The beauty and simplicity of Windows Phone 7 with the power of Android.
Inspired by the beauty and simplicity of the Metro User Interface/ Microsoft Windows Phone 7 (WP7), The Seven+ WP7 Calculator offers an easy to use, effective alternative to the default Android calculator application. This calculator includes all basic operations (multiplication, division, subtraction, and addition) as well as advanced operations (sine, cosine, tangent, logarithms, exponentials) and more.
In the portrait orientation basic operations are displayed; in the landscape orientation advanced operations are displayed. The memory function saves a number and the preferred trigonometric mode (degree, radian, or gradian) even after the device is rebooted. The overflow ellipsis menu “…” reveals more options including a settings menu, the ability to edit your theme (light or dark along with several accent colors), a donate button, and more.
The overflow menu also reveals a History option, whereby many of your last calculations are stored on external storage and available whenever you need them. This contains about 100 of your last calculations and you need only tap the row to place that number/ calculation back on the main display. This all happens seamlessly with smooth 3D transition that set The Seven+ Calculator apart from its competition.
Press the menu button to be given the option to choose the preferred accent color, which will display using the fly out animation.
What are people saying?
“Super Use this all the time. Great Calculator. Looks cool too.” – benjamin
“Good design!” – Kit
“Crazy Its awsome!!!!!!” – Canute
“Melhor free Simples e eficiente. Recomendo.” – Luiz Bento
“Work great Such a good apps, even better than the real WP calculator” – Varit
“Super ! Le style de cette calculette colle parfaitement a mon style Windows phone 7.5 a télécharger absolument !” – Florian
“This one is simple and beautiful. Forget those stupid ugly calculators.” – Tom
Why these permissions?
Wondering about all these permissions? Ask us on Twitter, @SevenPluAndroid. GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, Phone state, etc. are all for the custom status bar. Keyguard is for displaying above the lockscreen and keeping the screen on (if the option is enabled). INTERNET is for “Anonymous reporting” which can be disabled in settings (anonymous reports analytics to Flurry and crash reports to BugSense). NFC for Android Beam support. If you are still worried our source code is on GitHub, if we stole your data we wouldn’t tell you about it!