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Description

NumWorks designed an intuitive and evolutive graphing calculator to make learning math easier.

You'd like to discover the NumWorks calculator? You don't have your NumWorks calculator handy? Download the free NumWorks app to use your calculator directly on your iPhone or iPad!


FREQUENT UPDATES
We frequently release software updates to improve our calculator, adding new features and enhancing the interface to provide an ever more powerful calculator.

A TAILOR-MADE CALCULATOR
We closely work with a growing community of educators and developers to build together the perfect calculator for STEM education.

CODE IN PYTHON
We are proud to have pioneered the first graphing calculator programmable in Python. To guide you in the discovery of Python, we provide you with many examples adapted to your needs: https://workshop.numworks.com/python.

DISCOVER ALL THE FEATURES
Solve equations and linear systems
Graph functions
Compute statistics on your data
Use several distributions to calculate probabilities

Visit www.numworks.com for more information!

What’s New

Version 16.4.0

- The Toolbox menu has been reorganized and the browsing history is now indicated in a banner at the top of the Toolbox.
- The Navigate menu now allows the graph to be displayed in full screen.
- Improvement of the solution search algorithm in the Equations and Functions applications.
- Exact resolution of cubic equations in the Equations app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

JackHinkle ,

Review: NumWorks Graphing Calculator App

This app literally emulates the real-life NumWorks calculator. I already think that calculator is a 9/10.

However, I’d really like to see this app implement haptic feedback. I’m a novice developer, and I don’t think it would take too much time or effort to attempt an implementation of haptic feedback.

When we tap a button on the emulated calculator, it should make our phone click (like a button). I also believe this would improve the experience and efficiency of using the app.

I have some examples of apps that do this well, specifically being Kalkyl by nordic io and Lights Off by Steven Troughton-Smith. Both of these apps include real-life-inspired buttons, and include a realistic-feeling haptic feedback system.

Other than that, there’s not much else to say about this app. It’s just the NumWorks calculator, which is already a 9/10.

iMaxi77 ,

Can’t ask more for free!

Yes, this is a great one and is free. And the idea is to give you the look and feel of their $100 worth physical calculators, so it doesn’t utilize space very efficiently, or for that matter, is not ‘touch screen’ - you touch the buttons on the interface. But yes, I would like to request the developer to change the form factor suitable for phone and tablet screens if possible. I would love to buy one, just that I don’t have a use case to buy the $100 worth device. So I am quite happy with what they offered me on ipad.

Marc Y. Liu ,

holy cow

This is wonderful. Would be even better if the keys have a pressed/highlighted state upon pressing/highlighting.

Update: found out they have a physical product. Had to buy that because I just can’t stand the keys on the phone version. The web simulator works better.

App Privacy

The developer, NumWorks, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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