Does your Mac have app collections? Mine is loaded with photo enhancement apps, video editing tools, even more editors and word processors than I need or use. I also have a dozen calculators of every size, shape, and feature set.
Here’s on you probably don’t have on your Mac and why you need it.
CalcMadeEasy is one of those calculator apps that gives you functions you won’t get in Apple’s calculator and most others, regardless of price.
It has standard scientific RPN functions, notes, and unit conversions. That’s more features than most calculators.
Where CalcMadeEasy shines is in financial planning.
This is an incredibly versatile tool for managing financial information and making decisions. For example, if you’re planning to buy a new home or a car, the amortization schedule gives you precise payment and interest rate options.
Check on loan costs, and what happens with extra payments or balloon notes.
It helps determine loan vs. lease, tracks interest throughout a loan’s life. It even has a Bond calculator, determines Net Present Value, Future Value, and Rate of Return.
The multipurpose calculator is probably as good as you’ve ever used, and you’re not likely to mistake which button to click, either. The calculators are huge.
There are plenty more options where those came from, but you get the idea. You’ve probably never paid less for a calculator that did so much, and makes it so easy to make good money decisions.
The calculator styles are a bit gaudy. The notes option is remarkably handy, but the unit conversions are sparse.
CalcMadeEasy is nicely done, though, and very inexpensive.