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SiCal Watch Calculator

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SiCal Watch Calculator

An extremely powerful standard and scientific calculator for the Apple Watch.
Modern, customizable and incredibly versatile. Easy to use.

• The keys of the calculator can be reassigned as needed.
• And an intelligent cursor helps you to edit your calculation quickly.
• On the Watch not only the last entered number is displayed, but comprehensibly the complete calculation path as text. Full editable on the Watch!
• The clever display allows a perfect representation, even with infinitely long entries on the Watch.
• Make the calculator even better. Create your own functions and constants! You can assign them on any key. Create your own professional calculators with your formulas!
• History - old calculations can be recalled and reused at any time.
• Calculators with new key assignments can be saved completely and can be recalled including the old calculations at any time!
• Swipe gestures can be assigned to your own actions.
• Many different calculator styles and icons selectable.
• Perfect teamwork. It is possible to send the saved calculators to the iPhone, organize them there and share them with other users of this app ...

… and so much more!

Examples of what you can assign to the keys ...
• self created functions and constants !!!
• sin(), cos(), tan(), asin(), acos(), atan()
• sinh(), cosh(), tanh(), asinh(), acosh(), atanh()
• x^y, x^2, x^3, 2^x, e^x, √, ³√,%, gamma Г, n!, erf(), erfc(), rnd, rand(), abs()
• ln(), log(), log2()
• ceil(), floor(), trunc()
• % key - behavior under 'Settings -> Advanced' customizable at any time!
• Constants: π, e
• memory functions: 'history mode', MR, MS, MC, M+, M-
• further special functions or characters: EE, 2nd, brackets : ( , )
• '=SMS' sends the calculation with solution as a message to friends and colleagues.
• φ (PHI) - module to create own functions/constants
• TIP - tip calculator
• CST - use table with many predefined constants
Kai Schamuhn