Uno Calculator

4.0
516 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

The powerful Windows Calculator receives a makeover from Uno Platform with a wide variety of features. From calculations to measurements of size, temperature, speed, energy and more, the calculator is a powerful one-stop-shop for all calculation-related needs.
Updated on
Jun 9, 2021

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4.0
516 reviews
Adam Cooperman
October 6, 2021
Nearly perfect but very slow, especially when changing between modes (why is the side menu so slow to pop out?) and even units in the conversion module. Also, I don't like when the buttons leave empty space on the sides and just in general how often my fingers need to stretch to reach a button.
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A Google user
January 31, 2020
One of the things I miss switching from Win10M to 'droid was the Windows Calculator. By far the best most useful calculator app available on any platform. While this port is missing some of the features (and the fun conversion comparisons... how many elephants?), and the performance is a little laggy, it is good to have a regular calculator, scientific calculator, programmers calculator and unit converter all in one app, and it works in spit-screen, so yay!
11 people found this review helpful
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F Leslie
May 30, 2021
I went through calculator after calculator app on the Google Play Store just looking for one that operates like traditional calculators such as the classic one that Windows uses. I wanted things like "times equals" does like "x squared", has memory buttons, and a square root button that actually gives you a square root instead of asking you for more input--in other words is intuitive. For some reason all this is hard to find and now I get one that is ad-free to boot. A gem!
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What's new

Performance improvements