Best Android and iOS apps that teach you mathematics

Mathematics can be a notoriously struggling subject for some. But if one has a passion it can encourage some of you to become the best, the rest can use apps that we are about to recommend. Here are some great applications for Android and iOS that are designed to explain and walk you through different methods of understanding Maths. These applications will cover from basics of addition and subtraction to hectic topics like calculus, trigonometry and Pythagoras.

  • MalMath

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The application accepts input of mathematical problems from users and shows you the step by step instructions for solving them. It is available on all platforms and one can do math equations anywhere with a proper internet connection. The best feature about this application is that it also has powerful offline capabilities on smartphones. Meaning one can learn without worrying about the internet connection. The application is completely free of cost and will come in handy when solving difficult mathematics problems.

Download: iOS, Android

GeoGebra Classic

Developed by GeoGebra, it is specialised in tackling spreadsheets, digital algebra, geometry and probability. It puts the package in a neat and user-friendly interface so one can easily work on it. Plotting graphs is the main focus of this application. Students can easily make graphs and the application analyses the points on the Cartesian plane for you. One can pair it with the GeoGebra calculator for better results on their Android phone. For iOS, the application comes as a package avoiding the hassle of downloading two applications. The calculations and drawings can be saved offline and shared with friends as well.

Download: iOS, Android

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Photomath

Photomath is what its name suggests. It uses your smartphone’s camera to scan the math problem, analyses the information and gives a detailed step-by-step answer and explanation. It covers a range from basic math to calculus and trigonometry. The tool works flawlessly in offline mode. Though the functions for the free version is limited one can always have in-app purchases to get its full and optimum experience.

Download: iOS, Android

Brainly

Brainly is a social media approach to solving mathematics. The motto of this application is Students for Students. A person can post any question on their wall and the application works as a community of people who are students or teachers to help out the learner at their best. The approach of helping one in solving the question in a social media approach is appreciated by everyone. The application is completely free and has tech support for help 24/7, just in case.

Download: iOS, Android.

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Komodo Maths

]This application is designed by professional teachers keeping younger primary school children in mind. With game-based rewards mechanisms in place, learning math is made fun. The children feel attached to the friendly user interface and easy explanation methods. Komodo also focuses on foundational understanding, making sure children master the basics before they move on to more complex mathematical problems.

Download: iOS, Android

These applications will surely come in handy for learning maths and making those tough problems seem a little easy. The web pages of all the applications are available as well so one can open browsers in their system and never feel left behind in learning whenever time allows. The key to being good at mathematics is practice.

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