As you can see, the new app is completely redesigned for iOS 8 and looks spectacular, even on the sizable iPhone 6 Plus screen. With iCloud sync, users can sync their history tape, constants, and favorites across iOS devices and even with the Mac app.
Along with a new favorites system, a revamped history tape and other new goodies, the app has also taken a step into freemium territory and can be downloaded now from the App Store.
Calcbot is a universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini.
With an in-app purchase of $1.99, users can unlock the pro package that includes a number of additional of features including unit conversions with more than 200 units across 20 categories, a special pro theme, unlimited history tape, and custom constants.
The Mac Calcbot app arrived in late 2014 and can be downloaded for $4.99.
In the image, released a little more than two weeks ago, Tapbots also teased other long-awaited apps like an Yosemite compatible version of Tweetbot. Still missing in action is the redesigned Tweebot for iPad.
But the new Calcbot looks great, and the new pricing structure makes it even better.
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