Google introduced Quick Settings Tile API in Android 7.0 Nougat update along with plenty of fantastic features such as split-screen multitasking, data saver mode, twisted UI and more. The Quick Settings Tile API allows the developer to create custom tools, especially for the Quick Setting portion. Hence, some developer has gotten hand design Quick Setting Calculator App for productive use.

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With the help of this Quick Setting Calculator App, you can quickly use Calculator right from the quick setting menu on your Android device. So, it will be helpful for those users who always needed the Calculator any point of time on a given day. Well, if you are one who uses Calculator a lot, then let me walk you through this guide to add Calculator in the quick settings menu on Android Nougat device.

How to Add Calculator in Quick Settings Menu on Android Nougat

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How to Add Calculator App on Your Android Nougat’s Quick Settings Menu

Step #1. First off, Download and Install Quick Settings Calculator App on your Android device.

Step #2. You need not to even open the app once it is downloaded, just swipe down the twice from the top of your screen to expand the Quick Settings menu and tap on “Edit” at the bottom right corner.

Step #3. At the bottom right corner of your screen, you will find your QS Calculator app tile. Just long press the tile and drag it up into the dark gray area at the top of the list and drop it just there.

Note: If you have added this tile in the top five slots, then you can even access this app from the notifications tray only.

Using the QS Calc from the notification tray is even simple. Just follow the tips given below.

  • Tap on QS CALC tray which will bring up the keyboard.
  • Just type the math problem you want to solve. Use * (asterisk) for multiplication and / (slash) for the division along with + and – buttons. Just tap the forward arrow to get the results.
  • You can even copy the number to your clipboard.

This is it! Isn’t it so simple to get Calculator on your Notification Tray of your Android Nougat phone? Do let us know your experience with this app on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. You may also give your feedback in comments section given below.