## Soulver

The best way to do calculations and figure stuff out.

Soulver helps you do quick calculations and work things out. It's quicker to use than a spreadsheet, and smarter and clearer than a traditional calculator.

You type out your problems as you would on paper, and Soulver calculates your answer as you type. You can do calculations over multiple lines, and use words alongside your numbers so they make sense.

Soulver is great for adding things up, easily doing percentages, and converting things, like currencies.

Use Soulver to play around with numbers, do "back of the envelope" quick calculations, and solve day-to-day problems.

Key Features:

- See all your calculations all the time, and go back and change any of them.

- Use words amid your calculations so your numbers make sense

- Easily do percentages ("$100 - 10%", "30 as a % of 200")

- See a running total of all your lines

- Do easy conversions ("10 USD in Euros, "25 meters in feet")

- Do calculations with stocks ("100 AAPL")

- Connect your lines together using answer tokens.

- Create variables to hold frequently used numbers

- All the standard mathematical functions.

- Support for calculations in binary & hex.

- Save and export your work.

See Soulver in action at Soulver.com

Required OS: not specified

Tags:
**productivity**
, **numbers**
, **math**
, **shareware**
, **calculator**

## 13 Opinions

## by sysscore, 3 years and 334 days ago

A really nice idea and a really efficient calculator application. Perfect for work in many situations everyday. Great!

## by rebrimhall, 4 years and 290 days ago

One of the most used apps on my mac and the update makes it even better.

## by kopischke, 5 years and 220 days ago

Soulver is not the ideal equation editor for the mathematicaly inclined. Rather, it is a text based quick calculator for the rest of us. As it can save its calculations to file and handles text comments in its equations pretty gracefully, it also comes handy as a lightweight simple spreadsheet replacement.

NB: the app is called Soulver (not Solver) and the company Acqualia (not Acquaia).

## by brh, 5 years and 221 days ago

Didn't this used to be free? Agree with jarosia, though, PEMDAS does the job pretty damn well for $20 lessâ€¦

## by jarosia, 5 years and 222 days ago

Looks really cool, i love these style of calculators... but for $20 your probably better off trying out PEMDAS (free) http://www.donkeyengineering.com/pemdasapp/

## by estemuchacho2, 5 years and 312 days ago

Coolest, easiest-to-use calculator I've ever had/seen. Will replace spreadsheets for a lot of stuff I do. Will also definitely completely replace Calculator.app in my workflow.

## by jydesign, 7 years and 105 days ago (score: 2)

I use as default calculator as well. I find that it's a great alternative to Excel for calculating simple stuff. I frequently save files, which is handy.

## by groxx, 7 years and 334 days ago (score: 2)

I got this as part of a bundle, and didn't use it for almost a year, never really getting into it.

Then, I found myself needing a calculator with support for more complicated equations than the standard calc that comes with OSX. When dealing with a large amount of numbers, it's easy to follow along in Soulver, and extremely easy to test other solutions (Use variables in the equation, and go back and change their value at any time!).

Basically, it's a very good calculator, and it has support for large degrees of accuracy (to 100 digits). The interface is a bit different than other calculators, but in general noticeably superior. And not having buttons for numbers and whatnot is definitely a good thing, as you aren't forced to find the button you need, and has support for a fair number of trig, log, etc functions.

All in all a very good app... but honestly, I'm hoping either something better will come along, or the functionality of this will be increased dramatically.

## by halleck, 7 years and 361 days ago

Soulver is cool! It's my default calculator as well.

However, it's not as good as Google Calc at parsing english.

Always a good idea to sanity check the answers, but for "back of the envelope" calculations this can sure come in handy.

## by tommyw, 8 years and 116 days ago (score: 1)

It's great. My default calculator as well. You can set up standard sheets and save them. Excellent.

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