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Calculator Plus android app, was £1.59, Now 10p (deal of the week) @ Google Play

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Best Calculator android app? Provably. Always was £1.59, no ads unlike free version. After installation, download it's Currency converter: via Menu (3 horizontal lines at top left) Read More
elTuco Avatar
2w, 41m agoFound 2 weeks, 41 minutes ago
Best Calculator android app? Provably.

Always was £1.59, no ads unlike free version.

After installation, download it's Currency converter: via Menu (3 horizontal lines at top left)
elTuco Avatar
2w, 41m agoFound 2 weeks, 41 minutes ago
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Master.G
You do know that maths was going on thousands of years before the advent of calculators, right?

Of course he does, he did a postgrad in history at an even topper university!

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4 Likes #2
Calculators are free on your phone by default. Why pay?
#3
It has extra features. If you don't see any difference between the stock app and this, currency converter for one as mentioned for those who bothered to read the few words above, oooh then please yourself.
#4
Cheers never liked the one that came with phone.10p lol
#5
Thanks, that's a useful app. Especially appreciate the currency converter add-on.
1 Like #6
elTuco
It has extra features. If you don't see any difference between the stock app and this, currency converter for one as mentioned for those who bothered to read the few words above, oooh then please yourself.

https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/JTWio/31186975.jpg
#7
Common.Sense
Calculators are free on your phone by default. Why pay?

If you're that short of cash, I'll give you the 10p.
#8
Apart from online currency rates & scientific calculator, this has great percentage features and unique history features.

They just need + & - or just their fingers.

Maths is not their strong point, otherwise peeps always complaining about 10p would realise even on minimum wage, they are losing pounds nagging about their stinginess online. not to mention leaving the money to others to spend when they kick the bucket. :D




Edited By: elTuco on Jun 13, 2017 15:19: .
1 Like #9
cannibalwombat
elTuco
It has extra features. If you don't see any difference between the stock app and this, currency converter for one as mentioned for those who bothered to read the few words above, oooh then please yourself.

https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/JTWio/31186975.jpg


Those two little no-talents? You have no idea nor taste Nancy. This is ooh please yourself:

https://forums.oneplus.net/attachments/tumblr_m2csq4fvxy1qlvie8o4_250-gif.235338/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeLpEC412Xk
1 Like #10
elTuco
Apart from online currency rates & scientific calculator, this has great percentage features and unique history features.
They just need + & - or just their fingers.
Maths is not their strong point, otherwise peeps always complaining about 10p would realise even on minimum wage, they are losing pounds nagging about their stinginess online. not to mention leaving the money to others to spend when they kick the bucket. :D
If maths was your strong point, you wouldn't need a calculator. Surely.
#11
Master.G
elTuco
Apart from online currency rates & scientific calculator, this has great percentage features and unique history features.
They just need + & - or just their fingers.
Maths is not their strong point, otherwise peeps always complaining about 10p would realise even on minimum wage, they are losing pounds nagging about their stinginess online. not to mention leaving the money to others to spend when they kick the bucket. :D
If maths was your strong point, you wouldn't need a calculator. Surely.

That is probably the most stupid comment I have read here, ever :D

I am sure my professors with their ever present calculators back then before android/iPhone mobiles, who gave me an honours maths & stats degree at a top university, were no good at maths either according to your Flintstone logic.

And the mathematics books they wrote and taught worldwide at universities, is just gibberish symbols to you.

Love it, thanks for the laughs. :D
3 Likes #12
I'm thinking of voting cold as, whilst I love a good deal, nothing beats seeing a poster working themselves up into a right lather ;-)
1 Like #13
Just paid and downloaded it, I admit it looks pretty good - the currency converter will be useful, thanks OP.
#14
Lather? Couldn't give a flying fig. It's in your own mind mate, having a laugh :D

