448 ratings (4.464 average)
What's new in this version (1.98):
Minor: Help info prints now from experimental interpreter.
Major: Got Octave built for Android. To use Octave interpreter instead of existing one, go to preferences/settings and enable it. It is not the default as there are some obvious issues to work through (plotting, help, etc), but this is a huge step forward and I perceive no major technical hurdles in solving them at this point.
Much more than a scientific calculator.
A Computing Environment useful for solving many complex problems.
A Matlab / Octave clone for Android.
Java based and open source.
Free and Ad free.
Has most needed math capabilities.
A lot of function included already.
Can parse and run .m files. (try "edit /sdcard/test.m")
Working on bugs and compatibility.
Basic plotting working (you need the app called AddiPlot).
Custom keyboard for entering commands faster.
Now have Octave built for Android, moving this soon to a separate app called "octave" (clever...I know). You can go checkout the first version soon. Addi will be going back to being solely java based and small and not very feature rich, while octave will be the real deal, but much larger.
Matlab is a registered trademark or Math Works.
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Good idea, but. . . Bad interface, no functions help, deat lock in complex calcs, no preferece menu, for example: font size, mantisa, colors, history
Promissing, but the interface makes it almost unusable.
This is excellent so far. Would it have been easier to do a server version like matlab did for iphone? A keyboard would also be an excellent additon.
Amazing program that shows a lot of promise of becoming the Malta of the Android.
I applaud this effort. Very early yet but shows great promise. Would love to see a built-in editor to compose/run .m files. Kudos for a good start!
cool IDEA but the functions u want matlab for don't exist
Says open source, but the source is not there.
Hope you'LL GO on working on it, and share the source files :-]
what is this?
Nice but not practical for mobile phones. You must find another way to enter input.