Redesigned user interface supports dark mode and includes a sidebar for managing sheets within the app.
Support for calendar calculations.
Proportion/'rule of three' functions (10 is to 20 as 50 is to what/15 is to 30 as what is to 80)
Functions with multiple parameters: 'midpoint between', 'greater/lesser of', 'remainder of'
Unix time calculations
More intuitive syntax for some percentage operators ('50 is 25% of what')
More large SI prefixes & support for small SI prefixes in answer formatting
'Half of' function
Create folders for managing sheets.
Trash for recovering recently deleted files.
Drag sheets out of the sidebar to export a .slvr file
Spotlight search integration
Sort sheets by date edited, date created or title
Import Soulver 2 or Soulver 3 files by dropping them on the dock icon.
Designate a line a subtotal, which will add up all lines above it (up to the next subtotal or heading)
Variables can now include multiple words
Auto-complete support for variables (hit the escape key)
Shift-hover over a variable to see its actual value on that line
Variables can now be redeclared with new values.
Scrubbable numbers (shift hover over a number to show the scrubber)
Auto-thousands separator insertion (1000 becomes 1,000)
QuickOperators (1p1 becomes 1 + 1, etc)
Keystrokes to insert labels & variable declarations
Touch Bar support with quick access to operators, sheet defined variables, and line references.
A preferences to start sheets with a heading or a comment
User definable custom units
More scientific units
Better answer formatting of time & imperial lengths
Support for 16 popular cryptocurrencies
Better handling of unit calculations in many cases than in Soulver 2.
All real-world currencies now enabled by default (no need to add them manually)
Rearrange & delete lines & via the answer column
Bump lines up/down using keystrokes
Reference insertion mode (hit ⌘L, then type the number of the line you want to insert a reference to)
Automator Action for evaluating text using Soulver
Calculate anywhere services
Automatically convert documents created in foreign locales into your preferred locale
Soulver now uses a JSON based file format (.slvr) rather than XML based (.soulver)
Import Soulver 2 files, and have them migrated to the latest syntax
Use # for headings
Implicit unit detection in some case (i.e 2 ducks + 2 ducks = 4 ducks)
References can optionally refer to a line's rounded value
Redesigned styling preference pane with a live preview
Heading styling (custom font size, and # colour)
A redesigned reference that mimics the Soulver UI
A new app icon by Marc Edwards