Calc 92+ Free Great app! Looks just like the original. Could you show how to load apps into it? My kids love it for school. This has been the most usefull thing they have ever downloaded. Even there teachers are having them show them where to get it and install it! Great job designing this app. Kudos to you on a job very well done
Great and useful application I have the real device and found this emulator just as useful. The only drawback is I had to go looking for rom across the internet... if you can't find it on the internet you have get the software to extract it from you physical device
The good old days All that I had 2010-2012...learned more on a calculator then than all these future Androids and iPhones ever could teach me. A simpler time when math from dawn to dusk was the norm. Wrote many programs for it under author Shane Shane. It's a geek's toy for those that enjoy anti-social math problems more than having a normal healthy social life.
Works wonderfully It has persistent memory and will not forget what you were working on even if you exit.aside from that looks great.I will definately support the author buying the sponsor version.
Just Like Having An Actual TI 92+ Works just like the real thing, just without the bulk. Buttons can be a little difficult to hit on a phone screen, but functionality is spot on.
Saved my grade Because of being studying during all night, I forgot my TI92+ at home and had to download this app as a last resource. I didn't even notice the difference during my exam, and still passed.
- Android 4.4 compliant
- Emulator speed selector
- Languages added: French, German, Catalan, Gallegan
- Bug "deleteAppData" fixed.
- Improved menu.
- Small screen bug fixed.
- Touch LCD to zoom it in/out.
- Support for more tablets
- Compressed memory dumps.
- Option of Unload ROM.
- Support for TI-92 calculators.
- Independent memory saves for every ROM.
- Improved performance.
- Added support for MIPS CPU devices.
- Minor bug fixes.
The must have manual of the TI 84 Plus for all high school and college students.
Relive the glory days of 1980s 8-bit computing with this epic BBC Micro emulator