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Calc#: a calculator for Windows Store

August 19, 2013 Leave a comment

Recently, I decided to have a look at Windows Store app development. The result is Calc#; a free calculator app based on Jace.NET (the calculation engine for .NET I have built in my free time). Calc# supports the calculation of all possible mathematical formulas. These formulas can contain variables and mathematical functions such as sine, cosine, arcsine, natural logarithm, common logarithm, square root …


The design philosophy behind Calc# was: less is more. The UI contains the strict minimum that is needed to deliver a great user experience (or at least what I taught a calculator really needs).

Please download my app from the Windows Store and let me know your feedback 🙂


Categories: Jace.NET, Windows 8