Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator

Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator

Developed By Spencer Putt, Chris Shappell, and James Montelongo

For Windows and Mac OS X and Android

From the project site:

  • Wabbitemu – An accurate emulator/debugger for the TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83+(SE), TI-84+(SE), TI-84+CSE, TI-85, and TI-86
  • SPASM – The fastest Z80 assembler with extra features supporting TI calculator development
  • Wabbitcode – An integrated development environment with auto-complete, syntax-highlighting, and comprehensive source-level debugging

Available on the Google Play Store

Wabbitemu creates a Texas Instruments graphing calculator right on your Android device. Wabbitemu supports the TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, TI-85, and TI-86. Fast and convenient, Wabbitemu allows you to always have your trusty calculator with you. Because Wabbitemu is an emulator, the calculator it creates will act exactly like the real thing.
Wabbitemu, like all emulators, requires a ROM image. Wabbitemu includes an easy to use setup wizard that will help you create a ROM image for your TI.

If you need to make a ROM, you can download it from your calculator.  If you need help try clicking on appropriate link below:



“Download map area” in Google Maps for Android

map downloadYou can now download a map area in Google Maps to your Android phone.  This is great if you are in an area with spotty or non-existent coverage.

When you’re visiting an unfamiliar location, Google Maps for mobile is great for getting an idea of how close you are to your destination, where streets and landmarks are in relation to each other, or just for getting “un-lost.” But what if you don’t have a data signal, or you’re abroad and don’t have a data plan? We say that if you use Google Maps for mobile, you’ll never need to carry a paper map again. The “Download map area” lab in Google Maps 5.7 for Android is a step in making that statement true even when you’re offline.

Google’s blog also reminds of other lab features–the measure tool and the scale bar.

Official Google Blog: “Download map area” added to Labs in Google Maps for Android.

Andie Graph


Here’s a great TI emulator for your Android device.  You will have to download your own ROM, but it works great.

Andie GraphGet a TI-82, TI-83, TI-85, AND TI-86 emulator for your phone!ROM NOT INCLUDED. Due to a request from TI, this app will NOT WORK until you EXTRACT YOUR OWN ROM. See http://supware.net/roms for details. This is similar to other emulators on the market: GameBoid, SNESoid, GBAEmulator, NESoid, psx4droid, etc The TI-8X series of calculators work great as standalone calculators, showing 8 lines of history, using standard mathematical notation.

via Andie Graph | supware.net.

HP-48 Emulator for Android

For those of you who just loved your RPN HP48 graphing calculator and have an android phone, this app is for you.  Just looking at the screen brings back memories.  The developers have faithfully recreated the original calculator’s look and feel.  If you are a RPN fan, and you need a little more power than just a scientific calculator on your phone, then this is definitely worth a look.  From the developers:

HP 48 lives again on Android!

Emulator of the HP 48 scientific calculator, using RPN. Port of the X48 project (sources available on github). HP48’s “grayscale mode” cannot be emulated.

Visit www.hpcalc.org for a large program collection.

Cool tip: tap the HP’s LCD to show/hide a simpler numeric pad !

RPN calculator (The HP-48) Emulator for Android Screenshots (from the developer website):

Here’s the Android Market link:


RealCalc Scientific Calculator

RealCalc Scientific Calculator for Android is made by Quartic Software.  This is a great standard scientific calculator which only shows one entry at a time.  There is also a setting for RPN functionality.  This is a great substitute if you want to leave your scientific calculator behind and need to do some light calculations using your Android phone.  This app is not very processor intensive.  Two screenshots from the developer’s website are below:

For more details visit their web link: