January 31, 2012 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Langenfeld, Germany - MTbrain IOS Development today is proud to announce version 2.9 of the Scientific Calculator B1, a scientific calculator for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch. The main design pattern was to create a powerful, but easy and intuitive to use Scientific Calculator which ensures the continuous workflow from 'end-to-end'. Unlike many 'calculate & forget' calculators, this calculator supports the transparent and reusable operation as it is necessary in science, school and office. Beside many functional improvements (a huge set of physical/chemical constants) and interface improvements the B1 comes along with a complete new way of realizing arithmetic bracket function - called 'Formula Injection'.
Werner Schmidtberg (Chief Developer, MTbrain): "The typical scientific way of solving complex questions or calculation is to cut them in smaller, more transparent and less error prone pieces. That's exactly the model behind formula injection, which we have developed for this version.It is part of the educational design pattern of the Scientific Calculator B1.It lets the user break operations into independent, logical pieces which can be injected later into a running calculation. Utilizing bracket keys and bracket function is no more longer necessary."
The calculator itself uses the arithmetic Infix-Notation system which has been developed by MTbrain from the ground up. A wide range of mathematical operations and of common conversion functions are supported, including logarithms, trigonometric functions, roots and arbitratry exponents. During the whole operation the calculator displays the complete calculation path for each single calculation step. Operators and Brackets are checked and set automatically. The final results and formulas can be persist in the flash memory and as a full record in the internal database as well. The records can be commented for later documentation and can be reused in every detail to continue later operations. The Database records can be sent via email in normal text format for the universal use in other documents.
Especially for scientist and students a glossary with over 600 specific math terms has been setup. It contains Wikipedia links to areas like 'general mathematics', 'algebra', 'mathematical analysis' and 'numerics' to ensure deep explanation. The content of this glossary is bilingual (english & german).
Calculator features at a glance:
* A smart and photorealistic interface with 'hot'- accessoires for important operations
* Realtime typesetting and evaluation of calculations
* Persistent calculations formula, fully reusable for continuing operations
* arithmetic bracket function by Formula Injection
* sliding function key bars
* Smooth and noticeable animations for important operations, like 'edit', 'save', 'delete' und 'reuse'
* 29 arithmetic/scientific and 32 conversion functions covering a wide range of calculation operations, from arithmetic, trigonometric, roots to arbitrary exponents
* a huge set of physical and chemical natural constants
* Over 600 built-in glossary terms
* Ability to export calculations via email
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 2.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Scientific Calculator B1 (v2.9) for iPad / iPhone comes along with a standard list price for $1.99 (USD, or equivalent in other currencies) in all iTunes App Store globally. Review copies are available upon request. The launch day will be Friday, 27th -January 15.00 GMT. The very first 1000 download will come for free ($0.00).
Based in Langenfeld, NRW, Germany, MTbrain iOS Development is a two-man software development company founded in 1991 by Werner Schmidtberg. Nearly 20 years MTbrain has developed customized software solutions for eBusiness and Research & Development, like artificial expert systems for the heavy industrial use on analytical devices like mass spectrometers and high pressure liquid chromatography. Since 2010 MTbrain has extended its field of activities on the Apple iOS devices with the goal of providing quality business, scientific and educational software. All Material and Software (C) 1991-2012 MTbrain iOS Development / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPad and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.