Google has silently released a new app called 'Ivy' for iOS devices. The app describes itself as an experimental big number calculator.
Google says the app "uses exact rational arithmetic so it can handle arbitrary precision. Values may be input as integers, rationals, or floating point values."
According to the app's release notes, the minimalistic UI of the app offers users an arbitrary floating point formatting, trigonometric functions, big number logarithm, and exact ration arithmetic.
Google has not yet made any official announcement for the new app. Google lists "The Go Authors" as a seller on the app, in reference to The Go Project, an open source programming language. It seems that the Ivy app was developed as a companion tool for the project.
The app is free to download on Apple app store for iphone and iPad.