Totals, the minimalistic calculator application for iOS, has received a big update adding a new feature called “Mathpad,” currency conversions, and an enhanced user interface (UI). You can pick up the updated app free of charge on the App Store now, and it’s optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch.
First up, Totals’ new Mathpad feature is essentially “like a Notepad, but for all kinds of notes related to numbers.” Developer Marco Peneghel explains in the application’s release notes:
With the Mathpad, you will be able to keep track and annotate things like your average score at College or the amount of money someone owns you, the possibilities are just countless!
Mathpad can be accessed from a tab menu bar item, and users can list entries, annotate individual items, and check on a sum of all items in the list (which updates with each new addition). If you often find yourself keeping number-based lists, Mathpad will definitely come in handy.
Besides Totals’ new Mathpad, the app has also added a currency conversion feature; currencies from around the world are updated in the application every 24 hours, according to the Totals’ developer. Finally, an updated UI promises to make the app “more intuitive and responsive.”
As mentioned, the updated Totals can be downloaded now free of charge on the App Store, and as before the application is optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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