calculator Stories July 10, 2015

Google has quietly launched a new iOS app today called Ivy that it describes as an experimental big number calculator. expand full story

calculator Stories May 22, 2015

Geek Watch brings the classic Casio calculator interface to Apple Watch

We’ve already seen a couple of useful calculator apps for the Apple Watch, but the most recent one, released today, arguably has the coolest interface of them all. Geek Watch takes the design and interface of the classic Casio calculator watch and puts it on the Apple Watch.

calculator Stories February 19, 2015

Tapbots, the developers behind the popular third party Twitter app Tweetbot, is out today with a major new version of their advanced calculator app Calcbot. As the ‘bot’ theme implies, Calcbot approaches the stock calculator experience and applies character through animations and sounds while delivering more function than the out-of-the-box calculator from Apple.

The completely new version follows the debut of Calcbot for Mac last fall and includes support for quick iCloud sync between the Mac and iOS versions. While the new version of Calcbot is free, an in-app purchase unlocks additional features including what was previously a separate app called Convertbot. expand full story

calculator Stories November 6, 2014

Tapbots, most known for the popular Twitter client for Mac and iOS called Tweetbot, is out with a new Mac app that some of its followers may recognize from the iPhone and iPad: Calcbot for Mac. Calcbot is described as a simple and intelligent calculator with a “live-as-you-type expression view” for visualizing your calculation history on a scratch sheet-like tape window. Calcbot also packs in a robust unit conversion tool with a wide range of supported categories. Check below for a closer look at Calcbot for Mac and its Yosemite-ready design. expand full story

calculator Stories December 3, 2013

I love it when an app developer takes one of my minor grumbles and comes up with a simple solution. PopCalc is one of those.

There are times when I have a few sums to do, and the standard calculator app is a bit too dumb, while creating a spreadsheet in Numbers feels like overkill. What I really want is a cross between the two: the simplicity of a calculator, but some of the functionality of a spreadsheet. And that’s exactly what PopCalc aims to deliver …  expand full story

calculator Stories November 8, 2013

PCalc iOS app updated w/ 64-bit support, new nighttime theme, & much more

Popular scientific calculator app PCalc was updated today with new features including 64-bit support for the iPhone 5s and new iPads. The updated app also includes a new nighttime theme on iOS 7 called “Samurai Night” that can automatically switch on when it’s dark.

Along with PCalc, we’re also huge fans of Digits Calculator in iOS.

Version 3.1 of PCalc for iPhone and iPad also includes a long list of other new features and fixes:

What’s New in Version 3.1

Added 64-bit support for the iPhone 5s and new iPads. Added a new darker iOS 7 theme, “Samurai Night”. Added an option to automatically switch to “Samurai Night” when it’s dark outside. Added an accounting mode that automatically enters a decimal point and rounds the display to two decimal places. Added an option to make the text on the keys bold. Added new commands to the user functions and conversions. Now display dark menus on an iPhone when using a dark theme. Now disable the deg / rad buttons when not in decimal mode. Now support touch typing using VoiceOver. Fixed a problem adjusting sliders using VoiceOver. Fixed a problem displaying the tape and registers in certain themes. Fixed a problem hiding the status bar. Fixed a problem with double-height status bars. Fixed the sorting in the “Density” section of the conversions.

PCalc 3.0 is available for $9.99 on the App Store.

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