Calculator app that goes beyond the basics
Do you need to take on higher-level math? Regularly perform a continuous string of math? Tackle sophisticated tasks on a day-to-day basis? Numi has got you covered. Unlike any other regular calculator, Numi offers a completely different calculating experience. In fact, it makes the process of calculating elegant, simple and consistent - you type what you need in a string and it calculates. Use it if you have a complete set of calculations that you want to keep a record of or save. Give this elegant calculator app a try and you’ll thank yourself for the convenience.
Calculation one by one is so old school, you know that? Use the advanced calculator to simultaneously perform multiple calculations: multiply, divide, subtract, and etc. Noteworthy is to add that if you want to have your calculations automatically synchronized via iCloud.
Wondering which time is it in a particular place? Now, you can check this with one click! Effortlessly convert between world cities, countries and timezones. By the way, you can both find out time anywhere in the world and calculate the differences between time in multiple time zones.
Sometimes when you simultaneously have tons of units of measurement to do, it will be wonderful if you could use both sign and word operations, right? Numi makes a wonderful solution in that case or in any other situation when you have any other mathematical needs.
Everything is clear when it comes to adding or subtracting percent of value. But what if you need to calculate the value by percent subtraction? Use Numi! Effortlessly get the % subtraction of one value relative to another. Adding, subtracting and performing other actions with percentages made easy.
Feel the necessity to regularly perform quick calculations? Your Mac inbuilt calculator can’t do complex actions? Let Numi do that for you. It’s easier than you might even think. All you are required to do is to install Numi workflow, go to Numi preferences to enable Alfred integration and enter n in front of your expressions in Alfred.
This calculator also supports some basic CSS units, not to mention pixels (px), points (pt), and EM. By default, EM is 16px, but it can other values you assign. PPI (pixel per inch) is the value, which is used to perform conversion from screen units to other length units. By default, ppi is 96px, but it’s customizable.