Or better yet allow me to lock the landscape mode in the calculator settings. Its very expensive compared to other apps on the market. Alot of 3gr's other android apps on the market are actually web apps, although this one at 1. If I silence the phone, there is no feedback to let me know whether it registered a button press, and I'm likely to forget to turn the ringer back on when I'm done. General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date November 10, 2018 Date Added November 10, 2018 Version 1. Does not display full screen on iPhone 6, and most likely newer iPhones. I was left with an, essentially, four function calculator.
Can't really tell without buying it. Update this to a simple, unobtrusive click and I'll give it five stars. Before you updated the app, screen rotation worked perfectly. How do I fix that? It's loud, slightly delayed from the actual button press, and basically a highly annoying sound. Edit: Just discovered you can turn off the clicks, but that doesn't solve the problem of no feedback, and the key vibrate is too long to be functional. I have it working now for the Archos, and with a little tweaking, I can get it to fit on G1 and Droid. Anyway, give me your feedback on the new calculator.
Also, anyone know how to delete one digit as noted in the description? If you are having trouble, please contact us at ioscalculator hp. So for its high price, I got a month of functionality. If you are an Android user, then you are in luck since there are several amazing financial calculator apps available on Android app store or Google Play Store. Too bad customer experience is not a priority. But go to landscape, you get the full function calculator that I had a couple of years ago! If I silence the phone, there is no feedback to let me know whether it registered a button press, and I'm likely to forget to turn the ringer back on when I'm done. There are less expensive and free competing apps available with these features. Or maybe he got sued by Hewlett-Packard? It would also help me visually as the contrast between the buttons and the calc face is better on the real calc.
Would also be nice to display full features in portrait mode. I'll have to give it some thought. I still carry my real 12c everywhere. This is as good as it gets. Looks like another 12C app on the Market.
On the other hand, recycling the existing code for complex numbers won't be too hard. The resulting effect is that it makes the output slightly blurry. I consider the app to be superior to the actual calculator. Very frustrating interaction with a company that I once respected. Do you change the Ni values? Until that day, get this 12c app. Update this to a simple, unobtrusive click and I'll give it five stars.
Get answers fast with the same algorithms and keystrokes you trust for business, real estate, banking and finance. Most people either calculate finances using paper based methods and physical calculators or using the modern day technology of financial calculator apps. Anyone had a look at it? I wouldn't be able to do that for the hp15. It's the top-rated financial calculator on the Android Market. Statistics have their own registers rather than being stored in the main memory registers. In fact, the programs are hand-editable if you like.
Look for the new layout soon. Because the hp15 can handle complex numbers, it means re-writing pretty much all the code. Also: the cash-flow calculations Cf0, Cfi, etc. It's more likely that I'll tweak the existing calculator to give hp11 capabilities, and come back for hp15. It's loud, slightly delayed from the actual button press, and basically a highly annoying sound.
The frustrating part so is that it does not look exactly like the one we've all used. Do you edit the stored values? So depending upon your use or requirements, you can choose the app and download it on your Android device. That is, do you have trouble knowing if the key will enter a value, or compute it? I have just found this forum. For the physical calculators, my 30 year old 12c is still in use. It was working before the update but has since stopped rotating after the update. When you find yourself without your calculator, relax - just open the app on your Android tablet or smart phone. Until it's had a little more testing, I'm not ready to call it hp12-compatible.
I'm hampered by the fact that to properly write an emulator, you absolutely must have an original device on hand to validate against. So far I love it. It will not run at all. This should be a simple update considering the price, but has not been updated in a year. There were two other knockoffs that did a terrific job which I used because they both looked exactly like the 12C physical calculator that I had and still use. Do not buy this app the developer has not upgraded it to work with the latest operating system for the iPad or iPhone. Unfortunately I didn't jot it down.