• Added Snapchat login
• Math solver updates
• new procedures for quadratic equations, absolute value equations, complex numbers, etc.
• solving more exponential equations, integrals and limits, etc.
• Improved solution steps and step explanations
• Various crash fixes
• Minor interface updates, fixes and performance improvements
• Camera improvements
MOD Lite Info:
- Languages: English, Russian, Ukrainian.
- Does not require GP services. / Analytics disabled.
- No sound when scanning.
Photomath is the #1 app for math learning; it can read and solve problems ranging from arithmetic to calculus instantly by using the camera on your mobile device. With Photomath, learn how to approach math problems through animated steps and detailed instructions or check your homework for any printed or handwritten problem.
Math Superpowers for Every Student – Whether you are struggling to wrap your head around this week’s math homework, simply want to improve your understanding, or are looking to ace an upcoming test, start your journey with Photomath, the pocket tutor that’s trusted and used by millions every day.
Photomath for Parents – Be the expert your child can depend on
Photomath can help review math concepts and fend off math anxiety that can take a big bite out of students’ performance. Use Photomath to help your kids learn and get better grades.
Photomath for Teachers – Amplify your math teaching
Photomath has improved student performance in a wide range of classrooms and schools worldwide. Implement Photomath to elevate your teaching and accelerate student learning inside the classroom and at home.
• Instant help
• Smart camera calculator
• Handwriting recognition
• Step-by-step explanation
• Animated instructions
• Multiple explanation methods
• Beautiful graphs
Photomath supports arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimal numbers, roots, algebraic expressions, linear equations/inequalities, quadratic equations/inequalities, absolute equations/inequalities, systems of equations, logarithms, trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic functions, derivatives and integrals, graphs and many more.
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