New update for a new chip. Enjoy!
Fully optimized for Macs with Apple M1 chip
Fixed cosmetic issues in macOS Big Sur
Fixed a bug related to the # operator
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Fix & Polish
Improved clarity of some UI elements in macOS Big Sur
Further improvement for macOS Big Sur compatibility
Fixed an issue with inserting current time due to daylight saving
Fixed the single quote shortcut for dates
Big Sur Ready
Improved compatibility with macOS Big Sur
You can view numbers as time in the List drawer
You can paste text with time such as
Fixed an issue with complex polar format
Minor bug fixes
A Bit Wiser
Improved compatibility with macOS Catalina
Various bug fixes
Quadratic, Cubic, Quartic
Cubic and quartic equations
Easy function for polynomial equations
Tip: Reusing result from polynomial equations
For the love of combinatorics, the factorial buttonis now multifunctional.
Fixes for date calculation
Improved compatibility with macOS Mojave
Let’s Make a Date
3 things you can do with dates.
Day of the week
Date after some days
Days between 2 dates
Some math involves gigantic numbers — numbers so large that they can easily overflow calculators and spreadsheets.
Previously Magic Number could stumble. Now it just marches on.
Smarter modulo for modular exponentiation
Smarter permutation and combination
Happy Chinese New Year!
Or Happy Valentine’s Day.
Whatever the case, it’s time for more love.
万事如意 = 😀，千事如意 = 🙁
To Russia with love
Equation of a line
Refinement and fixes
In the spirit of macOS High Sierra, we spent some time to improve Magic Number’s foundation.
The journey actually began in the last update when we introduced an additional form for logarithm, log(a , b). While not groundbreaking, it is the groundwork for functions with multiple inputs or arguments.
This means functions in Magic Number can be as sophisticated as those in spreadsheets and programming languages. And yet they are simpler to use.
Before we begin…
You can use comma or semicolon for function arguments. For examples:
|Comma||log (3 , 9)|
|Semicolon||log (3 ; 9)|
Mixed base calculation
Magic Number supports the latest 3 major releases of macOS —
High Sierra (10.13), Sierra (10.12), El Capitan (10.11)
A Touch of Magic
Happy New Year!
If you have a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, this is a lovely gift for you.
If you don’t, think of this as your extra Christmas present.
A feature for billionaires — Making sense of big numbers
Copying for purists
A more versatile log
% as modulo
Extra Functions — UI refinements
Touch Bar support — This is a big one
Love For Film-makers
And love for the time-obsessed.
Timecode and frame rates
Finer time conversions
Refinements and fixes
Sticky But Smooth
Refinements and fixes
R is for…
Complex Made Simple
Simple notation for complex numbers — A little story
2D for everyone
Easier complex functions
Modulo & quotient
Optimization & bug fixes
Improved compatibility with OS X El Capitan.
Engineering-wise, Magic Number is more streamlined and optimized.
More functions for history. (Less taxing for tax.)
A sweeter list
We obsess every detail — from design to workflow.
And you get a better app in every possible way.