Tydlig, the app that promises a calculator reimagined for iOS 7, has just received another significant update.
Tydlig is a calculator app that seeks to do away with the conventions that seem to govern calculator apps even in the age of iOS 7. And it does so by offering, more than a simple and flat interface, a number of impressive features that lend themselves well to the operating system. These include responsive results, linked numbers, powerful graphing, freeform canvas, and an advanced calculation engine.If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here.
Released for iPad in early December, Tydlig was updated with universal support for iPhone and iPod touch just a week after its launch. And now, it has been updated with quite a few notable enhancements, including number annotation, left-handed mode, and the much-requested undo support:
- Annotate numbers with text labels.
- Localized into 30+ new languages.
- Undo support.
- Slider for any number.
- Discrete slider, toggle it by tapping on the regular slider.
- Adjustable text size.
- Left handed mode.
- Thousands separators can now be toggled on/off.
- Sounds for key presses.
- Added an EE function.
- Improved scientific formatting heuristic.
- Decimal calculations with extra high precision for +, -, *, /, %, and partially for ^ and √.
- Bug fixes and polish.
The new version of Tydlig is available now as a free update or as a new $3.99 download. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later.
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