Download Compound Interest Calculator apk 1.5 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 109.0 KB
This app is free and does not send you a single ad! It doesn't store your IP address or any other information about you whatsoever.
This is a simple but useful compound interest calculator. Enter a principal (initial amount), an annual interest rate, and the number of years you can leave your investment to grow. If you can add an extra amount every year your investment will grow much faster!
Unlike many similar calculators, this one updates immediately as fields are changed - you don't have to press a 'calculate' button to get results.
When used for the first time after installation, you will be asked to select your currency symbol - currently, US dollar, UK pound, and European euro are supported.
This calculator requires the Adobe AIR Android runtime. If it is not already installed on your phone or tablet, you will be prompted to install it the first time you run the app.
From v1.4 the app can be moved to an external SD card conserving internal memory, often in short supply!
v1.5 added an unobtrusive copyright text.
Added copyright text
This app can now be moved to the external SD card.
Moving the app on a Samsung Galaxy Tab:
i) Either tap the 'Active Applications' widget, or press and hold the 'Home' button, then select 'Task Manager'.
ii) If the app is running it will be immediately selectable, otherwise select it from the 'Package' menu.
iii) Tap the 'Move to SD card'.
iv) Repeat the above and select 'Move to device' to move the app back to internal memory.
Graham Jolley part of our Finance and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update July 16, 2011. Google play rating is 76.0. Current verison is 1.5. Actual size 109.0 KB.
It works Simple compound interest calculator. It would be nice if it grouped the digits (ie $x,xxx,xxx.xx instead of $xxxxxxx.xx).
Requires Adobe Air. I instantly uninstalled it as soon as it gave me a popup telling me to install Adobe Air. If I wanted spyware/bloatware on my device I'd just get an iPhone.