HP Prime Lite

HP Prime Lite

By HP Inc.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-02-24
  • Current Version: 1.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 71.42 MB
  • Developer: HP Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 12 Ratings


HP Prime Lite is an introductory graphing calculator app that enables users to solve problems, learn, and explore on their mobile device. Designed with a similar layout to the College Board approved HP Prime Graphing Calculator, the app allows for flexible functionality. FEATURES: · Advanced graphing capabilities of implicit and explicit equations and inequalities, with the ability to trace or build tables of points of interest. · Perfect companion for secondary and collegiate mathematics courses · Just-in-time context-sensitive help built into the app · Solve single equations and systems of equations (linear and nonlinear) · Hundreds of mathematical functions and commands available for quick and easy problem solving · Pinch-to-zoom and multi-touch capabilities · Reduce keystrokes with optional Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) · Customizable for individual user preferences · Delivers a multidimensional Computer Algebra System (CAS) · Authentic app, developed and supported by HP



  • Nobody knows this exists.

    Fantastic app that most people don't know about, and never utilize. Fantastic tool if a bit awkward for small screens.
  • No support for iPhone X

    By martind81
    Great emulator! I'll put 5 stars when you'll add support for the iPhone X screen.
  • Please fix

    By Parish99
    It’s great that they have an app that matches my calculator, but please remove the side and top bars so it’s like the slim version on a pc. Total waste of valuable screen by displaying the physical calculator. Probably looks fine on a iPad but not on an iPhone.
  • Math

    By zbskd
    Finnaly because I always forget my calculator now theirs a app for my phone
  • Math

    By David loves math
    Love the new free app... biggest plus is giving out to class for math anywhere. Students may forget calculators, but never forget phones or tablets.