RubikCalcPRO is a unique, fully programmable calculator that allows you to add all your most-used functions at the swipe of a screen, having a very user-friendly interface so just about anyone can program this calculator to be physical, scientific, or mathematical in one single custom formula calculator.
You can use your custom formula converted into a calculator in no time without any programming skills or experience, just math.
Free Version Features:
1- Write your own custom calculator with your custom formula
2- See the results in real-time while you type.
4- Save your calculators to use later
5- Supports Trigonometric functions (Sin, Cos, Tan … )
6- Supports Logarithmic functions
7- Detailed Documentation
* See the steps of the solution step by step
* Table Mode: you can enter multiple inputs and get the output.
* Chart Mode: You can create customizable charts and share the results
* Share the results of each calculation.
* Customize your settings: Change the precision of the output (decimal places)
Use the following formula and see the results immediately in real-time debugging.
Example1 (Velocity Calculator)
Distance[m] = x
Time[s] = t
Velocity[m/s] = x/t
Example2 (Desnity Calculator):
Example3 (Volume Calculator):
Example4 (Trigenometric Calculator):
* What is the “programmable custom formula Calculator”?
– It’s an app that allows you to write your custom formula and convert it to a custom calculator easily.
* How RubikCalc is different from any other programmable calculator?
– RubikCalc is totally different from another programmable calculator so that it’s not a static app, it’s totally dynamic, you can create your own customized formula calculators and save them and use them later.
* Can I use variables names like this p1,a3?
– No, you cannot mix numbers with letters in variable names, just use single symbols a,b,c,x,y,
* How does the app distinguishes between inputs and outputs?
– Outputs contains formula like this: Velocity=x/t, Square=x^2
While Inputs are just definitions like this: Distance=x, Time=t, Radius=r
* How can I specify units?
– Put the units between brackets after the name like this, Distance[m]=x
* How can I use the logarithmic function?
– Just write log(3),log(4).
* Can I use PI?
– Yes, just write PI, all capital.