PhotoMath Review: An Amazing App for Mathematicians

@Omon Danny

This is amazing as the new technology developed App was unleashed with a vision to solve your Maths Problem by Just Scanning!
Unbelievable right? Well, technology had made it possible with a positive result.

Have you ever been stuck with a maths problem and wished you had an app that could solve it for you? Well, there is an app that can solve it for you and it is called PHOTOMATH.

 What is PhotoMath?

 According to my research, photomath reads and solves mathematical problems by using the camera of your mobile device in real-time. It makes math easy and simple by educating users on how to solve math problems. It also uses a step by step solving to help you learn how to solve captured problems and equations yourself through ‘human like’ solving steps.


Yes I know this will be a question from a genius like you, well the fact is that photomath does scanning completely automatically, with no need to press anything. Just make sure you are pointing the scanning rectangle directly at your math problem, and that the whole problem remains within the rectangle. If nothing happens, you may be holding the phone too close and the image is blurry, or the image is too dark.

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The answer is NO,you can also enter math problems using a simple and intuitive math keyboard. Results will instantly appear on-screen as you type, also Photomath can be known as a great calculator replacement on your device!


The good news is that the application is supported by android and iOS devices. However, to run Photomath app on your mobile device, some technical requirements are required.

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For iOS; 

Photomath works on mobile devices with iOS 7.0 or newer, on iPhone 4 or newer, iPad 2 or newer and on iPod touch 5th gen.

For Android;

 In order for Photomath to provide the best user experience, minimum technical requirements are Android version 4.1 or newer, and a good enough auto-focus camera.

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NOTE: currently Photomath doesn’t support graphs, but they promise that their developers are continuously working on adding more features in the app. Graphs may be available at some point in the future.


It is a free app that can be downloaded here for android devices from playstore…


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