Calculator (CyanogenMod)

Calculator (CyanogenMod)

(13030 ratings)

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  • Downloads:
    100,000 - 500,000
  • Last update
    Jul 6, 2014

Calculator (CyanogenMod) Reviews

  • V

    V

    Reviewed in Form+Function

    Plot graphs, solve matrix equations, and perform highly complex calculations on this stock-lookalike, default-in-CyanogenMod calculator. Smart is the new sexy, and this calculator is one sexy beast.

  • Chaitanya Barwad

    Chaitanya Barwad

    Reviewed in Calculators

    Calculator extends the 4 function calculator. It's simple and uncluttered, but gives you access to advanced functions with a swipe. Graphing, matrices, base conversion, and more are at your finger tips, and only when you need them. Calculator also has a widget, a floating calculator, and 7 (and counting) alternative themes. It also runs on Google Glass. History: Calculator was started in June 2012, by Will (myself) and Sean, as developer and designer respectfully. Over 4 months, we added basic support for matrices, graphing, and history, and in October 2012, Calculator became officially included within CyanogenMod (and most custom ROMs soon thereafter). In January 2013, Nick joined the endeavor, redesigning the graph page, hex page, and has, more recently, created all of the available themes. In September 2013, Rudy joined for a short time and greatly improved the matrix logic, adding support for functions, order of operations, and more. And, of course, the vast language support has all been thanks to users. The calculator has been, since its start, open source, and is always looking for more helping hands.

  • PSarge

    PSarge

    Reviewed in Productivity

    I've never seen a calculator app capable of doing so much and yet being so small. Might as well take all the other calculator apps off google play now.

  • Simon John

    Simon John

    Reviewed in Best Apps of 2013

    Best Calculator

  • Tom Zach

    Tom Zach

    Reviewed in Utilities & Handy Apps

    Has a great widget

  • Dmantisk

    Dmantisk

    Reviewed in Apps and games I recommend

    Holo Small footprint Excellent features

  • Cedrik Krull

    Cedrik Krull

    Reviewed in All you need - great and useful apps

    Great calculator with many additional features. You'll love it

  • Playboard Team

    Playboard Team

    Reviewed in Reddit Saturday APPreciation thread, Mar 15th 2014

    theasianpianist - For anyone who wants a HoloCalc alternative, try the Cyanogenmod Calculator. Looks great, lets you graph, do trig functions, matrices, and looks nice.

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https://plus.google.com/communities/113267954723034972092 Calculator extends the 4 function calculator. It's simple and uncluttered, but gives you access to advanced functions with a swipe. Graphing, matrices, base conversion, and more are at your finger tips, and only when you need them.

Calculator also has a widget, a floating calculator, and 7 (and counting) alternative themes. It also runs on Google Glass.

History:
Calculator was started in June 2012, by Will (myself) and Sean, as developer and designer respectfully. Over 4 months, we added basic support for matrices, graphing, and history, and in October 2012, Calculator became officially included within CyanogenMod (and most custom ROMs soon thereafter). In January 2013, Nick joined the endeavor, redesigning the graph page, hex page, and has, more recently, created all of the available themes. In September 2013, Rudy joined for a short time and greatly improved the matrix logic, adding support for functions, order of operations, and more. And, of course, the vast language support has all been thanks to users. The calculator has been, since its start, open source, and is always looking for more helping hands.

Advice:
Because the app is intended as a full replacement, it's recommended that you disable your default calculator. Go into Settings, Apps, and you will be able to disable it where you would normally find Uninstall (Requires Android 4.1+).

The source code can be downloaded here: https://github.com/Xlythe/android_packages_apps_Calculator/tree/ics