Nintendo Switch: a calculator available on the hybrid console!

Strange but true: a new “Calculator” app is available on Nintendo Switch, in this news we talk about the details and the cost

Lovers of numbers and calculations, you are warned: Nintendo Switch does not currently have Netflix, but as of today it has an app calculator. The first day of April has already passed for a while so you can rest assured: this is not a joke, what we are telling you is certain and documented truth. The aforementioned application, simply called Calculator, was launched on the eShop of Nintendo Switch just today, Wednesday 12 May, at the price of 9 euro. Let’s see all the details about it in the next lines of this article.

Here are the features of the Calculator app for Nintendo Switch

Calculator, the new application for Switch, is a third party app, not manufactured by Nintendo, and one of the rare non-gaming applications available in the eShop (sure, many find math fun, maybe even a game).

Nintendo Switch: a calculator available on the hybrid console!

“A scientific calculator with a clear, easy-to-read multi-line display that should provide valuable help with those math problems you are having trouble solving,” reads his description on the eShop. “Calculator has a modern, practical and attractive design, it will surely be popular with all students and engineers.”

The calculator’s color scheme will likely be familiar to anyone who has used Apple’s calculator app for iPhone. Apple includes this app for free, of course, but you’ll need to buy an iPhone to access it.

The Calculator app for Nintendo Switch has scientific functions: otherwise, cosine, bribes and (what else !?). And best of all, once you’ve made it yours, you can finally scream at the world for having a calculator on Switch! Great, isn’t it? In short: who wouldn’t want one !? As for Nintendo’s hybrid console, rumors about a model have been running for some time now “Pro”Equipped with DLSS, OLED screen and enhanced processor complete with exclusive recall games. For now, however, the video game giant has not yet expressed itself officially.

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