Download Addi apk 1.98 free for Android smartphone

10 May
Addi

Posted by Corbin Champion in Tools | May 10, 2012 | 33 Comments

Apk file size: 20.0 MB

Much more than a scientific calculator.
A Computing Environment useful for solving many complex problems.
A Matlab / Octave clone for Android.
Java based and open source.
Free and Ad free.
Has most needed math capabilities.
A lot of function included already.
Can parse and run .m files. (try "edit /sdcard/test.m")
Working on bugs and compatibility.
Basic plotting working (you need the app called AddiPlot).
Custom keyboard for entering commands faster.
http://addi.googlecode.com

Now have Octave built for Android, moving this soon to a separate app called "octave" (clever...I know). You can go checkout the first version soon. Addi will be going back to being solely java based and small and not very feature rich, while octave will be the real deal, but much larger.

Matlab is a registered trademark or Math Works.

Whats new

    Minor: Help info prints now from experimental interpreter.
    Major: Got Octave built for Android. To use Octave interpreter instead of existing one, go to preferences/settings and enable it. It is not the default as there are some obvious issues to work through (plotting, help, etc), but this is a huge step forward and I perceive no major technical hurdles in solving them at this point.

Corbin Champion part of our Tools and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update May 10, 2012. Google play rating is 88.0362. Current verison is 1.98. Actual size 20.0 MB.

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33 Comments

A Google User

Do serious math on your mobile A must have for advanced numerical computing and visualization (with addiplot), faaaar more powerful than a number of apps you pay for. Works all right on my samsung galaxy note, even advanced octave commands are present. Wonderful! Excelent work.

A Google User

Better than Octave Addi puts Octave to shame. I had to do some work on my PC using Octave and it snagged on the ! operator, and doesn't show command suggestions like Addi does. This makes me love my Asus Slider all the more.

A Google User

One small problem The app is excellent, but I have one issue: I can't get the cross product to work, this is what happens: >> A = [1,2,3]; >> B = [2,3,4]; >> cross(A,B) ??? cross(A,B) ERROR: ERROR: SubAssign: conversion to cell from something not possible Could someone please tell me what I do wrong?

Rob Ryan

So far, so not good Not helpful. Entering a=[1 2 1;2 3 1;3 3 3];b=[3;7;8];a\b yields "ERROR: DoubleNumberToken: divide: dimensions don't match. size(a) yields 3.000 3.000, size(b) yields 3.000 1.000. Entering a and b shows that they're assigned correctly. With identical input, Matlab (correctly) returns 3.667;0.333;-1.333. This is literally the first thing I've tried with Addi. I imagine that there's something it does correctly and well but this is not at all encouraging.

A Google User

Seemed great at first. At first I thought it was pretty neat, but it returns errors constantly. Can't even do rref.

A Google User

Awesome! Octave for smartphones and tablets! Really useful for mathematical things on the go. Some functions don't work. I reeeeaaally need the scatter3 function. Unfortunately it fails :(.

A Google User

Gorgeous little app. It's nice to actually be able to do useful calculations mobile. Addi feels like running Octave from terminal, with the bonus of function mnemonics. It's easily as nice as Qalculate! Or SpeedCrunch on desktop, which is what I'm used to, and it's nice to have that functionality on a calculator-sized device when working with a scratchpad. I'm a new Android user, but this is the first app to make my Nexus 7 seem like a "real computer." Serious kudos. = )

Vasilis Nikolaidis

Nice to see this... While I have not tested anything deeper than basic operations, it is nice to see octave on android.

A Google User

Impressive! Very useful powerful project. Keep up the good work!

A Google User

Awesome While buying an android tablet, my friends discouraged me showing no efficient soft like matlab available. Now I can smile on them. This app is great but need to improve more. I more library files required along with better GUI. Hope the developer will give us a real alternative to matlab.

Alfredo Andres Gutierrez Vivius

Interpolation functions aren't working Even calling the sintax by help, the program report doesn't know the command.

Mike Kosloski

Awesome! However... This is an awesome app that functions exactly as you'd expect. The only flaw is that, when using the custom keyboard, there is no obvious way to get out of parentheses. Add arrow keys to the keyboard to allow you to move within a line entry and this is a six-star app! In the mean time, use your default device keyboard to move around.

Sharib Iqbal

Ed Editor window then it will be perfect.its not supporting stem function.and also colour doesn't changes.

A Google User

My Favorite Productivity App, hands down As a physics major I have to do a lot of work with MatLab which isn't available for the android platform, much less my mobile phone. I stumbled across this app completely by accident and it's been fantastic. It's great for quick computations if you don't want to use the standard built-in calculator, it's got substantially more functions, can run .m files you've written on another phone or on an actual computer, and with the plotting and mapping packages available it's indispensable in a pinch if you're tr

curtis nichol

Very promising Still has some work needed but I'm looking forward to see how this turns out. Would love to see more plotting support. Thanks for the effort, keep up the good work.

Brendan Bleker

Missing basic navigation Adding nested equations impossible, there is no navigation (left/right cursor movement)

A Google User

Good app...just need to be able to go back and change equation once you hit enter

A Google User

Awesome octave/matlab emulator Great for simple matlab tasks, just need to get that control systems part in, after all matlab was originally created for control systems analysis!

A Google User

Java lang error when opening/running mfile. Doesnt support "load" function for mat file

A Google User

Awesome! Needs mobile interface I really like this app on my tablet. However, there is no good way to recall your last command like with the up arrow on the desktop version. Suggest adding gesture support for that.

abhishek kulkarni

Just gorgeous Very handy. Has everything you can do on a tab.

Deny Anto

help help me please, how to plot in 3D.. i am using addiplot, but only plot in 2D..

rahul khatry

Super awesome Its just what i needed. Simply the best for android.

A Google User

support! only matlab clone on android, not fully functional but strongly support

A Google User

Need IO File Explorer to open .m file huh? It's not very good like this! though a good app it is.

Eric Katz

Bugs Mesh doesnt work. Many other bugs and probles. Use octave.

Sameer Khanna

This is a very good app with a very good keyboard. And user can do some serious math too

Sai Prashaanth

Sweet!!!! Really handy stuff! Works smooth on my nexus 7... Superlike!

Abdalla Ramadan Donkol

You are the best Great app with all mean of words

Jacob Frantz

Best calculator available Its not traditional, but its simple and powerful.

Sameer Shaikh

Not workin????? Not showing the graph of the .m file..... Showing error

Keivan Bahmani

Perfecr It is powerful and capable

Пользователь Google

Nice Amazing software! But imread is disabled in octave lib 3.7.0+...

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