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Need a Great Calculator for Your iPad? EZeeCalc XL, Rated 9 out of 10

Need a Great Calculator for Your iPad? EZeeCalc XL, Rated 9 out of 10

Boston, Massachusetts – Independent developer James Hollender received rave reviews from The iPhone App Review for his app EZeeCalc XL 1.0.4, an app for the iPad, which he calls, “a simple, yet powerful calculator for the rest of us.” The calculator was designed to help us perform mathematical computations. Whether we do not know how to complete certain exercises, or we are just too lazy to work the problem out in our heads or on paper, the calculator is a handy tool that usually comes standard on basically every handheld device and cell phone, not just the iPhone or iPod touch. However, with the budding technology we have become so accustomed to today, there will always be attempts at modifying our current gadgets to modernize and optimize their functions.
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Free iPad + iPhone Versions of EZeeCalc: Rated 9/10 by iPhone App Review

Free iPad + iPhone Versions of EZeeCalc: Rated 9/10 by iPhone App Review

Revere, Massachusetts – Independent developer James Hollender recently received rave reviews from The iPhone App Review for his app EZeeCalc app, which he calls, “a simple, yet powerful calculator for the rest of us.” There are FREE versions available for both the iPad (EZeeCalc XL Lite) and iPhone/iPod touch (EZeeCalc Lite) which include many of the major features of the paid versions.
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New, Highly Innovative Calculator, EZeeCalc, Now In iTunes App Store

New, Highly Innovative Calculator, EZeeCalc, Now In iTunes App Store

Boston, MA – For James Hollender’s EZeeCalc app, the subtitle reads, “A Simple, Yet Powerful, Calculator for the Rest of Us!” So, what could possibly be that different about this calculator? For starters, this one helps correct your mistakes. Sure, some calculators have provided an Undo key … but how many have provided a Redo key as well? Some also provide a “paper tape” to see what you’ve done. This one actually lets you re-capture values from any previous calculation. And that’s just the beginning.
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