Calculator - unit converter
Can something as basic as calculator become an app? Yes, if that is a tool not only for making calculations but also for converting various units and currencies. And that is exactly what the ASUS Calculator app can do!
The main feature of this app is obviously calculations. Besides basic and roots operators, there are also other operators available such as percents, pi, logarithm, factorial function, and some others that can be useful for high school and college students, not to mention everyone who needs an advanced calculator for their work. Trigonometric functions like sin, cos, tan, in degree or radians, are also available.
When working, you can choose either a standard mode or a scientific one and easily switch between them. Moreover, there is an editing feature that lets you cut, copy, and paste results into any editing app. Your previous calculations can be shown on History display in case you need to go back to them and double-check, for instance.
The feature I like the most is the currency converter that works not only with USD and EUR but also with Australian Dollar, Chinese Yuan, Pound Sterling, and some other currencies. I find this feature extremely useful for tourists and businessmen who work with companies from all around the world.
There is also the unit converter that gives you an opportunity of conversion of length, area, weight, volume, and so on. That is a useful feature for everyday life, especially if you have friends in Europe as I do. They’re used to measure things in meters and kilograms, so the ASUS Calculator app actually makes our communication way easier.
So far, the app is available only for Android devices running version 4.1 and above. They are constantly updating the app, so there may be some improvements lying ahead.
Ease of Use
The ASUS Calculator app is pretty easy-to-use, and I’ve had no problems getting used to it. That’s just a calculator, albeit advanced and convenient, so what else to expect? It may lack some features, and minor bugs may occur from time to time. As for the rest, it’s just a simple and easy tool for making calculations and converting units and currencies.
As the app itself, the design is rather simple and minimalistic, yet neat and appealing. You can choose between bright and dark color themes which is a nice small feature, especially if you care a lot about the app’s design as I do.
The interface is simple and intuitive, and it provides you with all basic features for making calculations easy and fast as well as efficient.
As far as I can tell, all the declared features of the app are free. ASUS Calculator doesn’t offer in-app purchases.
The ASUS Calculator app has many advanced functions: it features a thousand separators, allows a combination of operators in one expression, and lets you easily edit the inputs, and so on;
There are the unit and currency converters available;
The neat design and the intuitive interface.
The Calculator may lack some specific features;
The unit converter lacks some uncommon edits of measurement as well as the currency converter does. For instance, there is no cryptocurrency available yet
Some bugs may occur from time to time, although the developers are constantly working on it.
So, the ASUS Calculator app is an easy and useful tool for making calculations as well as converting currencies and edits of measure. I find it helpful not only in work and study but also in everyday life whether you’re going abroad, chatting with your friends from other countries, or trying to figure out the discount on that pretty black dress.