500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
by Rodrigo Feher on 08/03/2014
by Eric Sandbo on 07/03/2014
Amazing that my $250.00 calculator is now a free app on my phone. Excellent emulation of HP's powerhouse of a graphing scientific calc. My only complaints are 1: it's more than I need, most of the time. (Hardly the app's fault.), and 2. the Simple Mode,
by Cobalto Iridium on 03/03/2014
This is a pretty good emulation of the real calculator that nowadays is very hard to find. I use it daily instead of the standard android calc. keep up the good work!!! :)
by Daniel Kustrin on 01/03/2014
by Traywick Gaymon, Jr. on 26/02/2014
by John Lujan on 25/02/2014
Nice app, works great, but just need a way to transfer programs from hp48gx to device.
by Jeffrey Wilke on 24/02/2014
This calculator was way before its time and complements my smartphone perfectly..
by Gert Benade on 21/02/2014
I own 5 HP calculators and have replaced all with Droid 48, but it keeps on crashing... Good app but needs some work!
by 32davdi on 17/02/2014
it is real, very nice
by Marcos Portnoi on 08/02/2014
As others have commented, on KitKat this calculator hangs and crashes constantly, rendering its use unfeasible. Unfortunate, because the app is outstanding and my android calculator of choice (would love to have a 50g emulator, but oh well).
by Justin Oliver on 07/02/2014
by Yuri Zadorojnyi P.Eng. on 07/02/2014
Would be great to get the infrared port to work on G4.
by Karl Bergen on 03/02/2014
Users should also Install Droid48 reader. This allows them to export their work. Everything should backed up to the Android, as the emulator, like the calculator, eventually crashes and wipes out. Save all your libraries and regularly archive the HOME dir
by Kevin Major on 03/02/2014
After recent updates the app continues to hang whenever I attempt to do matrix math or other simple operations. I don't like that switching between the simple and the full keyboard now requires an extra screen press. Can't the menu button return and have
by Ken Franklin on 02/02/2014
Wish there was an HP 32 app