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Apps with 'Variables' feature

  1. SpeedCrunch is a free, fast, high precision open source algebraic calculator with an intuitive interface and many features, such as variables, syntax highlighting, functions, persistent input history & more.

  2. A powerful REST API Client with cookie management, environment variables, code generation, and authentication for Mac, Window, and Linux.

  3. Qalculate! is a multi-purpose cross-platform desktop calculator. It is simple to use but provides power and versatility normally reserved for complicated math packages, as well as useful tools for everyday needs (such as currency conversion and percent calculation).

  4. SMath Studio - is a math program with 'paper'-like interface and numerous computing features. It has an ability to work with systems, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, infinities and fractions.

  5. This is a tool to manually explore and test HTTP REST webservices. Runs queries from a plain-text query sheet, displays results as a pretty-printed XML, JSON and even images.

  6. A REST client for almost any web service (Firefox and Chrome extension).

  7. EBTCalc is a Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) calculator that can have custom buttons. Custom buttons are programmed in Javascript with a convenient editor. EBTCalc runs on Windows 10, OSX, and Linux as well as Android. EBTCalc is open source.

  8. Chalk is a calculator that tries to do right what others do wrong. It wants to prove that a "basic" software calculator can be as handy as a real desktop calculator.

  9. A web based calculator with a clean interface that allows commenting, creating variables and more. The website also provides more tools like converter, VAT calculator, and more.

  10. Powerful IDE to work with API. Harness the power of scenarios, autocompletion and syntax highlight for API development. Write tests, share code without leaving the comfortable development environment.

  11. PlainCalc is a buttonless, algebraic-entry, mathematical calculator with variables.

  12. Standalone parallax scrolling for mobile and desktop with CSS variables.

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