July 20, 2021
A new release of CalcKit is here!
Some changes have been made to improve performance when using the integrated keypad.
Previously, when typing into any of the calculators, the entire text was replaced each time a key was pressed.
Now, whenever possible, the app tries to use Android's
InputConnection, which simply appends the letter/number to the end of the field, thereby reducing the background load on the CPU.
In this update, the ability to
Duplicate (or Clone) the built-in calculators has been expanded and is now available for about 120 of the calculators and converters in CalcKit.
Using this feature you can "duplicate" most of the built-in calculators, customize them to your liking and then save them as custom tools, in your favorites or even on your home screen.
Now you can duplicate any of the geometry calculators, most of the unit converters and some of the tools in electronics. In the future, this option will be added to most of the other tools as well.
You now have the ability to
Share (or Copy) the results of your calculations in any of the tools in the ToolBox, including your own custom tools.
Simply tap the
Share button in the bottom-right corner of any calculator and the share-dialog will open where you can choose how you want to share or copy the result.
Some of the input fields in
Circular Segment and
Frustum of Cone have been rearranged to allow for more logical calculations.
Some missing formulas have been added to the
Right Triangle calculator, so now it offers more possible ways for solving it.
The design of the
Proportion calculator has changed so now it should be much easier to use.
Small improvements to the functionality of the