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[APP][Widget][4.0+][Free][v3.4] aCalculator - Calculator | GraphView | UnitConverter

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By zFr3eak, Recognized Developer on 23rd October 2013, 05:33 PM
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This is a fully featured scientific calculator which looks and operates like a real one.

aCalculator includes the following features:
- Highly featured calculator for complex tasks
- 4x3 Widget
- GraphView for drawing graphs (thanks to GraphView API)
- UnitConverter for basic unit conversions
- All important mathematic operations:

* +, -, *, /
* sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan
* pi, x, %, √
* ln, e^x, log
* brackets, x

- Support for radians and degrees (click on text to change it !)
- Storage for 5 variables ! Can be restored everytime you need it.
- A result history (click on result display to open it !)
- Landscape and portrait support
- Shake to delete
- A lot of settings such as:

* Orientation, Theme, Vibrationmode, Decimalformat
* Longclick, KeepScreenOn, FullScreen, ShakeControll
* more...

- Full support for tablets, phablets and smartphones !
- Modern UserInterface
- Easy to use
- 100 % ad-free !
- Doesn't need any permission !

PRO FEATURES ONLY:
- Fullscreenmod
- Shake to delete
- Rounding precision
- Max history entries
- Constants

Thanks for downloading ! If you like it please rate and share ! If you have any troubles please send me a bugreport.
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23rd October 2013, 05:46 PM |#2  
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Really like the design but would it be possible to adjust the layout to keep the working numbers on screen and include a continuous result bar underneath (a la Mobi Calc)

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Really like the design but would it be possible to adjust the layout to keep the working numbers on screen and include a continuous result bar underneath (a la Mobi Calc)

All the best

Thanks for your reply !

Pardon, i don't understand what you are meaning with: "but would it be possible to adjust the layout to keep the working numbers on screen" ?

But what i will deffinitly implement is a continuous result bar underneath ! thanks for that
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23rd October 2013, 06:34 PM |#4  
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Great work
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What about some flat, but not holo theme?

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23rd October 2013, 06:42 PM |#6  
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What about some flat, but not holo theme?

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so you mean something like this theme ?https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...RealCalc&hl=de
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so you mean something like this theme ?https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...RealCalc&hl=de

Not really, that calc isn't even close to be "flat".

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Not really, that calc isn't even close to be "flat".

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okey, i understand i will try to implement a third theme in future.
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okey, i understand i will try to implement a third theme in future.

Why don't you rebase it on stock 4.3 calculator? It should be open source as android is.

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Why don't you rebase it on stock 4.3 calculator? It should be open source as android is.

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Well, because i am still learning and i want to do it on my own
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Thanks for your reply !

Pardon, i don't understand what you are meaning with: "but would it be possible to adjust the layout to keep the working numbers on screen" ?

But what i will deffinitly implement is a continuous result bar underneath ! thanks for that

I meant when you type in the numbers make them stay on screen, so you can always see what you're typing in;

10 + 2 x 5 + 9 - 5... etc

As it is now every number disappears when you enter the next one

Cheers

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