Live Reviews:
⭐️1.9 / 5
📼3 scs
📦w/o updates
Updates frequency
🗣❌ unsupported
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All Versions of LabCal


May 17, 2022

Minor Bug Fixes


November 14, 2020

Minor change in text size


May 13, 2020

Dark Mode


July 9, 2018

Updated for newer OS.


November 7, 2017



September 28, 2017

Compatibility Update


October 16, 2013

- Added localizations: FR, DE - Icon fix


September 23, 2013

OS adaptation


November 9, 2012

- Support for iP5 - Support for iOS versions >=4.3


September 25, 2010

[Fixed] Compatibility issues with iOS versions prior to 4.0

Price History of LabCal

Description of LabCal

The Laboratory Calculator is an utility to calculate the molarity, to convert gram and mole and to compute dilutions of stock solutions. Features: - Slider-controlled SI-prefixes - Automatic adjustment of values to SI-prefixes - Switch the molecular weight between Dalton and kilo-Daltons

LabCal: FAQ

Can LabCal be used on iPad devices?

No, LabCal can’t be used on iPad devices yet.
Harald Tammen released the LabCal app.
Your iOS device should have iOS 15.0 or later installed to run the app.
1.9 out of 5 is the subpar rating that LabCal has received from users.
The Labcal App Relates To The Reference Genre.
The current version of LabCal is 5.0.
July 23, 2024 is the date of the latest LabCal update.
LabCal was introduced to the market on February 6, 2023.
Contains nothing objectionable, appropriate for all ages.
LabCal can be used in English.
Unfortunately, LabCal is not on Apple Arcade.
No, LabCal does not allow for in-app purchases.
Sorry, LabCal is not specifically engineered for compatibility with Apple Vision Pro.

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Reviews of LabCal

  • Doesnt work

    Waste of time! Doesn't work
  • Works perfectly on iPhone 5s

    Awesome, easy to use app. By far better than the other five lab calculator iPhone apps I tried.
  • Hasn't worked in a long time

    Can we get a fix for this? Hasn't worked in forever. Just loads to a black screen.