See the capabilities of the most advanced financial calculator from Texas Instruments — the BA II Plus™ Professional calculator. This calculator is a great choice for business professionals and college students, in both corporate and university settings. FULL RANGE OF FINANCE AND SCIENCE FUNCTIONS • Performs Time-Value-of-Money (TVM) calculations including annuities, loans, mortgages, leases and savings • Generates amortization schedules • Calculates IRR, MIRR, NPV and NFV for cash-flow analysis, storing up to 32 uneven cash flows with up to four-digit frequencies and edit inputs to analyze the impact of changes in variables • Choose from six methods for calculating depreciation, book value and remaining depreciable amount • One- and two- variable statistics, including list-based and editable, and four regression options: linear, logarithmic, exponential and power • Breakeven, profit and percent difference calculations • Date function to determine days between dates • Evaluates bond prices and yields “to maturity” or “to call” • Scientific capabilities include trigonometric and logarithmic functions • Memory stores 10 values and Constant Memory retains them • Choice of chain and Algebraic Operating System methods • Key click sounds enabled optionally via Settings • Switches to second functions quickly with the one-touch 2nd function key • TVM P/Y=1 default matches current BA II Plus™ and BA II Plus™ Professional calculators FOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CURRICULUM: • Accounting • Economics • Finance • Marketing • Mathematics • Real Estate • Science • Statistics
Why did you update the look? It no longer has the classic calculator appearance.
The new interface makes it nothing like a ba2plus
As a financial professional, this app had the same look and feel of the actual BAII calculator, which was very useful on a day to day basis. I updated today, and I get this garbage layout with tiny buttons that you can’t hit, and the entire screen is MUCH smaller than the other. I paid for this app 8 years ago, paid $14.00 the full version, and have used it on a daily basis. This is an absolute slap in the face to everyone who paid for this app. TI needs to fire the person who greenlit this. Go spend your money elsewhere.
I wish I would not have updated. The old interface was easier to read since it matched to my physical calculator.
The update is not good. The keys are microscopic. It doesn’t look or feel correct. Why pay for a BA II Plus app if it’s just another lame calculator app? We originally paid for a BA II plus EMULATOR. And it WAS but now it isn’t. Guys.... lame.
I don’t like the new UI. TI should provide a setting to revert back to the original UI that looked like the physical BA II+ calculator.
I much prefer the old design
I loved this app for years because it is like having my normal BA2 plus in my pocket at all times. Out of nowhere they change the look and add useless black bars to the sides. I started using the free Apple calculator. Don’t buy it until they change it back.
Am updating my original review. I HATE the new format. Before it had the same look and feel as my computer. Now it doesn’t look anything like any calculator. Ugh 😠😠😠 Original Review (previous 5 stars): I just downloaded to iPhone 6S and had none of the resolution issues previously mentioned. This app works just as well as the original calculator. I believe the reviewers claiming a glitch skipped a set-and-forget step they did 20 years ago when following the book's instructions - be sure to set p/y =12. After that, everything functions just fine. Love this! One less device to carry around.
I don’t understand why the new design of the calculator doesn’t use 100% of the screen’s real estate? The new design has a WORTHLESS black band on either side of the calculator, forcing the buttons to be unnecessarily small. Next “improvement” should be to remove these black bands so that 100% of the iPhone’s screen real estate is used. It seems so logical, a company like Texas Instruments should be able to figure it out.