bluescreenoftom (bluescreenoftom) wrote,

Finally, a TI-83 Emulator for Android

After discovering a week or two ago that my ability to do math without a TI-8x product is greatly reduced thanks to being a child of the 90s, I dug through some piles of crap in the basement and located my 83 and 89. This is fine and dandy, but they're a little too bulky to carry around all the time, so I soon went out searching for an Android solution. My search was quickly rewarded when I came across Andie Graph, which, given a ROM you can rip from your calculator using the data cable, will return you to the antiquated interface you grew up with. As an added bonus, the original CPU speed doesn't seem to be part of the experience, so you won't have to sit there and watch the screen churn for nearly as long as you attempt to graph some needlessly complex equation.

If you happened to be one of those rich kids, or alternatively someone who advanced beyond Calc 1 and needed something that would actually continue to help you do your homework (I guess I fit into this category), worry not, there's a TI-89 emulator too. Try not to go too crazy with the integrals now.
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