| Posted 03/14/12 at 07:34 AM||Reply with quote #1 |
The smart calculator for Windows Phone, and now also Windows 8! Over 25,000 downloads and an average rating of 4.5 stars (150+ reviews). Includes 5 unique calculators: Basic, Scientific, Programmer, Currency Converter, and Unit Converter.
Calculator² and Calculator² Pro
- live tiles for each calculator showing the history or latest exchange rates
- over 50 scientific functions
- 125 mathematical and physical constants
- statistical functions for memory values
- over 150 World currencies
- over 200 units for conversions across 17 categories
- searchable constants, currency, and units lists
- customisable tax buttons
- customisable button layout
- Auto, Fixed point, Scientific, and Engineering display formats with choice of digit grouping
- enable or disable operator precedence
- support for both light and dark themes, and use of the accent colour
- background task to automatically update the exchange rate information and Currency Converter live tile (paid version only)
- 64, 32, 16 and 8 bit word lengths for the Programmer Calculator, including signed or unsigned integers
- local region support for displaying numbers
| Posted 09/20/12 at 08:31 AM||Reply with quote #2 |
Calculator² app for Windows in the Windows Store
The Windows 8 version of Calculator² is now in the Windows Store!
It's still at an early stage and only features the Basic and Scientific modes, but I'm looking to have everything included by the time Windows 8 hits general release.
I've made a few updates to the phone app to reflect the changes now already in the Windows 8 app. The update (version 1.15) is currently being certified and should be published early next week. The main changes are that I added an extra row of buttons (don't tell Apple!) to the Scientific Calculator as shown in the image above, providing a better balance between ease of access to commonly used functions and large button sizes. I've also removed the +/- buttons from each memory item. Numbers can now be added to or subtracted from (multiple) memory items using the +/- buttons in the app bar. Finally, there are a few minor visual changes, bug fixes and the odd performance improvement.
| Posted 09/20/12 at 04:17 PM||Reply with quote #3 |
|Basic calculator is enough for me. Rotate to scientific should get you through high school but yours look like one can launch a rocket to Mercury :-D good job! |