Nice car avatar, get some of your mind lather then:
Wax on, Wax off

https://media.giphy.com/media/uResudifViSVW/giphy.gif

:D
#15
I always put 2 and 2 together and come out with 5 so this might be a good buy for me.
#16
elTuco
Master.G
elTuco
Apart from online currency rates & scientific calculator, this has great percentage features and unique history features.
They just need + & - or just their fingers.
Maths is not their strong point, otherwise peeps always complaining about 10p would realise even on minimum wage, they are losing pounds nagging about their stinginess online. not to mention leaving the money to others to spend when they kick the bucket. :D
If maths was your strong point, you wouldn't need a calculator. Surely.
That is probably the most stupid comment I have read here, ever :D
I am sure my professors with their ever present calculators back then before android/iPhone mobiles, who gave me an honours maths & stats degree at a top university, were no good at maths either according to your Flintstone logic.
And the mathematics books they wrote and taught worldwide at universities, is just gibberish symbols to you.
Love it, thanks for the laughs. :D
You do know that maths was going on thousands of years before the advent of calculators, right?
#17
full version includes a non removable advertisement/link to a 3rd party app that contains ads and IAP
#18
Maybe you could use it along with Newton's law of cooling, T(t) = Ts + (To - Ts)e-kt, to calculate how long it will take your deal to become the coldest of the week. :p
5 Likes #19
Master.G
You do know that maths was going on thousands of years before the advent of calculators, right?

Of course he does, he did a postgrad in history at an even topper university!
1 Like #20
elTuco
Lather? Couldn't give a flying fig. It's in your own mind mate, having a laugh :D

Nice car avatar, get some of your mind lather then:
Wax on, Wax off

https://media.giphy.com/media/uResudifViSVW/giphy.gif

:D


fun fact while filming this scene Ralph Macchio waxed on waxed off mr miyagis dome.
#21
Master.G
elTuco
Master.G
elTuco
Apart from online currency rates & scientific calculator, this has great percentage features and unique history features.
They just need + & - or just their fingers.
Maths is not their strong point, otherwise peeps always complaining about 10p would realise even on minimum wage, they are losing pounds nagging about their stinginess online. not to mention leaving the money to others to spend when they kick the bucket. :D
If maths was your strong point, you wouldn't need a calculator. Surely.
That is probably the most stupid comment I have read here, ever :D
I am sure my professors with their ever present calculators back then before android/iPhone mobiles, who gave me an honours maths & stats degree at a top university, were no good at maths either according to your Flintstone logic.
And the mathematics books they wrote and taught worldwide at universities, is just gibberish symbols to you.
Love it, thanks for the laughs. :D
You do know that maths was going on thousands of years before the advent of calculators, right?

Of course, abacus and all, many ancient Greek theories were more ancient, from ancient Egypt or Sumerian. But the advances in the last half century, maths & all sciences, are growing exponentially (chart graph curve shooting straight up), not just due to computers though it's one of the main few factors.

As for good old days, our great grandfathers lived by gas light and candles. Now we have MRI scan machines instead of just leaches. Bit of a difference, mate.

And if the late Ben Rich, former head of Lockheed Martin & Skunkworks black projects, is to believed some years ago "we now have the technology to take E.T. home", ie: interstellar travel. Bit different to riding donkeys a hundred years ago bud.

https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/17/15650210/antikythera-mechanism-discovery-anniversary-analog-astronomical-computer
#22
Rubisco
Master.G
You do know that maths was going on thousands of years before the advent of calculators, right?

Of course he does, he did a postgrad in history at an even topper university!


Actually I did two. However the main fact is, on this site, you are always asking for a spanking. :D

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-O6tFjm0qNDI/VkaTn0wQNwI/AAAAAAAApb8/f9mi7HJFwfE/w450-h325/Snape%2BL%2527Oreal.gif
#23
Donkeys are a lot more useful right now though eh?
#24
Master.G
Maybe you could use it along with Newton's law of cooling, T(t) = Ts + (To - Ts)e-kt, to calculate how long it will take your deal to become the coldest of the week. :p


I'd love it if it became the coldest of all time. Of course it doesn't negate the fact that those who voted it cold are utter idiots. :D
#25
Master.G
Donkeys are a lot more useful right now though eh?

