Best Calc yet This has to be the best calculator I have seen or used. It looks every bit the traditional calculator should be and a whole lot more. If I had a quibble it would be that I can't see an option to change display to phosphorescent. I doubt if it would be in the upgrade version as there is no greyed out option for this. But what a Calc.
Legit I've been using my trusty HP 48G since 1997. As many already know, it's a legendary warhorse of a scientific calculator. It got me through high school, college, grad school and years of work in science and engineering. For the past year or so I've found myself reaching for my droid instead, thanks to this app. And that was just the free version. There are times I still bust out the old warhorse, but I honestly use this 99% of the time at work. Amazing app. Definitely worth supporting!
Full featured calculator app Provides all the functionality you'd expect from the oldschool scientific calculators, including hex/bin/dec conversion. If only my maths teacher knew how wrong she was when she said "you won't always have a calculator with you"
The real deal... Wow. Why isn't this stock? Android & Apple should be embarrassed by their poorly designed stock calculators. Oh wait, Apple doesn't even have a stock calculator built in! Love that it doesn't have annoying ads waiting to ambush you when you press buttons. This is the Real McCoy.
Excellent features Has almost everything you need. I just wish the UI was a little nicer. The bright orange and red colors on some keys and labels is pretty garish. I don't like the start-up ad that appears though. Very annoying. Wish the full version wasn't so expensive.
Straightforward and it works It's free and asks for no permissions whatsoever! What's not to love!? It's a pretty basic scientific calculator so it doesn't handle highly complex math.
* Homescreen widget - a basic version of RealCalc with percent, square-root and memory which can be placed on your homescreen (RealCalc Plus only).
* Bitwise shift and rotate functions in binary/octal/hex modes.
* Values now truncated on conversion to integer for binary/octal/hex modes (rounding available as an option in settings).
* Constants updated to latest NIST 2014 values.
* Four-digit grouping option in Display Format settings.
* Option to restore entry state on undo in RPN mode.