"A bug number calculator-Ivy, now available on iOS"
Google, on Friday, released an experimental big number calculator app for iPhone and iPad. It is named as Ivy and is available absolutely free. It is experimental on the basis, that for the first time any calculator has the ability to calculate such large figures.
As indicated by Google, Ivy takes advantage of what is referred to as exact rational arithmetic, fundamentally an exactness of a math strategy which lets the application handle self-assertive accuracy without lifting a finger. The application incorporates elements like the previously stated definite discerning rational arithmetic, notwithstanding arbitrary moving point formatting, enormous number logarithm and trigonometric capacities.
Google has yet to make an official announcement for the new app that went live on the App Store earlier today. Unlike most of its other iOS apps, Google lists “The Go Authors” as a seller on the app. The Go Authors could be a reference to The Go Project, an open source programming language developed by Google and other contributors. According to various speculations, it’s certainly plausible that Ivy was developed as a companion tool for the project. The 4.4-megabyte download requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 8.0 or later and is optimized for the iPhone 5/5s/5c, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus screen sizes.
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As mentioned above the app is totally free and is easily available on the above mentioned versions of Apple products. Although it is not an easy, day to day, app but there is no harm in trying though.