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What's new in CalcMadeEasy 4.3:
- Finance: Now you can select front-end and back-end ratio on Mortgage Affordability calculator.
- In Previous Release:
- For feedback/suggestion or report an issue, please 'Contact Us' from menu 'About CalcMadeEasy' (⌘ .)
- Added Share option to share Notes with various sharing services.
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- FILE SIZE:
- 3.8 MB
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Lalit Patil
- USER RATING:
- Home \ Business
The calculator supports all the basic math and scientific calculations one would expect. It also includes a RPN mode and access to universal constants. In addition, you can easily copy the result to your clipboard, supports keyboard operations and the skin can be changed with several others.
Another module, the notepad, provides a simple and elegant window where you can compose notes. It is divided into a left sidebar which lists the notes in chronological order and displays their creation date, as well as a simple writing area whose background color can be changed.
Probably the best feature of CalcMadeEasy is the ability to perform financial calculations. This calculator helps you when, for instance, you want to purchase a new car or home, refinancing loans, generate amortization schedules, and in various financial fields: business, mortgage, automobile, etc.
Last but not least, the unit converter allows you to convert between a variety of units in 15 different metric systems, such as area, energy, force, mass, speed, time or volume. With a simple click, you can convert between various units in an instant.
To sum things up, CalcMadeEasy is a Swiss army knife of calculations for Mac OS X. It makes it easy to compute financial plans and basic math / scientific operations, store notes and convert between units. All these tools are included in one package at an affordable price.
CalcMadeEasy was reviewed by Octav Fedor, last updated on February 11th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.8 or later (Intel only)
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