The best calculator out there İ've tried a lot of calculators for my phone before landing on this one. And I do not need to search anymore. Almost perfect GUI and all the functionalities you will need. The high level of possible customizations and the presence a 2 customizable buttons are a lovely plus. I miss only the possibility of increasing the font size on the main display. A great app!
Good UI great features It has many feature most other calculator apps don't, I particularly like the automatic brackets and base modes. It is also very much customisable which is rare in many apps. On top of all that unlike most calculator apps, it is not visually distressing, It looks simple yet is really powerful. It is scientific, simple, customisable, multilingual and saves history. You will get many calculator apps which satisfy these criteria but none which does all of them simultaneously.
Easy with many functions but needs more If you want an easy-to-use calculator with the most commonly-used functions I recommend MobiCalc. The layout is intuitive, with basic math, memory & exponent functions in keyboard #1, and trig, time-based math & logarithmic functions in keyboard #2. There are a few much-appreciated features and a 50-level history of expressions & results. If it had unit conversion & more functions like 1/ it would get a 5.
Glad I found this one! This app suits my purposes perfectly. I use this app to calculate material requirements for bidding contractor quotes, for labor calculations etc. It's simple to use, performs well and keeps a history of my calculations so I can refer quickly to previous calculations. These are important features to me. I looked at a slew of apps before I found this one... I'm glad I kept looking.
The best calculator for Android! I tried many (>20) Android calculators. They all miss essential features or fail to do it right. All the features a good calculator needs, and a lot more, are in this one for free and without annoying ads. It is very customizable and it does the job right! The developer obviously understands what we want from an every day calculator. Well done!
Finally a calculator that combines scientific functions with a usable programmer's interface (base conversion showing multiple bases at the same time). Ideally there would be a tap-to-toggle-bits interface for binary, so only 4.5 starts for now, but I'll round up...
- Ability to select digit grouping method (including Indian and Japanese)
- Statistics for expression (long tap on result bar)
- Arccotangent function
- Autocomplete (by [=]) expression with * or + operators at the end
- Ability to change language of UI
- Ability to save number from memory (M+, MR) to history
- Removed auto replacement [%] button, use Customizable buttons instead
- Other small improvements and fixes