Alternatives to web2.0calc for all platforms with any license

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  • MathStudio icon

    MathStudio

    MathStudio, formerly SpaceTime, is the most comprehensive math app available for mobile devices. Whether you need a simple calculator to do your finances or a...

    Commercial Mac Web Android iPhone Android Tablet ... iPad Apple Watch Kindle Fire

  • meta-calculator

    Our free calculator graphs up to 7 implicit equations, finds intersections and lets you save picture of graph to your computer! Also: pan and zoom, table of values...

    Free Web

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    Virtual TI

    Virtual TI, or "VTI," is a feature-rich graphing calculator emulator for Microsoft Windows, written in C++ by Rusty Wagner. It features a graphical debugger, a...

    Free Windows Windows Mobile

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    WabbitEmu

    Wabbitemu, the best Z80 TI emulator available. For regular users all that is required is the exe file (either 32 or 64 bits depending on your OS).

    Open Source Mac Windows Android

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    TilEm

    TilEm is a TI Calculator Emulator that uses Gtk. It supports: All Z80 TI calculators (73, 82, 83, 83+, 83+ SE, 84+, 84+ SE, 85, and 86) except the TI-81, and all...

    Open Source Linux

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    AlmostTI

    AlmostTI turns your Android device into a Texas Instruments graphing calculator. It fully emulates TI-84+, TI-84+ Silver Edition, TI-83+, TI-83+ Silver Edition, TI-73...

    Free Personal Android PlayBook

web2.0calc Comments

A good online service but cookies are spyware, block their cookies

Comment by bawldiggle
about web2.0calc May 2017

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A very good calculator for basic maths, can accept 20 digit primaries without truncation
- where as Win-7 default Calculator (ie calc.exe) truncates integers longer than 16 digits

Just remember to block all their cookies

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