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When I first downloaded this app it was just like my TI-84 which I liked because I was already used to the button layout, but now things have changed with the recent updates. For example, when I want to enter a fraction, I used to be able to click math, right,up, then enter (D:n/d) but in the app it’s different which is annoying because I already have that muscle memorized. Also, one of the huge downsides is the lack of iPad integration. Especially since the page on the App Store only shows the app being used on an iPad, which makes one believe that this is tailored for the iPad. Sadly, that isn’t the case. I would really like to see landscape viewing as well as multitasking features (side by side viewing). Last thing, can I change the x values when pressing 2nd graph. I know on the TI-84 you can change this by pressing the + sign.
I am currently a college student, and bought this app when I was heading to class and realized I left my actual TI-84 at home. I went to use the stat menu to access some key functions for my statistics class, and it told me the it was still under development. Why did they release an app for over 3$ if it’s not even complete?? Well, Texas Instruments holds a monopoly on graphing calculator and took down the previous completely working graphing calculator apps so you are forced to buy their actual calculators. It is absurd that my phone is more powerful than a laptop computer was 10 years ago, yet I am stuck paying the same price for a graphing calculator that is fully functional that I would have paid over a decade ago. There is no reason this app is not complete, besides the fact they want you to spend your money on this app, just to realize you are stuck lying over 75$ for a fully functional one. The app keeps saying the stat function menu and other ones not functioning will be added next update, but it never is. Do not purchase this app, and do not purchase an actual Texas instrument calculator if you do not have to. If you are needing it just for graphing, there are many other apps that do just the graphing aspect of a graphing calculator. It is a shame to admit that if you need to use certain functions you will be spending over 75$ for it.
I was using this calculator because the price of a ti 84 plus calculator would have been 100$ so this was a cheaper alternative. One of the reasons I bought this was for finding the roots and max. And min. Of functions, it does this exactly like a TI-84 would. The only problem is that it cannot graph a scatter plot or find an equation for that scatter plot. While it says that it will be out in in a new update, the reason I bought it was specifically for scatter plots and quadratic function graphing. All In all it is the closest calculator to the TI-84 and a cheaper alternative to the calculator minus the scatter plot.
does anyone know of a way to get refunded on apps that lie about calculator functionality??? in the app description it says that it is ‘perfect for high school and college students’ and that it aids app-users with calculus (which is the lie). after PAYING for the app and trying to utilize it for my stats/calc college course, like the app claimed it was capable of, the calculator’s ‘stats’ and ‘vars’ button options NEEDED for the essential coursework for problem solving in statistics AND calculus, don’t even work. so i either want to find out how to get a full reimbursement, or im suing for false advertisement bc now i can’t do my homework. the whole point of Texas instrument GRAPHING CALCULATORS is to be able to graph unlike a scientific calculator can, which is another reason i also bought this app and another reason why i bought this one instead of using my satisfactory calculator app preinstalled on my phone. what a waste of money x
I purchased this app for one of the courses I’m taking. It’s not in my field of study, so I didn’t want to spend a bunch of money on a fancy calculator I wouldn’t use after the semester is over. However, having this app is essentially the same as having nothing because the keys I need are “under development and will be in the next update”, but I’ve had this app for almost the whole spring semester, it has since updated, and still I have NEVER been able to actually get use out of it. So after this app almost screwed me over, I found “G.Calculator” and it works amazingly for the exact same price. Please don’t waste your money on this company’s empty promises. If it’s only halfway done developing, why did they put it in the App Store at all?
A full-featured graphing calculator: Graph and investigate functions, solve equations, work with statistics, distributions, matrices and much more.
FIVE REASONS WHY YOU NEED THIS APP
1. Keyboard and command syntax similar to physical graphing calculators -> No need to learn a new calculator.
2. Powerful emulator like Wabbitemu Calculator -> No more waiting to graph functions compared to slow physical handhelds.
3. Enter fractions, equations
or functions in the same way as you would write them on paper.
4. Never forget your calculator at home! It's always ready on your iPhone & iPad, and it weighs nothing.
5. High-resolution graphs
FULL GRAPHING CALCULATOR
• Graph more than ten functions at once, each with a different color
• Add Lines, Horizontals, Verticals, and Tangents to the graph
• Use your finger or the arrow keys to trace the coordinates of your functions
• Calculate the Zero, Minimum, Maximum, Intersection, and Derivative
• Find integrals and color the area under the function
• Set the X and Y coordinates of the graphing window; zoom in and out with your fingers
ADVANCED SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
• Enter calculations in natural textbook format
• Includes all basic arithmetic (+, -, x, ÷, ^, ², √, π, …)
• Use advanced functions like sin, cos, tan, e, ln, Σ, ...
• Scroll your calculation history and modify existing calculations with one tab
• Store and recall variables
• Quadratic Equation Solver
• Work with matrices the easy way -> store them or enter them directly on the calculator interface
• Do basic matrix arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication or power of a Matrix
• Put the matrix into Reduced Row-Echelon Form and solve linear equation systems
• Calculate the determinant, inversion or transpose the matrix
STATISTICS AND LISTS
• Use lists for all basic and trigonometric operations
• Enter lists using the Statistics List Editor or use curly brackets on the main screen
• Perform 1- and 2- Variable Stats
• Investigate your lists: min, max, mean, median, sum, product, standard deviation, and variance.
• Do regressions with best-fit lines: LinReg, QuadReg, CubicReg, QuartReg, ExpReg
• Work with distributions: Normal, Poisson and Binomial
TUTORIAL AND CATALOG
• Easy to understand tutorial to get started
• Full Catalog of all commands with syntax, example, and possible error messages
• Tab on highlighted math terms to read on point definitions
PERFECT FOR HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE STUDENTS
• Recommended by teachers to use in math classes
• Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 & 2
• Pre-Calculus, Calculus
• Permitted on SAT/ ACT/ AP (your phone might not be permitted, but you can use the app for homework and borrow an actual calculator from your school for the test)
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