HP67 Calculator 2.0

4.3
29 reviews
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About this app

This calculator was a technical marvel when Hewlett-Packard released it back in 1976. This was a time when most students and engineers used slide rules to calculate logarithms and square roots. This calculator allowed users to do such calculations with the stroke of a key.

In addition, it was programmable and had magnetic card storage before the first personal computers came out. Pretty remarkable!

This faithful re-creation provides both new and old users with a way to re-live those days. It is still a very useful tool. Even more so now as you can print and share programs and also create charts! Plus sounds and animation.
Updated on
Aug 21, 2019

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4.3
29 reviews
Cliff C
September 22, 2020
Amazing. The full look and feel of the original plus new features. If you have ever used the HP67, you need this app! I have some small mostly cosmetic suggestions, but the "Developer contact" email is not working (no such address). My comments are a bit long for here. Help!
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Mike O'Shea
September 25, 2020
Thanks Cliff! I've updated my developer email address on the store listing.
Cyrus Rahman
January 5, 2021
Keys hard to use; only small usable strike area. Better than free version but can't count on a press registering, which is critical for a calculator. Haptic feedback is slightly delayed and too long. With some polish this would be great but it's not good enough for serious use.
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Mike O'Shea
January 7, 2021
Cyrus, the haptic feedback can be turned off it setting. Click the turn over button. You can also choose fill screen for larger button area.Also check the manual '?' button, it talks about some of these things. Should speed the data entry. Unfortunately, different devices have different touch screen sensitivity and not tweakable via the programming
Antonio Cavicchioni
November 18, 2021
Very good simulation. I would like to know how can I reuse a card. For example, if I write a program and later I modify it, I don't see a way to use the same card. Apparently I have to label a new one and save the program. It would be nice to reuse the same card so it's not necessary to write the labels again. Thanks.
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What's new

Help and new release info are available from the blue "?" help button.