithContentsOfURL: [NSURL URLWithString:url]];
NSError *err;
NSMutableArray *json = [NSJSONSerialization JSONObjectWithData:data options:kNilOptions error:&err];

// Your JSON
NSLog(@"json: %@", json);
				

This will return the exchange rates from USD to all other currencies we support:

{
	"base": "USD",
	"date": "2019-03-20",
	"time_last_updated": 1553092232,
	"rates": {
		"USD": 1,
		"AUD": 1.408403,
		"CAD": 1.329501,
		"CHF": 0.999398,
		"CNY": 6.711962,
		"EUR": 0.880807,
		"GBP": 0.755043
		"HKD": 7.850285,
		"...": 1.311357,
		"...": 7.4731, etc. etc.
	}
}

Please see our main documentation for further information on this query type & error response details.

Additionally, please email us if you'd like to submit a better code example, we'll credit you!