Windows 10’s calculator app gets ported to Android, iOS and the Web

A couple of months back, Microsoft open-sourced the Windows 10 Calculator app on GitHub in an attempt to allow developers to contribute to the app.

Now Uno Platform has taken advantage of the availability of the source code to port calculator to Android, iOS and the Web. For those who don’t know, Uno is an open source cross-platform that allows UWP apps to run on non-Windows platforms. In a blog post, Uno described the working of the calculator app and also shared the behind the scenes of the app.

The Uno Platform being developed in C#, to be able to support the Calculator on iOS, Android and WebAssembly, some parts of the code needed to be translated to C#. Others needed to be adjusted to be compliant with clang’s C++ 11 support.

– Uno

The app is currently in the early stages but you can head to the Google Play Store to download the app. You can also access the calculator from your web browser from here. If you’re on iOS then you need to install Test Flight and then install the app. You can do all that from the iTunes Store here.

Uno Calculator
Uno Calculator
Developer: nventive
Price: Free

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