MyScript Calculator


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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

MyScript Calculator

MyScript Calculator



Description
With MyScript Calculator ( Calculator ) , perform mathematical operations using your writing.
Simple, practical and intuitive : simply write a mathematical expression on the screen and let MyScript work its magic by converting symbols and numbers in digital text and displaying the results in real time .

Rediscover the pleasure to write on a sheet of paper and enjoy the benefits of digital ( gesture recognition removal , real-time recognition , etc. ) .
Benefits and features:
- Works with your Android smartphone
- Works with your Android tablet
- Use your handwriting to write any arithmetic formula .
- Write and calculate mathematical expressions so intuitive and natural , without a keyboard.
- Use gestures to temperature easily erase symbols and numbers.
- Works in portrait and landscape mode .
- Undo and Redo functions .
OPERATORS SUPPORTED
Basic operations: +, - , x, ÷ , + / - , 1 / x
Various operations :%, √ , x, | x | !
Powers / exponential factors : ℯ x , xy , x2
Parentheses : ()
Trigonometry : cos , sin, tan
Inverse trigonometry : acos , asin , atan
Logarithms : ln , log
Constants: π , ℯ , Phi
*** IMPORTANT: If you wish to report a problem with MyScript Calculator or simply ask a question Vision Objects , do not use Google Play space for comments , because it is impossible for us to meet you there.
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Support Web site : http://myscriptsupport.visionobjects.com
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Note about permissions :
We ask permission to access the internet so you can watch the video tutorial and receive automatic notifications on products.
FAQ page :
http://www.visionobjects.com/fr/myscript/math-application/myscript-calculator/faq/
Future versions:
We take note of your comments and remarks. Many of you ask us about the equations. 









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