10 Best Math Apps

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  1. Jessica Robinson Says:

    It is so wonderful that there are all types of helpful math apps out there for students of all ages. Many people have a distaste for math so maybe kids from this tech savvy generation will enjoy this new, fun way to learn. I also know that students can download a graphing calculator for free on their Smartphones as well, something I would’ve loved to be able to do when I had to buy a $100 calculator when I was in school.

  2. Charlie Numbrox Says:

    I think you forgot a great one there:
    I stumbled upon it looking for a way to help my three kids as a single father who can’t afford a private tutor:
    It’s called MATH 42 (https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/math-42/id664457128?mt=8) , and helps them (and me ;)) to understand and solve a math problem step-by-step, by giving suggestions on how to solve it and defining unknown notions.
    It also enables me to check up on them and their progress thanks to the integrated test mode.

    Hope i helped,


  3. Ryan Says:

    As a maths graduate I do love math apps (wolfram is a life saver!). Found a neat new idea for a game last week and it’s kept me busy all week. Check out Ruboku.


    useful tips

  5. Simon Hasleton Says:

    Will the mathlab graphing calculator run on my samsung tablet s3?

  6. Tina Says:

    Thank you for compiling this list. The stigma associated with math makes it hard to find fun, useful apps that can help with learning the concepts. I’d like to recommend a game called “El Mathador: Grab Math by the Horns”. I’m certain that it will entertain, engage and most of all educate its players.

  7. Reena Says:

    I have used many calculators but they all have bugs & the feel is not right. one day my friend should me a calculator named Calcoid Scientific Calculator i was shocked did not understand what did i just saw amazing job buy done. Believe me or not but the best calculator on Android is Calcoid Scientific Calculator.

  8. sourabh Says:

    if any wants to give his own formula than

  9. REmi Says:

    I also like SCaVis http://jwork.org/scavis/

    Students like it since it runs on Mac and Windows, and it is tottaly free. Also, a good chance to learn Python and Java, both are very popular languages

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