Graph 89 Free

Graph 89 Free


Graph 89 - Emulator for the TI-89 graphing calculator.
The ROM image is not included. You need to extract this from you own calculator. Make sure you have the ROM ready before downloading this emulator.

Recent changes:
v1.1.3c
Sync with the paid version.
Open the source code to: https://bitbucket.org/dhashoandroid/graph89-free
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About Graph 89 Free
Graph 89 - Emulator for the TI-89 graphing calculator.
The ROM image is not included. You need to extract this from you own calculator. Make sure you have the ROM ready before downloading this emulator.

Recent changes:
v1.1.3c
Sync with the paid version.
Open the source code to: https://bitbucket.org/dhashoandroid/graph89-free
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A Google User
Tuesday 8:21 AM
GooooooooD
A Google User
6 days ago
Great. Really. I love my TI89. I've still got my school TI89. It's resting in a drawer. Without brain, though, so to speak, as it's lending its ROM to my S5. As a student I thought the TI89 is a device to carry with me always, because you never know what situations you might get yourself into some sunny day... possibly an instable tesseract that affords complex calculations to escape before it collapses ;) Now, with this app I've finally got it in my pocket really ALWAYS, wherever I go. That's great. Really. :)
A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
Finally Awesome There were emulator for the other TI calculators, but the TI 89 is the best one ever.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Awesome. Ti 89 on my phone. It's amazing.
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Works Perfectly, and Open Source To Boot! The TI-89 interface is nothing like the interface on the TI-83 and 84, and a poor reason to rate the app with one star. The CAS and 3D graphing capability alone make the calculator more advanced than the 83 and 84. Whether the 89 is better than the 83 or 84 is a matter of debate. As to the app itself, its best feature is the ability to install apps to the "flash memory" of the calculator, allowing the emulator to use the apps that come standard on the TI-89 Titanium, including the stats and list editor. A minor complaint, and one that does not merit a reduction in rating, is that the TI-89 Titanium keypad is too bright, thanks to TI using a "Titanium" finish. I've fixed this in my copy of the app, built from source.