This article originally appeared in TidBITS on 2014-04-10 at 11:38 a.m.
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PCalc 4

by Josh Centers

TLA Systems has released PCalc 4 [1], rewritten from the ground up to resemble its iOS sibling. The latest version [2] of the powerful Mac calculator includes a number of new features, such as the capability to show multiple lines on the display; a “ticker tape” option to show a history of recent calculations; editable user functions and conversions that sync to iOS and other Macs via iCloud; smart searching for conversions, constants, and functions; enhanced AppleScript support; and more. PCalc 4 requires OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and is a free update for both Mac App Store users and those who purchased PCalc 3 from Kagi after 1 April 2013. It’s now being sold exclusively through the Mac App Store. ($9.99 new on the Mac App Store [3], free update)

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[1]: http://www.pcalc.com/english/about.html
[2]: http://www.pcalc.com/english/whatsnew.html
[3]: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pcalc/id403504866?mt=12&at=10l5PW
[4]: http://tidbits.com/resources/2014-04/PCalc4.png