January 21, 2011 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Sydney, Australia - Acqualia has released Soulver 2.1, a major update to its groundbreaking notepad calculator application for Mac. Soulver is a new approach to doing quick calculations on computers. Instead of mimicking a traditional calculator, Soulver lets you play around with numbers as text, displaying your answers alongside your problems as you type. It's a quick way to add things up and to compare different "what if" scenarios line by line.
Soulver is great for day-to-day sums, calculations with different currencies, easy percentages, & stocks. For advanced users, Soulver includes all the standard mathematical functions, supports very large numbers, and has support for hex and binary calculations. When you're finished, you can save and print out your work.
Version 2.1 is a major update to Soulver 2. It is now much easier to use the answers of other lines, by using improved answer tokens. Printing and exporting have also been significantly improved, and Soulver can now produce beautifully styled HTML emails of your calculations.
Soulver is available in English, German, French, Italian, and Japanese.
Pricing and Availability:
Soulver can be downloaded for a free trial, and costs $24.95 (USD) to buy. It's available from Acqualia.com, & the Mac App Store. Soulver is also available for the iPad and the iPhone.
Acqualia is an Australian software company that produces award winning and easy to use software for the Mac. Copyright 2008 Acqualia. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.