HP 12C Platinum Calculator

Download HP 12C Platinum Calculator for PC

By HP Inc.

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2009-08-29
  • Current Version: 2.2.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 22.55 MB
  • Developer: HP Inc.
Score: 2
From 130 Ratings

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HP 12C Platinum Calculator for PC Description

The Platinum version of the industry-standard HP 12c Financial Calculator adds the choice of time-saving RPN or traditional algebraic data entry as well as convenient editing features such as “backspace” and “undo” keys. Built with the same algorithms and calculation sequences you trust for real estate, banking, and finance functions every day. When you find yourself without your calculator, relax – just open it on your iPhone or iPod touch. FEATURES: -Developed by HP, the original inventor of the HP 12c Financial Calculator series -Identical layout, functions and answers millions rely on -Quickly calculate loan payments, TVM, NPV, IRR, cashflows, bonds and more -Horizontal mode shows full calculator and vertical mode provides a simplified basic RPN or algebraic calculator plus tip calculation feature -In horizontal mode, click on the HP logo to show the back of the original calculator with quick references to common calculations -Keep the power of your HP 12c Platinum handy on your iPhone or iPod Touch


  • HP 12CP

    By Haystack1
    On an iPhone X the numbers are not properly aligned in the display. Please fix. Still not fixed.
  • must have but fix vertical display

    By godoit
    it’s a must-have and works great with a beautiful interphase however they display on version 10S iPhone is off center with the members.
  • Great emulator with a little room for improvement

    By bagofjuice
    Overall this emulator is great. Only problem I have is that it wipes out your settings next time you open (i.e. variable inputs, programs, significant digit preference). Would still recommend if you are studying for CFA and don’t want to use battery on your physical calculator before the exam.
  • Double clicking issue

    By Cmattson
    What’s with the double clicking issue? Had a great 12c app that changed its skin from the familiar HP12c look and it threw me off. Decided to buck up for this app from HP figuring it would be better. Not the case! Also, anyone know how to delete one digit as noted in the description? That’s one thing I was excited to have that my actual 12c does not.
  • Why not lock it in landscape???

    By Purple tuna hibachi
    I had a knock off 12c that was perfect but recently disappeared from my phone. This knockoff would ALWAYS appear in landscape and you simply turn the phone. Now I have to unlock my screen orientation to use this app. Sucky!
  • Such a bad testing.

    By பொன்னையா
    Please install this app in iPhone X and see yourself. It is not formatting correctly in portrait mode. Waste of $$$$. Don't purchase this PRODUCT. Keep off of it.
  • little bit expensive

    By alan_black
    good app when you are used to RPN financial calculator but expensive for that. The key click doesn’t work on I7+. Key vibration is annoying They should add key haptic return option
  • Tip calculator feature on vertical mode

    By John Doe Sr
    Unable to figure it out. How the heck does it work?
  • Excellent

    Six years ago I wrote a review and gave it one star because of some math inconsistencies that were also at odds with the way the real 12CP worked (I still have two of them). I had honestly forgotten about this review. I revisited the app and now give it 5 stars. It seems to now work like the hardware version in everything I checked. This is as good as it gets.
  • Don’t waste your money

    By formerHPfan
    I purchased the “platinum version” of hp12c when the regular version quit working on my iPhone. Platinum also doesn’t work. Called HP technical support and a “technician “ in Bangladesh answered who had no idea what I was talking about. I asked to speak to someone in the U.S., was put on hold for 30-seconds & then the same person picked up with the same greeting I received originally. Very frustrating interaction with a company that I once respected.