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Calculator [APP][4.0+] CyanogenMod's Calculator

Market Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...d2.calculator3
Direct Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fnnppr2ojk...lator_v4.0.apk

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Calculator is focused on extending the traditional 4 function calculator, keeping its simplicity while still adding features used in higher level math. It uses the original Android calculator as a base.

The project was started by me in June 2012 and by October 2012 it was accepted into CyanogenMod. Since then, users of the app have helped greatly in cleaning up the ui, improving the matrix features, and translating the app into all the languages currently available. Without them, this app would be nowhere near as polished as it's become.

Because the app is intended as a full replacement, it's recommended that you hide your default calculator by either disabling it (v4.1+) or using a custom launcher. Otherwise, the similar app names may prove confusing.

Calculator has the following features and more:

-Basic arithmetic
-Trigonometry
-Complex numbers
-Graphs for X,Y functions
-Matrices
-Hexadecimal and Binary support
-Widget for lockscreen and launcher
-History of previous calculations
-Themeing support

The app is completely open source and the source can be downloaded at: https://github.com/Xlythe/android_pa...lator/tree/ics


Note: The pictures below are old and from the beta test. Check out the market link for more current pictures.
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Features:

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. Really, if I broke this I'm sure you guys would find a way to give me negative stars.
This totally made me LOL. Thanks for starting work on this. It's about time someone improve upon the stock calculator (which is just an embarrassment in its stock state for a utility on a smartphone of all things).

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wow. looks promising so far, cant wait to see where this app goes
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Seems to work (only tested the Stock Functions)

One thing that dont work:

on Stock Google Calculator youre able to drop down the Panel to see your last functions you did .

(sry english isnt my main language so its kinda hard to explain what i mean exacly)

If you dont know what i mean, ill try to send you some screens tomorrow
 
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I think I know what you mean, but some pictures would be very helpful. [: If I broke it, I can fix it this weekend.


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Which is less confusing? Having an X and a Y key or having an X and a Y= key?
 
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hi nice looking app, however is it possible to show the last few calcuations (history mode)? looking for something simliar to the default windows 7 calculator.
 
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That's what blutlust is asking about too [: I think I may have broken it because I remember it being there before. I'll try to fix it tomorrow or Saturday.
 
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ill send you the screens in a message because i didnt post enough to implent them in this post.

to your question about the x - y key :

if the button give you the solution of the equalation, then x = would be better
 
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You meant like that? I don't remember that in the CM9 app. Is that someone elses mod?

Either way, I can add it to this one too now that I know what it looks like.

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About the Y, Y= thing. Actually, I'll ask this. How many of you couldn't figure out how to graph?

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