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A calculator that you can talk to and learn from.

Struggling to understand complicated physics concepts can be daunting. Physics+ is not your typical physics calculator. With a choice of 15 different groups of equations, it figures out what variables you’d like to solve for and shows its work step-by-step. It's as if someone were writing out the solution for you. Physics+ is also voice-enabled, meaning you can speak your values right to the device instead of typing them. It's one of the few of its kind.

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Physics+ is singularly simple. No annoying pop-up ads, no cluttered interface, just what you need, precisely when you need it. It features beautiful yet non-obtrusive animations.


Why go through all the trouble of getting this app if it would take a long time to do little tasks? Physics+ has features that reduce usage time. One click will quickly change a value from negative to positive, or clear everything you’ve entered. Variables are saved even when you calculate new ones, meaning you don't have to go back and enter them again.


It shows all its work.

Using Physics+ is like having your very own teacher guide you through the problem. It doesn't just give you the answer, but dynamically shows its work step-by-step. No more mulling over how it generated the answer you see. If you want to go directly to the solution, however, it's clearly visible at the bottom of the calculations.


Typing up your values can take a long time. With voice integration, just press a button and start talking. Physics+ can recognize negatives, decimals, and even exponents for certain equation groups. And the best part is, it's all client-side, meaning it requires no internet connection whatsoever.


It knows exactly what physics students need.

Physics+ was designed by a high school physics student for other physics students. Units are clearly displayed for each variable, and the interface changes as you move from one set of equations to another. That means even more ease of access when you have to write something like an exponent. It's much easier to write 10e4 than 10 * 104.

Enhanced by unicode.

Utilizing the power of unicode, Physics+ displays subscript, superscript, and even Greek letters to greatly enhance the experience. Suddenly 4^5 becomes 45.