My seasoned calculator program has been updated to PCalc 4. Hexadecimal, octal, and binary calculations are supported by this fully functional scientific calculator for macOS, which also has a wide range of unit conversions, parentheses, programable functions, an optional RPN mode.
Through the most recent PCalc for iPhone, TLA Systems has now added its well-known calculator app to the Apple Watch. Similar to the Calcbot app, the PCalc Apple Watch app has a clever tip calculator that makes splitting the bill simple. It is fully functional for quickly crunching numbers from your watch.
- A powerful menu bar widget – do quick calculations without ever leaving your current app.
- Switchable button layouts – choose from many different horizontal and vertical layouts. Includes all the layouts from the iPhone and iPad, as well as Mac-specific ones.
- A full button layout editor – make your own calculator to best suit your needs, sync it automatically with iPhone and iPad, and share it with others.
- Calculator themes – pick your look, all the way from minimalist to striking.
- An RPN mode with one button access to the stack, and optional multiple-line display.
- Editable user conversions, functions, and constants which are synced automatically across multiple devices.
- Hexadecimal, octal and binary modes, complete with a variety of bitwise operators.
- A simulated paper tape to keep track of your calculations with a “ticker tape” mode under the main display.
- Smart searching of conversions, functions, and constants. Just search for “$ to £” for example.
- Stylish, consistent user interface.
- Support for Retina displays.
- Full AppleScript and Shortcuts support for scripting.
- Multiple undo and redo.
- Modern 64-bit application.
- Handoff of in-progress calculations between PCalc on iOS, macOS, and watchOS.
- Support for the Touch Bar.
- Support for macOS 12 Monterey.
- Support for Macs with Apple Silicon or Intel processors.
What’s new in version 4.10.5
- Added support for macOS 13.
- Added an “EV Efficiency” section to the conversions.
- Now interpret text starting with “0x”, “0o”, or “0b” as hex, octal, and binary numbers.
- Fixed an ambiguity when displaying some currency symbols like Yen and Yuan.
- Fixed a problem with the “Round to Floor” and “Round to Ceiling” user function commands with negative numbers.
- Fixed a problem with the “Modulo” function with negative numbers.
- Intel 64
- Apple Silicon
- Mac OS 10.13.0 or later
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