PCalc 3.3 brings support for extensions, iPhone 6, and more

PCalc 3.3, the latest version of the powerful and popular iOS scientific calculator, is now available for download in the App Store with full support for iOS 8 and the upcoming iPhone 6 smartphones.

Here's the change log for the new update:

  • Added full support for iOS 8.
  • Added support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
  • Added support for layout editing - just tap and hold on any button to begin. You can even add dedicated buttons that perform conversions, run functions, or enter constants, too!
  • Added a Notification Center Widget on iOS 8 to perform quick calculations. Tap the display to switch to the full app.
  • Added support for Handoff on iOS 8 to continue the current calculation on another device.
  • Added an option to switch off operator precedence entirely.
  • Added an option to only show the RPN stack in the "Stack" section and keep it scrolled to the bottom.
  • The display now shrinks down to a single line when you are in other sections to maximise visibility.
  • All text fields are now drawn to match the current theme.
  • Improved hardware keyboard support and added new keyboard shortcuts.
  • Fixed a problem with operator precedence.

PCalc 3.3 is a free update for existing users and priced at $9.99 for new customers. The app's developer TLA Systems says the updated free iOS version of the calculator, PCalc Lite, should be available soon and a version for OS X Yosemite should also be launched around the time the final version of the OS is made available. Will you be checking out this new version of PCalc?

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