Amazing! I love this calculator! As an engineer and math teacher, I am on the constant look out for a new reliable, comprehensive calculator. After trying many others, MathAlly has knocked me off my feet in astonishment! I consider myself very lucky to have found such a noteworthy app. MathAlly has placed itself high on my list of best app developers. One of the easiest 5 stars I have given
So far very impressed Love the gesture keyboard. Up is always what you expect. Hate these context sensitive swipes where what you get depends on where you are. In Some apps its always a complete surprise. IMO if you can't explain to someone what they must over the phone without first asking what they see then your interface has failed. Love the tuts. Concise and to the point. Well worth the money.. It's free? Can't be...
Great Calculator This calculator has an amazing amount of functions. Just found out today that it can solve systems of equations. It can also do definite integrals and matrix operations. I haven't done too much with the graphing part, but what I have done is amazing. I'd prefer this calculator over a $140 one.
An excellent app but I miss indefinite integration.. also i want regression analysis to be included in this & make data import & export possible either via csv or text..also i don't find how to evaluate a function f(x) at x=constant. suppose i want to take derivative of f(x) @ x=constant..
This app is absolutely amazing. I'm seriously confused about the low ratings. There's some things I'd personally add but that would just make me crazy picky. This calculator tops any $100 calculator and it's free. It's great
The best graphing calculator app. I have tried 5 other apps, this one is the best. Another good graphing calculator is "Free Graphing Calculator" by William Jockucsh. "MathAlly" has more mathematical functions, and as such is just a little bit more difficult to use, but it has a built-in tutorial that teaches you how to use it, and is still quite easy to use as far as graphing calculator apps go. Unlike "Free Graphing Calculator" this app does not place functions into different tabs, everything is menu based. It also has no math reference "cheat sheet," but someone with a high-school education wouldn't need one anyway. It is possible to enter matrices and do matrix arithmetic (including determinant), but there is no Reduced Row Echelon function, and the equation solver is fairly simplistic. One other thing I didn't like was the ads in the graph screen. Everything else is exactly what I need from a graphing calculator.
-Added Correlation Coefficient reading to Regression Graphing
-Replaced Scientific Notation settings with Numeric Notation Setting. This setting can be changed between Normal Decimal, Scientific, and Engineering.
For a complete list of changes see http://mathally.com/version_history.php