I’ve got a retina-ready version of CCalc for the Mac, although I actually only think it’s retina-ready, because I don’t actually have one of the retina Macbook Pro’s to test with.  I’m looking for a volunteer with a retina Macbook who can confirm proper retina behavior.  Get in contact with me if you’re able to help!

Recent update to Console Calculator for Windows is now available.

  • Fixed case-sensitivity bug with custom functions.
  • Fixed minor bug with deleting functions with _ underscore in the name.
  • (2012-04-17)

It’s live in the Mac App Store!  Check it out:  Console Calculator for OS X

Console Calculator is a powerful calculator with a simple console interface. In addition to being a high-precision calculator (300+ bits of precision), it also supports base conversion, units conversion, and much more. The interface is convenient and easy to use. Create your own variables and functions, recall previous entries, and quickly hide it with a keystroke. Many other conveniences are included that make Console Calculator a multi-function tool that engineers or software developers will appreciate.

 

Rolling in a few more updates from the OS X version into the Windows version.
  • Tab-completion of functions.
  • Function calls are now case-insensitive.
  • When displaying binary numbers, a space between 4 character groups.
  • Added teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, and gallons to unit converter.
  • (2011-08-23)

Trying to decide which icon to go with for OS X.  Originally, I was planning on a “retro” pixelated icon, from the Windows release.  However, a user submitted a “shiny” update to the icon.  I think both icons look pretty cool.  Which should I use?

Retro

Shiny

If you haven’t downloaded the mac version yet, check it out.