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Briefly: PCalc 3.2 for iOS, Sonos' Google Play Music offer

updated 01:59 am EDT, Wed May 28, 2014

TLA Systems updates iOS calculator application to Mac version

Calculator app PCalc has been updated for iOS, with TLA Systems' immediate release of v3.2.0. Now sharing identical code with the latest PCalc 4 for OS X, the latest edition includes the ability search functions, conversions and constants, including search by unit abbreviation. Enhanced user functions and conversions with RPN support and bitwise operators are featured, along with separate user functions and constants for the non-decimal modes. New additions, such as a night mode, "Last" key and option to display ticker tape and more are included, and fixes for problems pasting, entering and drawing particular value have been rectified. PCalc for iOS is priced at $10, and can be downloaded through iTunes.



Sonos now offering six months of Google Play Music free with player purchase

Sonos has announced, in partnership with Google, that it will be offering six months free access to Google Play Music with purchase of any Sonos player. Consumers taking advantage of the promotion can stream an unlimited amount of music content through the Google Play Music service, and utilize it with one of Sonos' Wi-Fi-enabled speakers. Available at Sonos.com and participating retailers, the Google Play Music promotion runs until July 5.





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