Calculators on computers tend to follow one of two paths. Some are simply digital recreations of the physical object. Their number pad is made of pixels instead of plastic, and they generally are poorly made to handle anything more than a simple arithmetic operation.
The second line of calculation app can be seen in spreadsheets, which rely on the keyboard much more heavily and are also capable of significantly more advanced operations. The iPad hasn’t seen many great, pure calculation apps. Tydlig — funny name, yes — tries to prove that math can be as intuitive as Apple’s iPad. (more…)
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They say a picture paints a thousand words, but in the case of OmniGraphSketcher, it can plot a thousand points. If you ever have to quickly illustrate something where only a graph will do, or if you just want to bring alive a collection of mundane-looking data, then OmniGraphSketcher is for you. It allows you to simply draw or sketch many types of graph, whilst behind the scenes it seamlessly handles the numbers for you.
OmniGraphSketcher has an intuitive interface using simple multi-touch gestures and supports pasting data directly onto the graph canvas for instant visualisation. Read on for more.