Google’s Ivy app for iOS: Big number calculator
Google has released a new app for iOS called Ivy and the app is reported to describe as an experimental big number calculator. According to the statement released by the company, minimalistic UI offers users arbitrary floating point formatting, big number logarithm, trigonometric functions, and exact ration arithmetic.
Google says the app “uses exact rational arithmetic so it can handle arbitrary precision. Values may be input as integers, rationals, or floating point values.” The free app is available on the App Store now for iPhone and iPad.
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