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  • Category: Productivity
  • Published by: Sebastiano Trombetta ?
  • Size: 79 KB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Support
  • Notes:
    Calculator 2013 Lite now becomes Expression Lite, the lightweight version of Expression product.

Expression Lite

Expression Lite for Microsoft Windows 8 is a powerful and easy-to-use calculator designed for the Windows Store. It combines standard and scientific calculator in lesser than 100 KB making it an ideal app for professional or academic use even in mobility.

Features:

  • Basic algebraic calculation in portrait view and snapped view
  • Advanced mathematical calculation in landscape view
  • Trigonometric functions in degrees or radians
  • Memory buttons
  • Partial calculation
  • Touch and keyboard input
  • Copy and paste

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11 comments



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14 April 2015

too big. Can't see what I am ting to calculate.....Can't use/find the settings


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26 September 2013

Great easy to use metro calculator


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29 June 2013

I only get a dark gray scree when I try to open application magalicobian@aol.com


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28 April 2013

how will I see my docs and calculate them


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23 March 2013

I like the large buttons (I have large hands) and I love the look of the layout, it is a very professional looking app and there are no adds. Perfect fit for my tablet; everything you need is there and spaced just right. A+ for me.


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21 March 2013

this app is very nice, however it crashes sometimes. And like someone earlier mentioned, it doesn't allow "-", "+", and other operations from the keyboard. Would be great if this is considered in the next update :)


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9 March 2013

I downloaded this but you cannot use it in snapped mode, only full screen.


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10 January 2013

Still doesn't make basic operations with numpad with keyboard, +, -, *, /. hope you can made that functionality soon. Good Job!.


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28 December 2012

well that's what i want for a calculator anyways


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9 December 2012

Couldn't get it to accept keyboard input from the regular keyboard or the numpad. What's the point then?

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