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.
- 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.
Documents & Syncing:
- Added iCloud document syncing. Note: The iOS versions of Soulver don't support iCloud syncing yet, but it's coming soon. In the meantime, it's still useful to be able to sync documents between Macs, and to have an integrated manager for your Soulver documents.
- Added 29 additional currencies (mainly from Africa, Central Asia & Latin America).
- Added complete Spanish, Portuguese, Russian & French localizations.
- Added Dutch localization of the interface.
- Added a preference choose the language Soulver uses for its content (units, word operators & percentages operators).
- Customise the comment, heading and label colours.
- Customise whether headings and labels are emboldened.
- Make comment lines beginning with "//"
- Select an area of text and press " to turn it into an inline comment
- The @ symbol at the start of a heading is now light grey.
- Added a menu item to comment out lines (⌘-/)
- The @ symbol only acts as a heading marker at the beginning of a line
- You can now select a line's text by clicking on its number in the line number view.
- Tokens aren't selected now after being dragged into the text from the answer column.
- Added a "New Document" item to the Dock menu.
- Spaces won't be inserted around a minus now, if it comes after a plain word (so you can use it as a dash).
- Fixed a bug where you could get unexpected results when pasting lines over existing lines.
- Fixed a bug where the line numbers could sometimes not line up correctly when opening the document.
- Fixed a couple of bugs related to variables.
- Fixed a bug where non-breaking spaces were not being treated as whitespace.
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later