ByteCalc is a simple calculator that performs typical operations used in programming. It supports binary, octal, decimal and hexidecimal input/output as well a configurable bit-length operations from 4-bit to 32-bit. ByteCalc supports 12 basic operations grouped by type:Bitwise - Shift-Left, Shift-Right, Compliment, Byte-SwapLogical - AND, OR, XOR, ModuloMathematical - Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract

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NerdCalc is a binary, hexadecimal and decimal calculator that displays all three number bases at the same time. With NerdCalc, you can quickly switch which base you are inputting and the result of your calculations is always updated for all three bases, no matter what the current input mode. Enjoy

  • rating 4.66667
  • size 2.3 MB

CA1C: Programmer's Calculator

This calculator is designed for systems programmers and computer scientists. It supports 8, 16, 32, and 64-bit signed and unsigned numbers, and it allows users to cast numbers between any of these modes. This calculator is particularly useful for C programming and computer science education.

  • size 2.3 MB

CP HexCalc

CP HexCalc is a FREE calculator with Hex, Decimal, Octal and Binary modes. Large buttons ensure that you dont press the wrong key and a large display means that you dont have to take out your reading glasses. Copy/paste has been implemented using gestures (swipe and double tap).See the screenshots below for further details.

  • size 2.0 MB


devCalc is an optimum blend of an engineering, a scientific and a programmers calculator. Special features: Easy number base conversion from Binary, Octal, Decimal and Hexadecimal (bin, oct, dec, hex) Real Engineering mode allows you to display big and small numbers in human readable format Extensive functions for Scientists and Software Developers - Rotate device to landscape mode Swipe LCD display sideways to change color themedevCalc is designed from top to bottom developers and engineers in mind. One of the great examples is to calculate Ohms law in electronics: You are looking for a resistor value for 5V and 3mA, so you type: 5 / 3m and you will see 1.67k on the screen (1.67 kilo-Ohm).

  • rating 4.4
  • size 1.6 MB