I paid for pro and still Admob is collecting info. Very upset. I really like the app and want to use it forever and tell everyone about it,but I can't because the pro version collects my personal data. I use my phone professionally and so I can't have my info tracked. I am taking great effort in finding, trying and then purchasing the apps that help me on a daily basis. I missed the window on getting a refund because the general manager walked in and I had to speak with him. Either give me a refund or explain how I am to get rid of admob.
Great app It simply great and it has almost everything you need if not everything it's just great and well worth the money
Was a good app but... I love this app, but recently I had to reboot my phone, I then reloaded all my apps. Now I can't find this app. There is no widget or any icon at all. Play store says its installed, apps manager has it listed as downloaded but I can't open it from app manager. Tired uninstalling and reinstalling but didn't work. Help me I figured it out! Love this app
All in one, must have for DIY, pro's will find it useful as well. Has every calculator you would ever need. It may be a bit overwhelming for some, because of the vast number of calculators included, but sometimes too much is a good thing :) Add your most used/needed to favorites, and it's a breeze to use on the fly. We've used it to calculate paint needed for bedrooms, wood for a deck, concrete blocks for planters, and several other projects. Beats pen and paper, and it's always there when I need it! I recommend purchasing the pro key to support the developer.
Great collection of calculators Each individual calculators nicely laid out and easy to use. The menu system is a bit clunky and it would be nice to be able to define more than 1 "favorite" grouping with titles. It would also be nice to be able to set metric/imperial system wide instead of using separate calculators.
I have found this tool to be very useful so far, just utilizing the cutlist calculator. It would be even more useful if they would allow you to use decimals. It is odd that it accounts for kerf but you can't even add in half or quarter inch to your cut list. A ridiculous drawback which ought to be remedied.