It should be noted that Google has removed the USD to PKR converter from its search results. Previously, Google’s converter displayed the incorrect exchange rate for USD to PKR on July 28, 2022. According to the details, the exchange rate for the US Dollar to Pakistani Rupee (PKR to USD) was given as Rs. 207.10 instead of the correct amount of Rs.239.00.
Google Removes USD to PKR Converter
Google has removed the option to convert US Dollars to Pakistani Rupees from its search results. The move comes as a surprise, as the converter had been a staple feature on the site for years. It is not yet known whether Google has temporarily removed the currency converter from its search engine because of some other error or whether the company has taken it down because of the major swings in the price of the Pakistani rupee against the US dollar.
The USD to PKR converter has been removed from Google’s search results. Now, users searching US Dollar to Pakistani Currency will be presented with the regular search results without any converter appearing. A few days ago, some bugs displayed the wrong conversion rate of USD to PKR. According to Forex Pakistan, the current US dollar rate in Pakistan was 240, but Google showed 207.10. Despite being fixed after some hours, it happened again. Thus, due to the continuous rise in PKR and sudden changes in circumstances, Google may have temporarily removed the USD to PKR converter.
Why Google Remove USD to PKR?
Google has not given a reason for why they removed the converter, but there are some speculations. The reason for this is the recent glitches in the Google currency converter. It is also speculated that it comes due to the volatile fluctuation in the Pakistani Rupees. Google has removed the option to convert US Dollars to Pakistani Rupees from its search results. When you search for USD to PKR on Google, the converter box that used to appear is no longer there. The only way to access this information now is by going through google’s finance page or by following a link provided in their news feed.