Soulver 3 is a smart notepad with a built-in calculator. It gives instant answers to any calculations it finds in your text. It’s a better way to work stuff out than with a traditional calculator, and a more lightweight tool for quick calculations than a spreadsheet.
- Instant calculations, no equals required
- Use words alongside numbers, so calculations make sense
- Quick totals of all your lines, and subtotals
- Calendar calculations (June 9 + 3 weeks, 3:35 pm + 6 hours 27 minutes)
- Easy percentages (“$300 – 10%”, “30 as a % of 200”)
- Unit conversions (“10 kg in pounds, “25 meters in feet”)
- 168 live real-world and cryptocurrency rates.
- Line references to build little calculating documents
- Variables & variable autocompleting
- Global variables & custom units
- Dark mode
- Sidebar for organising your sheets and the ability to make folders
- Headings (#), comments (//) & labels (:)
- Customize your syntax coloring & font
- Automatic number formatting, with spaces around operators and thousand separators
- Number scrubbing (hold shift and hover over a number)
- Deep macOS system integration: Touch Bar support, Quicklook, Calculate anywhere services
- Automation tools: a command-line interface, Alfred workflow, Automator action
Create and edit Soulver files (.slvr) in place.
- The integrated sheets manager is a convenient default for most users, but it is also helpful to be able to save and edit Soulver files in the traditional way in Finder too. Go to File > New > External Document to make a new external soulver document.
Default formatting options.
- You can now set your preferred default formatting options for answers. Go to Edit > Tweak Engine… > Answers. This is helpful if you want to always turn notation off by default or set a different default precision. You can always override the defaults for a line by setting any formatting option manually, either through the Line > Formatting Options menu, or in the line's contextual menu.
- This update brings a new formatting option:Fractionize where possible. The default is off, but when you turn this on for a line (or in the default formatting options), then Soulver will convert your answer into a fraction when it makes sense to do so. For example,1.75 will be formatted as 1 3/4.
macOS 10.14.4 or later, 64-bit processor