In a previous article, I discussed about a couple of calculator apps for MAC users. In this article, I will discuss a couple more which I feel deserve a place in this discussion.
This app costs $3.99 and will help you to save some of the intermediate results to a memory location. This will remain over there for being pursued at a later time. But, the feature list does not just end up there. This is an advanced calculator and through the same, you can use variables and functions as well. You can save not only a number, but, a formula evaluation as well. Thus, it will be possible for you to juggle between the intermediate results just like an expert.
You can use Magic Calculator for other advanced purposes as well. You can define functions of your own and performing user-friendly function plotting is also achievable with this app.
If you are a fan of the RPN mode, you must have heard of this MAC app before, due to the extreme popularity that it enjoys. However, PCalc is undoubtedly an all-round programmer and scientific calculator.
The default calculator app of MAC has a scientific mode of its own and that grants access to a number of functions. The default app is impressive, but, it’s tough for the same to reach the heights of that of PCalc.
The app has got an extremely good to eyes user interface and it’s user-friendly as well. The app has been in existence since 1992 when the first version came out. The 2nd version came out in 2002 and as a special promotion; it was shipped with MAC OS X in US and in some other countries. The current version is PCalc 3. With a price of $9.99, the application is not cheap, however, given the great number of functionalities it covers, you cannot complain about that.