California based GoodHumans today introduces Compoundee Lite, the ad supported version of the popular ‘Compoundee’ iPhone app. Sporting a clean, user-friendly interface, Compoundee is an easy-to-use financial calculator that solves compound interest, annuity, and time value of money problems. Compoundee Lite provides the same features as the full version, but with a modified user interface that allows for the display of advertisements.
Synaptic Wave today announces Calculator PRO 1.0.1, its new high-precision calculator for OS X. Calculator PRO was specifically developed for technical or scientific calculations, with error-free calculation of any trigonometric functions. The application directly supports all arithmetic operations and more than 25 mathematical functions, and will automatically save computing history and helps you control the sequence of actions every time.
Independent developer Shreta Dupree announces Personal Calculator 1.1 for for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Personal Calculator is one of the most fun and easiest calculator apps to use. Easily look up previous calculations with its “live history” feature, including a copy and paste feature, big easy to read numbers, and percentage calculations. Select from one of several built-in themes for the background or choose an image from your photos and make your calculator more personable.
Futuremedia announces the releases of RetroCalc Free! 1.1f for iPad. RetroCalc features iconic calculator designs of the early 1970’s and 1980’s all re-rendered in high resolution 3D. Users can swipe their fingers across the screen to choose from dozens of high definition calculator/background combinations. RetroCalc supports multitasking so your numerical data will remain onscreen and in memory when switching back and forth between other applications.
Taipei Spica today announced the recent update of Tip Calculator ++ for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Giving users the power to quickly calculate tips while at restaurants, Tip Calculator ++ is a flexible mobile tipping solution that equips users with a number of easy to use tipping tools. Among these is the apps ability to calculate multiple tips at once if users are splitting the bill between numerous people at once, the ability to tip by currency, send tipping information to others.
The Alice Dev Team today introduces Handy Calculator 1.0 for OS X, their new utility that allows users to input and check entire sequences of arithmetic operations, including parentheses, before pressing the “=” key. Designed as an ideal real-world calculator for use with Mac apps, it features an oversized keypad and display window, easy to read white numerals on a black background, single click copying and pasting into and from the display, and non-distracting 80% transparency when inactive.
Futuremedia announces the release of RetroCalc 1.0. RetroCalc brings retro-inspired calculators to the iPad. By simply swiping a finger across the screen, users can customize their calculator by switching between any one of a dozen beautifully rendered, retro-inspired calculator skins, or choose one of the rich HD photographic backgrounds. This collection of 12 beautifully redesigned calculators from the vintage era of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s is a must-have app.
Corbenic Consulting Ltd today announces Fuel Economy Calculator 1.3, an update to their popular travel utility for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Fuel Economy Calculator checks how efficiently a vehicle uses its fuel. A driver simply needs to enter some details when they fill up at the pump and over a couple of stops the App can work out how fuel efficient their car is. The update includes an Export function allowing the fuelling log data to be used in the ‘Spending Log’ companion App.
EZeeCalc XL received rave reviews from The iPhone App Review. Since the iPad doesn’t come with a calculator provided by Apple, this is the ideal app to fill that gap. EZeeCalc XL, is a simple, yet powerful calculator for the rest of us, by Massachusetts independent developer James Hollender. EZeeCalc XL presents users with a colorful new take on the classic calculator, adding convenient characteristics that are simple to use and understand while performing mathematical computations.
Taipei based Spica introduces Tip Calculator ++ 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As well as quickly calculating tips while at restaurants, Tip Calculator ++ also provides users with the ability to calculate multiple tips at once if users are splitting the bill between numerous diners at once. These added features allow users to choose the currency they are using, as well as giving them control over whether or not their tip is calculated with or without tax charges taken into account.
Stephen Chen Apps today released Mortgage/Loan Calculator 1.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a unique, new application, which offers incredibly easy to use features that include auto calculating of figures to determine savings of different loan, duration and payment scenarios, factoring in property tax and homeowner’s insurance for a complete, comprehensive picture. Users are also able to save and email results, as well as compare a number of different loan options, side by side.
Independent developer Cristi Habliuc announces How Drunk 1.2, his latest application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Featuring a very accurate algorithm, How Drunk allows you to track your drinks as you go, constantly updating the calculated Blood Alcohol Content, based on what you’re having. It even alerts you when you become sober or when you’re under the legal driving limit so you can get back home in your car.
iCandyApps today introduces Calculator +2 for iPad. Featuring both Basic and Advanced modes as well as 2 additional themes, anyone can do all kinds of calculations with ease. Basic mode is designed to help users do regular calculations while the Advanced mode will be very appealing to professional users, who need a good tool for more scientific calculations. To switch between two modes, users simply have to tilt their device.