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Graphic Calculator Emulator
Most of all graphing calculators applications this days still have -8bit like- low-res monochrome screens. Since tablets and smart phones are basically general purpose computing devices, why shouldn’t we have a nice graphing calculator on board too?
XDA member ZeroManArmy shows Graph 89; an emulator for Texas Instrument ROM images. You need to have the software off a TI-89 for it to work, but once you have copied the image to your phone or tablet, you essentially have the real deal on your precious Android.
You will find much of your favorite mathematical functions such as: Graphing, derivatives, stats, amongst others. The app still in public alpha and looks a bit strange on small screens, so it´s better you use app on tablets for now.
Your feed back is much appreciated during alpha testing, thanks for reading.
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