Download Calculator Widget apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

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Calculator Widget

Posted by Daggoth Soft in Tools | Dec. 6, 2012 | 13 Comments

Apk file size: 252.0 KB

Desktop Widget for Android.

Simple calculator with some memory functions such as saving value, retrieve and delete memory value.

More will be added soon mathematical operations.

Daggoth Soft part of our Tools and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Dec. 6, 2012. Google play rating is 65.625. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 252.0 KB.

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13 Comments

Апофеоз Маразма

Looks nice But doesn't work on my HTC One X+ at all. And on Xperia Tablet Z doesn't work also.

Jay Yu

Broke after updates a while back What other guy saof. Can't do addition

Russell Perkins

Hey yo! Super great! ¡Me gusta mucho! Math and such.

john vizcaya

Does not do simple addition Can not add up three numbers. 350+400+250=700 really don't waste your time

Mojmír Nebel

Not much usable It's quite slow, is not able to count more than three numbers and often throws weird errors. Very basic app, looks like some student work...

Anthony Goodman

Great job. Seems to work flawlessly and looks amazing.

Daniela Stewart

Good tool to have... If it worked. Tried downloading for my Samsung 10.1 note tablet but it said error and I can't use it.

Lucija Novačić

Dont waste your time It doesnt work att all I type sth and it says error FIX UR APP

A Google User

It didn't work There are better calculators out there. So I uninstalled and decided that this app must have been written by an absolute bonehead. Most developers actually test their code before releasing it.

Todd Carpenter

Poor Can only add two numbers

Rods

This calc is erroneous! This calc is totally unreliable.

Christopher Crawford

It's a good, but basic widget, but poor calculator.

A Google User

It didn't work There are better calculators out there. So I uninstalled and decided that this app must have been written by an absolute bonehead. Most developers actually test their code before releasing it.

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