I don't know, I prefer brunettes, but what you get up to in your bedroom is your business ;)
#26
elTuco
Of course, abacus and all, many ancient Greek theories were more ancient, from ancient Egypt or Sumerian. But the advances in the last half century, maths & all sciences, are growing exponentially (chart graph curve shooting straight up), not just due to computers though it's one of the main few factors.As for good old days, our great grandfathers lived by gas light and candles. Now we have MRI scan machines instead of just leaches. Bit of a difference, mate. And if the late Ben Rich, former head of Lockheed Martin & Skunkworks black projects, is to believed some years ago "we now have the technology to take E.T. home", ie: interstellar travel. Bit different to riding donkeys a hundred years ago bud.https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/17/15650210/antikythera-mechanism-discovery-anniversary-analog-astronomical-computer

The main factor would be population size. There are more published peer-reviewed scientists in the world than there were people in the UK 300 years ago.
#27
Master.G
Maybe you could use it along with Newton's law of cooling, T(t) = Ts + (To - Ts)e-kt, to calculate how long it will take your deal to become the coldest of the week. cheeky


I don't think it can beat the Assassins Creed £699 pre order deal.

Edited By: Zatos on Jun 13, 2017 18:08: .
#28
Rubisco
elTuco
Of course, abacus and all, many ancient Greek theories were more ancient, from ancient Egypt or Sumerian. But the advances in the last half century, maths & all sciences, are growing exponentially (chart graph curve shooting straight up), not just due to computers though it's one of the main few factors.As for good old days, our great grandfathers lived by gas light and candles. Now we have MRI scan machines instead of just leaches. Bit of a difference, mate. And if the late Ben Rich, former head of Lockheed Martin & Skunkworks black projects, is to believed some years ago "we now have the technology to take E.T. home", ie: interstellar travel. Bit different to riding donkeys a hundred years ago bud.https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/17/15650210/antikythera-mechanism-discovery-anniversary-analog-astronomical-computer
The main factor would be population size. There are more published peer-reviewed scientists in the world than there were people in the UK 300 years ago.


If you'd read carefully what I wrote to Master G., which you quoted, you'd been able to see I said "one of the main few factors", not just the main factor as you misrepresent per usual here.

Even then, your point is erroneous, the planet could have double the population, it would not matter if they were not educated, the reason for more papers is the growing number of highly educated people, mainly in Asia nowadays.

Finally, apart from computers and more educated scientists there are still a few other factors.

Edited By: elTuco on Jun 13, 2017 18:13
#29
elTuco
If you'd read carefully what I wrote to Master G., which you quoted, you'd been able to see I said "one of the main few factors", not just the main factor as you misrepresent per usual here.Even then, your point is erroneous, the planet could have double the population, it would not matter if they were not educated, the reason for more papers is the growing number of highly educated people, mainly in Asia nowadays. Finally, apart from computers and more educated scientists there are still a few other factors.

And if you'd read carefully what I wrote, you'd have been able to see I didn't say you said the main factor.

And nowhere did I mention the planet's population, I was clearly referring to the scientific population.
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#31
Rubisco
elTuco
If you'd read carefully what I wrote to Master G., which you quoted, you'd been able to see I said "one of the main few factors", not just the main factor as you misrepresent per usual here.Even then, your point is erroneous, the planet could have double the population, it would not matter if they were not educated, the reason for more papers is the growing number of highly educated people, mainly in Asia nowadays. Finally, apart from computers and more educated scientists there are still a few other factors.
And if you'd read carefully what I wrote, you'd have been able to see I didn't say you said the main factor.
And nowhere did I mention the planet's population, I was clearly referring to the scientific population.


Population is: Population.
#32
elTuco
Population is: Population.

Brexit means Brexit.
#33
Magister
If you're that short of cash, I'll give you the 10p.


Will you give me 10p please ? (y)
#34
Rubisco
elTuco
Population is: Population.
Brexit means Brexit.

Yeah but they lost the hard one, it's now limp Brexit.
#35
Master.G
http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/522/253/d80.jpg


Short code is:

( . )( . )


http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/e3/e3c67093215c499c6e7795857b222fbf3301508a3125c36190aa638dbd49d5cf.jpg
#37
No calculator required. https://edge.alluremedia.com.au/m/l/2015/03/Blackboard.jpg
#38
elTuco
Yeah but they lost the hard one, it's now limp Brexit.

I remember them they were rubbish. They caused a downturn in my pound anyway.
#39

No online currency converter, plus ads, second one has a near three quid pro version. History features are best on this too.
#40
waste of space.

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