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CalcTape for macOS and other operating systems is a calculation app with more than just simple calculator functions. Comments can be inserted in the invoice, the entire calculation process can be understood and individual points can be changed with automatic reworking of the subsequent invoices. This is ideal for bookkeeping and tax returns, for the digital household book, for travel expenses and expenses, for scientific calculations and much more. The CalcTape app offered by schoettler Software GmbH costs the same for the Mac App Store 5,99 euros. Further information and download sources for iOS, Android and Windows are available on the official website.
With the macOS operating system, the Apple Mac comes with the calculator app. This can be used in a simple view, in a scientific view and in a view intended for programmers. However, after a few steps, the invoice entered can only be understood in a roundabout way, for example by having a "receipt" issued. The macOS Calculator app is not suitable for extensive calculations with additional calculations and references to other formulas. Since it would be easier in Excel or Numbers to act.
If you want a calculator interface, want to save different calculations and understand them later, and want to add comments or at least headings, you should take a look at the CalcTape app. The app window is clearly divided, provides an overview of existing calculations, displays them in the main part of the window, offers a scientific calculator keyboard and a subtotal overview. For 5,99 euros, I think this is a good offer that is definitely worth it in the relevant areas. And that's why the CalcTape Mac app is mine Pick of the week in week 48 of 2021.
What do you think? Do you use other calculation apps or spreadsheets for extensive math tasks? Feel free to leave a comment on the topic :)
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