Sydney, Australia – Independent developer Gary Chiert has announced the release of TapBASIC 2.3 for iPhone and iPod touch. TapBASIC is a programmable calculator in BASIC. BASIC is a widely used, easy to learn and understand programming language. Now you can solve all of your maths problems or code for fun while commuting, waiting in line or in any other spare moment.
“I wanted a flexible, powerful calculator on my iPhone that I could program to do almost anything in a simple, easy to understand programming language,” says the app’s designer and author, Gary Chiert. “The feedback from our users is that TapBASIC has already been used to program a tip calculator, solve quadratic equations, calculate logarithms, statistics, classic Newton Raphson convergence and Faraday’s constant. It is limited only by your imagination.”
Here’s what our users say about TapBASIC:
“I graduated from the Palm and needed a programmable calculator. This is the best. I adapted a thirty line program to calculate lens powers.”
“I am a freshman and I have finals soon. This app is great to check my practice problems! Thanks so much!”
“Works for me, easy programming, I wrote a formula to calculate my insulin for a meal bolus.”
“I made all my accounting formulas execute with user data so I don’t have to work so hard. Love it!”
TapBASIC has Dropbox integration for effortlessly backing up your saved programs. It also has the following features:
* Easy BASIC programming language: FOR/NEXT, PRINT, INPUT, WHILE/WEND, IF/ENDIF, CALL, CLS, DIM, REM and more
* Variables and arrays
* Broad range of maths functions and access to date and time variables
* Formatting and input options: decimal, hex and exponent
* Debug and step through your programs
* Email your programs
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 0.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
TapBASIC Programmable Calculator 2.3 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, independent developer Gary Chiert is the designer and author of TapBASIC and KaratsandCoins. Copyright (C) 2012 Gary Chiert. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.