MyScript Calculator for iPhone is the perfect option for students. It uses an input we are all familiar with, our own handwriting, and not only recognizes the equations you write, but works them out for you.
If you're a high school or college student with an iPhone, you've probably noticed the abundance of calculator apps available in the App Store. While some have specific uses such as finance calculators or engineering calculators, you probably won't need all the functions they offer while studying for a calculus exam. When it comes to schoolwork, math symbols and shift keys on calculators can not only be confusing, but tedious to use, especially if you make a mistake and have to start over.
When you launch MyScript Calculator, you're be presented with a blank sheet of what looks like graph paper. Start writing equations and MyScript will start auto converting what you're writing into typed text to make it cleaner (think OCR for math). This also gives you more space to freehand write as you go. For example, if you draw a division sign underneath a block of numbers you've already written, the content will be moved upwards so you can continue working. If you make a mistake, just scribble a number out and it will disappear. What's more, MyScript will automatically start calculating for you.
MyScript supports basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square roots, exponential equations, and more. There's also an option for degree and radian toggles. They'll automatically appear as you use them, or you can permanently enable them to from the settings menu. When solving for an unknown variable, simply put a question mark where you'd like MyScript to fill in the answer. You can also share any equations you solve with someone else via email, Twitter, or Facebook.
Many scientific and graphing calculator apps can sometimes put a pretty big dent in your wallet. MyScript can perform a lot of the same tasks in a more natural way, and it's free. So, if you're a student looking for the best calculator option for your iPhone, make sure you give MyScript a try.