Very usefull Love the detailed included manual. And the best is that it is free, very usefull in third world countries where some people want to learn and experiment more but lack the funds to buy a top end calculator. Billiant mathematical software like Matlab is pushed in Universities so adapting to the new way of entering commands in Maxima might prevent some users moving. Schools should introduce this free mathamatical tool as part of their curriculum as a lot of people in Africa have phones to load this app.
Partly Works In Huawei Ascend 2. Commands work but can't get anything out of Dropbox. HuawieA2 has /sdcard0/download/ and so Maxima can't seem to find it after 'export'. So there seems to be no way to save the work or transfer it. Otherwise it would be good tool.
Very nice A few bugs here and there but amazing can be used on Android
Good Contribution Excellent math application
Works great but, I wish that it had support for permanently adding user functions. As for as I can tell, it lacks this functionality.
Best CAS for Android! Started using this after Octave port became nagware. It takes a while to get used to but is breeze once you get to know the commands and syntax. The manual is very helpful and have quite a few examples for almost all the commands. Since the outputs are rendered using MathJax, you can export the output to LaTeX. This makes it great companion to TeXPortal for compiling documents on the go. Kudos to the developer for bringing Maxima to Android and keeping the spirit of open source! Much appreciated.
v 2.8, June 13, 2015
- Functions Julia() and Mandelblot() now work.
- Maxima 5.36.1 is supported.
- Japanese manual for 5.36.1 is included.
- Maxima, qepcad, and gnuplot are now compiled on Mac OS X environment.
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