iCalculator Has Gone Responsive


Given the public trend to access the web from mobile devices such as phones, tablets and pads along with the more conventional desktop computers, it seemed needful to enhance iCalculator by making it “responsive” to mobile devices.

So after many long months, I have successfully applied this fluid-grid approach to my popular online real estate calculator (click left image to enlarge).

As a result, customers will now enjoy an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors). Yes, iCalculator will now automatically fit small, medium, and large screens without you having to adjust anything on the screen.

The calculations all perform as required in all devices and across all browser platforms (i.e., Firefox, Safari, Chrome, IE), however, the program does not format correctly on older versions of IE. So if you prefer IE, it’s recommended that you use IE 9+ to enjoy all the enhancements.

Of course, this is a work-in-progress, so it would be very much appreciated to get your feedback. I want to know what you think, any unfriendly issues you might encounter, and your suggestions how I might improve this innovative calculator solution.

If you are a current user of iCalculator you need do nothing. The newly modified calculator will be there the next time you access it.

Try It

I’ve provided a sample for you to preview. Open it with various devices to see how it responds; or open it on your PC or MAC desktop computer and shrink the window from large to small.

Please understand, however, that all of the functions have purposely been turned off so nothing will work in this sample EXCEPT FOR the Mortgage PI computation. Naturally everything will work in the actual solution.

Please click here to give it a try open the responsive sample…

So You Know

In case you’re wondering, iCalculator is a suite of 55 calculators arranged under the following categories: Mortgage, Time Value, Cash Flows, Tax Shelter, and Investment. Each calculator includes an easy-to-complete form, explanation, definition, example, and with many calculations, the formula.

Click here to preview all the benefits online real estate calculator


James Kobzeff

James Kobzeff has over thirty years experience as a realtor and investment real estate specialist. He is the developer of ProAPOD real estate investment software and freely shares his real estate investing articles.