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Google Calculator updates to v7.2 adding calculation history and UI change

24 January 2017 5

Modern smartphones today that we own have taken over all the major electronics that we previously used for different purposes. Likewise, the world used standalone calculators though after getting calculator apps in the smartphones, calculators are almost gone out of the scene, apart from the educational institutions.

Calculator app that comes with Google Android previously didn’t display the history of the calculations previously done, and this is finally changing now for the good as the new update to the app has brought in the history feature that other custom ROMs like Samsung’s TouchWiz used to bring along.

Previously the app got updated bringing number grouping and more, showcasing how the tech giant continuously brings updates to the much-loved application.


Getting to know the calculation history is a crucial part fo the calculations we do every day and the goodness has finally here. The new update that bumps up the version to v7.2 which was kind of long overdue and the fans were highly expecting it since long.

Even though there are no other major changes apart from this, there are minor UI improvements like the color of the calculation text that changed from gray to black. The application can be downloaded from the APK mirror too in case you can’t wait for it to become available in your Google Play. Do let us know how useful you think would the calculation history would be for you, in the comments section down below.


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Google Calculator updates to v7.2 adding calculation history and UI change
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AbdulMalik

I read about number grouping here. Does it group according to the Indian style? There's difference in grouping pattern in India and other countries and at times, it's hard to read the numbers.

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