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.
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.
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.
FIND A REVIEW
All Product TypesAccessoriesCarsDigital CamcordersDigital CameraseReadersGPSLaptopsMP3 & Video PlayersProjectorsSmartphonesSoftwareStorageTablets / MIDsVoIPWi-Fi
All SubcategoriesAll-PurposeBudgetBusinessDesktop ReplacementGamingMultimediaNetbookNettopRuggedStudentTablet PCsUltraportable
AcerAlienwareAppleArchosASUSAveratecBenQCTL Corp.DellDigital StormeMachinesEmtecEverexFujitsuGammaTechGatewayGeneral DynamicsGetacGigabyteHerculesHPHTCiBuyPowerIntelLenovoMSINokiaNvidiaOCZOLPCOQOOriginPanasonicSagerSamsungSonySylvaniaSystemaxTabletKioskToshibaVerizonViewsonicVilivVooDooWorkhorse PCZT Systems
Any Rating4.5 Stars4.0 Stars3.5 Stars3.0 Stars
1024x5761024x6001024x7681200X8001280 x 7201280x10241280x7681280x8001366x6781366x7681440x10501440x9001600x7681600x9001680x10501680x9451920x10801920x1200800x400800x480