There are plenty of standard calculator apps out there but some people need much more than a simple tool and that's exactly who this next app is for. The Good Grapher Pro app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone acts as a scientific graphing calculator that is filled with all kinds of powerful tools and features to make your calculations a breeze. This is a wonderful app for students and professionals who are looking for a reliable and easy-to-use calculator that is powerful enough to perform even the most advanced calculations.
If you've been on the hunt for that perfect scientific calculator that goes above and beyond then you can consider the search over thanks to the Good Grapher Pro app. This app is so powerful and versatile that is can act as the perfect solution for students and professionals. The app performs a number of different functions. It acts as a scientific calculator, it can solve a variety of math problems, it is a 2D graphing calculator, and a 3D graphing calculator. With that said it can replace a number of different apps with an all-in-one solution.
The app requires iOS 7.0 or later to use and has just gone through a number of updates. There were some minor bug fixes made, changes were made to the user interface, and the app now supports iOS 8 users. It currently has 4.5 out of five stars from users who are turning to it for all their mathematical needs. Customers have commented on how smoothly it works and how versatile it is.
The app is able to perform all kinds of calculations
What to Expect
While the Good Grapher Pro app is able to help you with all kinds of advanced calculations it also acts as a basic scientific calculator. It supports complex and real numbers, constants, degree angle mode, radian mode, you can email and copy calculations, and there is a history tape. The 2D and 3D graphing calculator functions is where this app is really able to shine however. It's here you'll be able to take advantage of such features as dragging to rotate, pinching to zoom, configurable graph bounds, and the ability to use in points/lines/or surface drawing mode. The app has far too many functions and tools to cover them all, it’s the kind of tool you seem to keep discovering more and more layers as you use it.