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RealCalc Scientific Calculator

RealCalc Scientific Calculator

RealCalc is a fully featured scientific calculator which looks and operates like the real thing.

This app supports result history, unit conversions, percentages, memories, hex/binary/octal, haptic feedback, RPN mode and full help.

RealCalc in action RealCalc in action

Features:

  • Full screen option
  • Calculation result history
  • Unit conversions for distance, area, volume, mass, speed, time, force, pressure, energy, power, temperature and data sizes
  • Physical constants table
  • Powers, roots, logarithmic and exponential function
  • Percentage calculations.
  • Trigonometric functions in degrees, radians or gradients
  • Hyperbolic functions
  • Factorials, permutations and combinations
  • Fixed-point, scientific and engineering notation display modes, with adjustable decimal places
  • Radix modes - Hexadecimal, octal and binary modes with logical operator functions
  • 10 memories with memory contents dialog for store and recall
  • Optional RPN mode
  • Optional haptic feedback and long-click support
  • Copy and paste support for display value, internal value, memories, history and RPN stack
  • Customizable decimal point and digit grouping format
  • Full built-in help
  • High-resolution graphics for any display size or resolution
  • Keep state - preserves calculator state on close
  • Long press can act as an alternative to the SHIFT key
  • Keep screen on option
  • Install to SD
  • Support for small screen devices
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www.quartic-software.co.uk
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Verdict:

RealCalc Scientific Calculator is highly recommended. An excellent scientific calculator app.

8/10

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