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Tyler · 8/21/2015
Does what it does best!

Pros -Simplistic Design -Can be operated with Mouse AND a Keyboard -More features like PI, Parenthesis, and x! Cons -Not many varieties of themes. -3 skins with only one being pretty attractive Verdict -A solid application that does what it does best!

Jesse · 8/27/2015

Easy and awesome to use Thanks

Donna · 8/13/2015
Donna Elberson

Great app, very easy & handy.

Jim · 8/12/2015
great calculator

Easy to use, I like it very much. Big numbers, easy to see. I only use as a standard calculator .

Terry · 8/20/2015

I like this calculator very easy to use

Pat · 8/15/2015
Works great, easy to read

Works great, easy to read numbering. No problems with app

Clay · 8/17/2015

Very helpful and easy to use! Pinned it to my start screen!

Patricia · 8/22/2015
My Buddy

I use this a lot for my business. The large numbers are just great.

Rick · 8/23/2015
Nice frill free scientific Calculator

Clean and simple.

Reviewer 9302 · 7/20/2015

Very simple app to use and simply put, very practical. Definitely provides quick math solutions for people like me who can't perform quick math calculations in my head.



  • 3 Different Themes - Metro, Windows 7 and Windows 95. More to come soon!
  • Scientific and Basic Calculator - Switch between the two modes by rotating the screen.
  • Optimized for Tablets and Desktop - Touch and keyboard input as well as keyboard shortcut support. (E.g. press "s" for sinus, "l" for ln, "p" for PI)

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Version notes

v1.8: - Large numbers are separated with commas for better readability - Added copy and paste option - Themes button now shown in appbar to be easier to find - Fixed smaller bugs in calculation engine v1.5: - Fixes in the calculation engine - Typing brackets is supported - Pressing "Esc" resets the calculator - Rating popup can be dismissed for good v1.4: - When pressing "sin", "cos" and other functions the behavior matched the Windows calculator. E.g. entering 90 then pressing "sin" will result in showing "sin(90)" now v 1.3: - Pressing "=" again results in the calculation being taken forward as expected, e.g. 3 + 3 = 6, pressing "=" again will show 9 - ... and a few more bugfixes based on your feedback.

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