NCalc Scientific Calculator +

NCalc Scientific Calculator + for PC and Mac

Published by Tran Duy on 2023-03-08

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 11.2
  • Category: Education
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.8.1
  • File size: 90.66 MB

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NCalc Scientific Calculator + Overview

What is NCalc Scientific Calculator +? The NCalc FX calculator app offers a range of features including natural display, symbolic and numeric calculation modes, equation solving, calculus calculation, complex number calculation, base N calculation, statistical and regression calculation, table generation, matrix and vector calculation, and various output types and angle units. The app also includes a collection of math and physics formulas, a unit converter with currency conversion and 1000+ unit conversions, and graphing capabilities with multiple workspaces, tracing, roots, intersections, extrema, and integral. Users can customize the app with themes, fonts, and sound and vibration settings. The premium version offers additional features such as an extended keyboard with hundred math functions, programming, and unlimited calculator history.


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NCalc Scientific Calculator + Features and Description

Key Features:

- Natural display for entering equations

- Keyboard layout identical to popular calculators

- Two modes for calculating: symbolic and numeric

- Arbitrary precision integers

- Equation solver for general, cubic, quadratic, and quartic equations

- Calculus calculator for derivative, integration, and limit calculations

- Complex number and base N calculations

- Statistical and regression calculations with regression plotter

- Table generator for creating tables based on expressions

- Matrix and vector calculations

- Multiple output types and angle units

- Decimal formatter for displaying numbers in various forms

- Calculation history

- Large collection of Math and Physics formulas

- Unit converter with currency and 1000+ unit conversions

- Graphing capabilities with simultaneous graphing, tracing, roots, intersections, extrema, and integral calculations

- Customizable themes, fonts, vibrate, and sound

- Premium version available with additional features such as an extended keyboard, programming, and unlimited calculator history.


  • (1) It handles symbolic manipulations very well
  • (2) Reliable outputs and stable performance
  • (3) Lots of useful mathematical functions
  • (4) Layout and buttons work exactly like a regular calculator, and some people may not like that, but I like the simplicity

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


NCalc Scientific Calculator + - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Cody2185

    Polynomial Descending Order?

    Is there an option to make the outputs order of a polynomial be in descending order from left to right? For example, If my input is: 1 / (x+2)^3 The current output is: 1 / (8 + 12x + 6x^2 + x^3) I would like the output to be: 1 / (x^3 + 6x^2 + 12x + 8) Edit: Thanks for your feedback for my original post. Here is some more feedback that would be amazing in future updates! 1) Double tap a previous entry/answer to paste it into the current entry line. 2) Work on the CAS simplifying method: For example: If I take the derivative of a function, it isn't always simplified down entirely. Input: [2*sqrt(2)*(X^3)] / (X^4) Current Output: [2*sqrt(2)*(X^3)] / (X^4) Preferred Output: 2*sqrt(2)*X 3)When something is raised to a power, creating a toggle to leave the powers as fractions, and not simplifying it with a nth root. For example: Input: [X^(5/2)] * [X^(2)] Current Output: sqrt(X^9) Preferred Output: X^(9/2) Alternative output: Auto pulling out whole powers: X^4*sqrt(X) This calculator is legendary BTW.

  • By Tanjid Ahmed

    This is just an awesome calculator.

    I’ve tried couple of calculators but none of them were as good as NCalc Fx. Microsoft’s own calculator is just fine for day to day calculations but the main limitation is not having scientific functions (even some basic functions like square, square root are missing). So, I had to look for other calculators. I have been using this calculator for a couple of months and I’m really enjoying this calculator. $2.99 lifetime purchase is just awesome. Don’t get me wrong. The free version was as good as the paid version. I just don’t want watching ads that’s why I purchased the lifetime subscription. Really worth the money. ALL IN ONE PACKAGE.

  • By Caleb Nathaniel

    It does every calculation I could possibly ask of it.

    If you are looking for a piece of software that looks like your TI-84 Plus or Casio fx-9750GII/GIII or HP Prime is taped to your screen minus the graphing functions, then this is gonna get you there. There are other alternatives available, like those that truly mimic the TI-84 Plus CE. But, this is probably one of your best options as it doesn't take up the whole screen and has several types of calculator options. That's something your calculator can't do. Switching it's keyboard layout. But, that would require an edge to edge glass touchscreen. Please Microsoft, don't do it. They're expensive enough already.

  • By Eriptron

    Font text for text associated with the 8 green buttons

    Geeze Microsoft. Now instead of losing the reviews, you’re losing their formatting! Update: I feel foolish I didn’t see the font size setting in Settings. My bad. Being lazy. Display font is plenty big now. 🤓👍 Somewhere along the lines I lost track of things and your reply, though a little tardy, brought Ncalc back to mind. It’s like discovering Ncalc again for the first time but THIS TIME I appreciate what I see better this time. So much so I ust bought the lifetime option (Thank you for not ONLY having subscriptions. Unless it’s a bookclub or tabloid, I don’t (and won’t) do subscriptions for 98% of the apps!) Excellent work! 5-Stars! ————- Algebra, Numbers, Boolean, etc., their associated text is uncomfortably small to read much of it. Still playing around with the test of the features. It is very configurable.

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