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Tip Big

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.71/5 (24 votes)


Tip Big is the simplest tip calculator on the Android Market. This application calculates the tip amount given the total cost. Unlike other tip calculators, the only user control is amount. The application will calculate the tip amounts for various percentages.

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