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What is ConcreteCalc Pro? Description of ConcreteCalc Pro

Advanced Concrete Construction-Math Calculator from Calculated Industries

The official ConcreteCalc Pro from Calculated Industries is now available for iPhone and iPad users. And while perhaps obvious, if you change from an iOS device to a non-iOS device, you WILL need to buy a new license as they are incompatible.

It helps concrete, masonry and paving professionals reduce material waste, improve design accuracy, prevent re-work and cut estimating time. Increase efficiency in the field or in the office with fast, accurate solutions for square-ups, loads, area, volume, rebar, drops and stairs. Even finds the number of bags required for small jobs.

Built with the same features and functions and the same core engine that powers the industry-standard handheld ConcreteCalc Pro from Calculated Industries.

Need to quickly and accurately solve a concrete problem for a job? Do it on your iPhone or iPad anytime, anywhere instantly.

Ideal for Concrete, Masonry and Paving Professionals

• Work directly in and convert between all building dimensional formats: yards, feet-inch-fractions, inch fraction, decimal feet (10ths, 100ths), decimal inches and metric (m, cm, mm)
• Easily calculate areas, volumes and weight per volume, truck loads
• Rebar quantity solutions
• Instant square-up and drop for perfect layouts


• Created by Calculated Industries, the originator of the award-winning Construction Master® calculators
• Built-in help – just press and hold the desired key for full, clear definitions, explanations and examples of keystrokes

Dimensional Math and Conversions
• Yards
• Feet-Inch-Fractions
• Metric (m, cm, mm)
• Decimal Feet (10ths, 100ths), Decimal Inches
• D.M.S. to Decimal Degree Conversions.

Built-in Area and Volume Solutions
• Length, Width, Height (Depth) keys
• Square and Cubic formats
• Column/Cone Area and Volume
• Instant Weight per Volume
• Pounds, Tons, Kilograms or Metric Tons.
• Blocks
• Footings

Dedicated Functions and Keys Help You Solve
• Instant Square-up and Drop
• Complete Stair calculations:
• Risers
• Treads
• Stringers
• Incline Angle
• Rebar:
• Total Linear Feet
• Calculate Weight for Rebar Sizes
• Store Rebar Sizes
• Inset
• On-center Spacing
• Number of Loads: calculate the number of truck Loads based on Load size.
• Calculate number of bags for small jobs.
• Equal Sided Polygons
• Board Feet of lumber for forms

Special Functions
• Entry Editing Backspace Key – with a swipe of a finger
• Cost per Unit: Solve unit cost and pricing
• Paperless Tape
• 4 Memories
• User-Definable Preferences

ConcreteCalc Pro App User Reviews

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ConcreteCalc Pro Pros

Great app!Love it!! Works great.WstntimeVersion: 1.1.1

Owner NH ConstructionI was so happy to find this app for my iPhone. I have been using this concrete calculator (the actual calculator) for over 15 years. I have never had any problems with any kind of calculation problems. Best concrete calculator I've ever known of/best app for my business!!.JeffnositallVersion: 1.1.2

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ConcreteCalc Pro Cons

No goodNo sirve necesitan arreglarlo se frisa ..BLR13"Version: 1.3.1

Be careful, wrong amounts.If you are a professional be careful, it will not give you the proper amount of concrete bags. I don't think that this thing realizes that there is .0222 yards in 1 80 lb. bag. Example: 5x5 at 4" deep is 13.9 bags, this calculator insists that it is 12.5 bags. I am glad I am not using this in the field. I would be really screwed and you don't want to be short. All of the Construction Master series has the same problem. I have them all and they are all wrong..Shane20715Version: 1.1.1

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Is ConcreteCalc Pro legit?

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Is ConcreteCalc Pro safe?

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Should I download ConcreteCalc Pro?

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Product details of ConcreteCalc Pro

App Name:
ConcreteCalc Pro
Calculated Industries
Legitimacy Score:
Safety Score:
Content Rating:
12+ May contain content unsuitable for children under the age of 12!
Utilities, Productivity
App Size:
22.91 MB
Bundle Id:
Relase Date:
19 June 2010, Saturday
Last Update:
20 April 2019, Saturday - 08:46
IOS 9.0 or later

ConcreteCalc Pro 10.4.0 Update Note
✱ Version History

New menu and navigation, What's New, and small bug fixes..

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