There is a new gnome-calculator (3.7.5) in the Gnome3 Staging PPA.
Also there is a new transitional gcalctool (3.7.5) package to ease the transition from gcalctool to gnome-calculator.
However, upgrading gcalctool from the recent version (6.6.2) to the new 3.7.5 version is not succesfull.
This is because this upgrade also installs gnome-calculator and there is an error overwriting one same packag
I just posted my first application to the Google Play Market.
It is called QOS Tip Calculator. It is a tip calculator that allows you to factor in the quality of service you received from your server to determine the tip. Its a novel idea in my opinion, and for all I know it is a fairly unique idea...
TRIX is famous cards game but it has complex way to calculate the results.
TRIX CALCULATOR is an application that help you to calculate and keep track of Trix game rsults, with nice and easy-to-use UI (user interfaces).
-supporting multi-resolution devices (tablets and mobiles) with nice and easy to use interfaces.
-the ability to save the game in order to resume it when you want.
Regardless which platform you are using, theres bound to be a calculator included in the stock OS. For simple calculation, these calculators work fine, but if you want to do more complex calculation, like solving an algebraic expression, it wont make the mark.