Instant equation solver PhotoMath finally makes its way to Android

Just a few months ago, instant equation solver PhotoMath hit the iOS and Windows Phone platforms, promising the ability to instantly solve math equations simply by using the phone's camera. Now Android users can experience the same functionality, in what the app's creator, MicroBlink, calls "the most powerful PhotoMath so far."

PhotoMath users can solve problems on almost any piece of paper or textbook simply by pointing and shooting, as well as see instant results displayed accurately on the screen, and even the steps to solving a problem.

When it originally launched on iOS and Windows Phone, the app supported arithmetic expressions, fractions and decimals, powers and roots, and simple linear equations. For the Android version, MicroBlink has added a number of new features.

We have been constantly adding new features in order to make PhotoMath even faster, more reliable and user friendly, but this time we really took it a huge step further. Now, PhotoMath can handle: quadratic equations, inequalities, simple equation systems, absolute value equations, absolute value inequalities, degrees to radians conversion and much more.

MicroBlink says PhotoMath has been downloaded over 11 million times on iOS and Windows Phone, and has been used to solve over 8 million equations in January alone.

PhotoMath requires Android 4.1 or above to function, as well as an autofocus camera. The app can be found on the App Store, the Windows Phone store, and for Android users, Google Play.

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