RpnCalc - Rpn Calculator

RpnCalc - Rpn Calculator


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RpnCalc is the best RPN calculator on the Android Market.

It has an interface that users of the HP calculator line will be completely at home with, including these features:
Scientific mode
Basic (large key) mode
20 Memories
Key click (haptic feedback)
Continouous memory
16-level stack (configurable)
Front four stack elements displayed
Memories are not sacrificed to make room for program steps
RpnCalc has a sixteen-level stack to hold more data. The front four elements on the stack are visible at all times, making it much easier to keep track of where you are in your calculations.
"Calculator tape" records your calculations and can be shared via email, bluetooth, etc.

See http://www.efalk.org/RpnCalc/ for manual

Oh, and here's the privacy policy: RpnCalc never collects any private data of any sort. It never connects to the internet. It doesn't even run ads.

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Recently changed in this version

Version 2.26 fixes the TAN function for 90 and 270

Comments and ratings for RpnCalc - Rpn Calculator
  • (70 stars)

    by Scott Masciantoni on 15/04/2015

    Provides access to a familiar interface that I have used my entire career. It is by far the most used app I have. Thanks!

  • (70 stars)

    by Thomas Marnik on 09/04/2015

    Works like me up 42

  • (70 stars)

    by Richard Stauffer on 07/04/2015

    My go to calculator!!

  • (70 stars)

    by Jim Barrett on 03/04/2015

    The "tape" feature is a nice innovation.

  • (70 stars)

    by Richard Garcia on 03/04/2015

    I have a collection of RPN calculators on my tablet but this one is my "go to" app. I guess I should delete the others now.

  • (70 stars)

    by Peter Johnson on 28/03/2015

    No ads as promised. Looks swell.

  • (70 stars)

    by Michael Vincent on 24/03/2015

    Please give a better approximation for \pi.

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