Give it a try I really enjoyed this ap... could use a cosmetic upgrade As it looks pretty pixelated on my tablet.. I'd love to have a button to load a notepad beside it!
Hmm Uh doesn't work for finding square footage, gives an error. It can divide ft/in correctly for spacing tho
Add vibration Add vibration or some sort of sound so user knows if key has been pressed or not. But overall good.
Works fine. Works fine for laying out posts and such. Was looking for a free/ cheap app similar to inchcalc for ios and this was the best I found. Usable and accurate for what I've done. Only thing I miss is a memory function.
Useful - must be mindful of some quirks The app looks well, very intuitive and easy to use. Very nice and is now my measurement calc of choice. ---------- I give it three stars -hardly earned though.- Because it gets the job done for me, is pleasing to look at and use (a couple of things here and there) and free. ---------- Having said that, it does have issues. You must be careful with the way you enter information, and what you get back. The results might not be very accurate for small numbers or small fractions, and be VERY careful with negative numbers, the result will be most certainly inaccurate. ---------- I did some tests and indeed found weird conversions, like the 1" = 1/16' kind of thing. Turns out that if you increase the Precision to for example 1/64 then you obtain 1" = 5/64', closer but inaccurate still. ------------ IMO, this is the result of converting all fractions into decimals, perform the operations and convert back. Accuracy is not possible using this approach. Math on fractions must be done using fractions, a rewrite of that part of this calc and would be a winner hands down. ------------ PS: this review thing sucks. Removed all my paragraph spacing, what gives??
Awesome. Stop looking for a better one. I have downloaded many of the handy man type of calculators just to find out that they do not a divide unless it is in feet and inches. This one does and it simple. so look no further.
Set Ft/In mode as the initial default Display Unit.