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Evernote Pick: Scalar

Evernote Pick: Scalar

Posted by Mie Yaginuma on 15 Feb 2013

Posted by Mie Yaginuma on 15 Feb 2013

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This week’s Evernote Pick is Scalar. Use Scalar to make calculations on your iPad or iPhone. The app is powerful like a spreadsheet, but simple to use without rigid tables or small cells for inputting. Scalar is made for touch screens and lets you easily add notes to your calculations. When you’re done, save your work to Evernote. It’s great for keeping track of expenses, dividing costs when dining as a group, or for making quick, on-the-go calculations.

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Have you tried Scalar? Let us know what you think in the comments.


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  • Colin Henderson

    I tried it and it works great as a calculator but there is no way to save to Evernote unless its really well hidden. I could copy and paste, but thats not as you indicate here in this post. Fail.

  • Bloughmee

    well i popped the 5 bucks on a whim and an impulse buy just b/c you guys say it’s good. Not a great way to buy software but i love the shopping buzz. IN this economy I can’t afford $500 impulse buys so the AppStore will have to do

  • Bloughmee

    Got it, working with it. The power of Scalar is not immediately apparent, so do visit the developer site and also read the help file in the app. You do have to learn (and remember) some gestures and etc. to get the most out of the app. I love anything that sends to Evernote so that’s also a big plus.

  • Colin Henderson

    I commented yesterday that this app has no EN capability; where is my comment?

  • MieYaginuma

    Hi Colin, with yesterday’s holiday, sorry for the delay in replying. To bring up the option to save to Evernote, double tap on the yellow paper to close the keyboard. Export options will then appear.