The basic Calculator app that comes with iOS is good for simple calculations, and if you rotate your phone into landscape orientation, it even provides some rudimentary scientific-calculator functions. But if it’s a full-featured scientific calculator you seek—or if you’d just like a great calculator for your iPad, which inexplicably doesn’t include one—you’ll want to look elsewhere. My personal …

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It's not new, I know, but it's a long time favourite of many people. That made me curious (it made me curiouser and curiouser as a very famous person once said). I tried PCalc and Alternative/similar PCalc Widget 3 3.0.2 PCalc Widget 3 is a fully featured scientific calculator for Mac OS X with support for hexadecimal, octal and binary calculations, as well as an RPN mode, programmable functions, and But isn’t made for those average users who only need a calculator from time to time. This one is made for serious power users like programmers, engineers, and students, who will benefit from all PCalc 3.8 Adds Support for , James Thomson’s advanced calculator for iPhone and iPad, has been updated this week to version .8. I’ve been testing .8 for the past couple of months on my devices running iOS 12, and Tags: pcalc, adds, support, siri, Expert news, reviews and videos of the latest digital cameras, lenses, accessories, and phones. Get answers to your questions in our photography forums. James Thomson, the developer of , is famous for over-engineering his popular and long-standing calculator app. Whenever Apple announces a new technology, whether it’s watchOS, tvOS, D Touch, Siri Shortcuts, or even ARKit, you can As with 4.0, this is a free upgrade for existing Mac App Store users, and for anybody who purchased via Kagi since the 1st of April 201. Hope you like it! Reviews

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