1. MuSTaNG1986's Avatar
    Hello everybody,

    Recently, I decided to have a look at Windows Store app development. The result is Calc#; a free calculator app for Windows 8. Calc# supports the calculation of all possible mathematical formulas. These formulas can contain variables and mathematical functions such as sine, cosine, arcsine, natural logarithm, common logarithm, square root


    The design philosophy behind Calc# was: less is more. The UI contains the strict minimum that is needed to deliver a great user experience (or at least what I taught a calculator really needs).

    Please download my app from the Windows Store and let me know your feedback

    08-21-2013 02:21 AM
  2. ajeet2511's Avatar
    @MuSTaNG1986 It looks nice but without the numpad it feels kinda incomplete. plus without numpad it would be tough to use on a touch device. All n all it a good first try. Keep it up n best of luck! :)
    08-21-2013 10:06 AM
  3. MuSTaNG1986's Avatar
    Thanks for the feedback! I will keep it in mind when developing a next version

    My idea was that the default touch keyboard would be perfect for the job (also because in order to enter the functions, you need to have alphanumeric keys).
    Did you try it on a touch device?
    08-22-2013 01:44 AM

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