Favorite Caculator App

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by stockcerts, Mar 28, 2012.

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    I'm looking to replace my free version of Calculator Pro. Not a fan of the advertising. Just wondering which ones you guys like. I just need one that has a nice a nice interface on the iPad, with basic functionality.

    Thanks!!
     
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  4. Ashwood11, Mar 28, 2012
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    Big Calculator Free - no ads and has a paper tape
     
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    HP12C

    been using the original since the 60's

    nice to have the equivalent on iPad/iPhone
     
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    Big Calc :) is ok!
     
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    +1

    Had it on the iPhone from when it was first released. Very good app.
    Works very well on iPad as well.
     
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    I've seen a few with a calculator tape that look cool.
     
  10. Ashwood11, Mar 29, 2012
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    Big Calculator Free - no ads and has a paper tape
     
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    I did a search for Big Calc Free, but only saw a similar one that isn't free. :confused:
     
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    shyam09

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    Big Calc Free LINK

    This is what the Upgrade to the paid version of the app does:

    ★ Customize button colors and background
    ★ Store your own custom color theme
    ★ Configure number of decimal places
    ★ Audio click when you press a button (on/off)
    ★ Order of Operations (on/off)
     
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    I like Soulver for iPad. It may appear a bit different at first, but it is actually quite easy to use. And it is a favorite among many power users (e.g., Marco Arment).
     
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    Pcalc

    Has lots of scientific functions, RPN, lots of configuration options like multi-line display (for RPN stack), physical/mathematical constants, etc., though some of these features are at additional cost. But good apps are worth paying for IMHO.
     
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