I just released an update that fixed a few issues some users were having. If you had increased your system font sizes, this would have affected the app unexpectedly. Also, I have turned off full screen (hiding of the status bar) when split-screen was active.
- Fixed an issue when using split-screen while hiding the status bar.
- Fixed an issue when the system font-sizes were set larger than the default.
I just released the latest update which adds split-screen support to Android Nougat (or higher) devices. Sorry for the delay on this feature but the built-in support for selecting layouts (and font-sizes) works well for some parameters but not for aspect-ratio.
Anyhow, there are three keyboards (portrait, landscape and square). Square was previously only for tablets but split-screen changes that. The system will automatically pick the best keyboard and screen height for the size it is given and every device is a bit different. I did my best to unify the three keyboards while changing as little as possible.
A few side effects of adding split-screen is that now the free version gets landscape support. The two features are not mutually exclusive. Also, all orientations now get a scrolling display and all orientations for the programmer-mode will now get the binary-bit display.
I just released Version 6.4 which lets you choose one of two Algebraic Modes (Prefix & Postfix). Prefix allows you to enter calculations as you would read them, while postfix allows you to enter numbers first, then the operations.
This way, everyone gets what they want :)
I just released an update that’s been requested by many, many folks. Algebraic Calculations in Expression View are now entered just like you would read them. Here’s the full change list:
- Algebraic mode now more closely matches textbook-style entry. Calculation expressions can be entered as you would read them. You can now enter 3sin(45) as you see it.
- Complex i and all constants (like π) are now treated as variables. You can now enter 2π as you see it. This also works in RPN mode.
- Operator precedence has been lowered for functions MOD, NCR, NPR and Δ%. This more closely matches industry-standard computational engines (example on Wolfram Alpha). They now sit just below the S in PEMDAS.
I’ve added the opt-in links to the Google Play BETA. Feel free to participate, or not. The choice is yours but, whenever there are updates, I always release them to the BETA users first.
You’ll need to own the respective application and then sign-in with the Google account you downloaded/purchased it with.
Also, once you become a BETA tester, you can’t seem to write a review anymore. The system only lets you leave private feedback at that point, so don’t forget to leave a 5-star review before joining. =)