Educational Android Apps to Students with Math Homework
Below is a collection of some of the best math solver apps to help students with their homework. Students can use them to solve a wide variety of math problems through a step-by-step detailed process that includes tutorials, video explanations, graphs, and many more. Students can simply type in their math problem or point the camera of their Android device towards it and they will get instant help. We invite you to check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to the list.
1- Socratic – Math Answers and Homework Help‘You’re about to download the fastest homework helper & math solver around (aka, your new best friend). Take a PHOTO of your hw question or math equation and get INSTANT explanations, graphs, videos, and step-by-step help. And yup – it’s 100% free, NO in-app purchases.’
2- Mathway- Math Problem Solver‘From basic algebra to complex calculus, Mathway instantly solves your most difficult math problems – simply type your problem in (or point your camera and snap a pic!) to receive instant free answers. Need detailed step-by-step solutions? Mathway is like a private tutor in the palm of your hand, providing instant homework help anywhere, anytime.’3- Photomath – Camera Calculator‘Simply point your camera toward a math problem and Photomath will magically show the result with a detailed step-by-step instructions.’4- yHomework – Math Solver‘yHomework is an easy to use Math solver, just enter your question or equation, and the app will immediately give you the answer together with the full step-by-step solution!’5- Cymath – Math Problem Solver‘Cymath math problem solver app uses the same math engine while letting you solve problems on the go! Just enter a problem from your math homework, and let Cymath solve it for you step-by-step! We provide algebra as well as calculus help.’6- Khan Academy‘Learn using videos, interactive exercises, and in-depth articles in math (arithmetic, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus, linear algebra), science (biology, chemistry, physics), economics, and even the humanities with playlists on art history, civics, finance, and more.’First appeared here