Smartboard Calculator updated, free version now fully functional

Smartboard Calculator isn't your run of the mill Windows Phone calculator app. Inspired by the old school blackboard where you calculator acts like a blackboard where you can scroll around by touch to review all your calculations.

Smartboard Calculator was recently updated to address a few usability and performance issues and tweak the free version. The free version is now a fully-functional, ad-supported version.

This brings Skydrive backup support, Excel export, calculator templates and favorites to the free version. The ad-free version of Smartboard Calculator is currently running $4.99.

You can find Smartboard Calculator Free here (opens in new tab) and Smartboard Calculator here (opens in new tab) at the Windows Phone Store.

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

  • This seems to be very neat. Starting back up in school next semester so I will look into this
  • Seems like a lot for a calculator with a chalk board feel, just sayin.
  • Well then lucky for you, they also offer a free version!
  • Please tell me where I can find a calculator like this for less than $5 dollars.  Walmart?  I looked couldn't find one!  I tried Target?  No luck!  I even looked at Best Buy?  I cant seem to find one.  Your help is greatly appreciated.  Thx!  
  • Great app...greetings from Lithuania to whole wpcentral team :)
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  • It probably would have been enough to have a graphing calculator feel, where you just scroll up to old calculations.  Then again, the chalk board method provides a visual grouping potential.  And export to Excel (with Excel right in the phone) is something no calculator can do.
  • I have found his to be very helpful over the past months. Having common expressions I've entered handy at all times, along with the ability to reference them easily in other equations, makes this worth downloading.