Good calculator on the Linux Phone? And general lack of mobile responsive apps
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There is an HP calculator emulator called Free42. I don't know how to use RPN calculators, but it fits on the screen when displayed vertically. Another interesting option is TiLem which is a TI calculator emulator. I have not yet tested TiLem because it requires non-free firmware.
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RE: Good calculator on the Linux Phone? And general lack of mobile responsive apps - by awaittrot - 06-05-2021, 01:41 PM

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