2.5 of 5 ( 6 votes )
- Switt Kongdachalert
- File Size
- 5.39 MB
- Release Date
- 2014-04-08 15:23:52
- Version Updated Date
- 2017-11-20 18:17:33
- Release Notes
- - Can now slide finger across to move beads; smoother operation.
- Can now adjust number of columns!
- Now supports both iPhone and iPad.
- Minimum iOS Version 6.0 - iPhone3GS - iPhone4 - iPodTouchFourthGen - iPad2Wifi - iPad23G - iPhone4S - iPadThirdGen - iPadThirdGen4G - iPhone5 - iPodTouchFifthGen - iPadFourthGen - iPadFourthGen4G - iPadMini - iPadMini4G - iPhone5c - iPhone5s - iPadAir - iPadAirCellular - iPadMiniRetina - iPadMiniRetinaCellular - iPhone6 - iPhone6Plus - iPadAir2 - iPadAir2Cellular - iPadMini3 - iPadMini3Cellular - iPodTouchSixthGen - iPhone6s - iPhone6sPlus - iPadMini4 - iPadMini4Cellular - iPadPro - iPadProCellular - iPadPro97 - iPadPro97Cellular - iPhoneSE - iPhone7 - iPhone7Plus - iPad611 - iPad612 - iPad71 - iPad72 - iPad73 - iPad74 - iPhone8 - iPhone8Plus - iPhoneX - iPad75 - iPad76 - iPhoneXS - iPhoneXSMax - iPhoneXR - iPad812 - iPad834 - iPad856 - iPad878 - iPadMini5 - iPadMini5Cellular - iPadAir3 - iPadAir3Cellular
A simple soroban abacus that also shows the number representing the value of each column.
An abacus is a tool that has been used since ancient times to calculate. Calculations with numbers in the millions have been performed using the abacus, showing that it is a powerful tool.
Mental math can be performed incredibly accurately by those who have mastered the abacus. And after witnessing some incredible mental math skills by a person who has used an abacus during his early years as a salesman, I decided to create a "beginner's abacus" based on the soroban abacus, which is a Japanese variant of the abacus.
I hope this app will be of use to many people who are starting some interest in the abacus.
[ Usage ] :
= swipe up/down on the beads to make them move.
= Shake the device to reset the beads.
= Numbers on the top show the "actual" numbers of each column