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Briefly: PayPal Here POS app, PCalc 4.0 updates

updated 08:26 pm EDT, Tue April 8, 2014

PayPal Here for iOS receives update

PayPal announced today that its point-of-sale app, PayPal Here, has been updated. The app allows users to facilitate payment transactions on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch with its accompanying card reader, accepting debit and credit cards. The latest version of PayPal Here now includes a dynamic search tool, a streamlined custom inventory entry system, as well as the ability to swipe cards at any moment during the order process. Enhanced cart views and simplified order entry fields for quicker sales processing are also included. PayPal Here for iPhone and iPod touch, with a separate version for iPad, is free to download, and require iOS 6 in conjunction with a free PayPal card reader.



PCalc 4.0 scientific calculator released for Mac

Scientific calculator app PCalc has received an update, released today. Its source code is entirely rewritten from PCalc 3, taking the latest code from its iOS version and porting it back to the Mac version, and writing a brand new modern 64-bit Cocoa app in the process. PCalc 4 features the ability to show multiple lines on the display, including the RPN stack. An optional "Ticker Tape" shows a history of recent calculations underneath the main display, and tape and register windows have been redesigned, and can be torn off from the main calculator and resized. All keyboard layouts from the iPhone and iPad versions are available in PCalc 4, as well as iOS themes, including "Samurai" and "Samurai Night" iOS 7 themes. A free upgrade for existing Mac App Store users, the new version can be purchased by new users for $10. PCalc 4 requires OS X 10.8 or later.





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