Improve your math skills and get a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts, definitions, formulas and proofs.
With 23 subjects containing more than 200 articles with detailed descriptions, solved solutions and thorough proofs, this app is perfect for every high school student or any person eager to learn mathematics. Improve your intuition by exploring the interactive illustrations and learn how to solve both simple and difficult math problems through elegant solutions. Buy Premium to access all content and features.
• Quickly search for the article or formula you need.
• Use the links to read more on a subject.
• Improve your understanding with interactive illustrations.
• Pick up where you left off with the "Recents"-category.
• Share an article via mail, iMessage, Facebook etc.
• Jump to any section through the bottom navigation.
• Enjoy the graceful and user-friendly design.
The app covers the following 23 subjects:
• Coordinate System
• Differential Calculus
• Differential Equations
• Exponential Functions
• Geometry Terms
• Hypothesis Testing
• Integral Calculus
• Linear Functions
• Numbers and Algebra
• Power Functions
• Quadratic Equation
• Quadratic Polynomial
• Regression and Growth
• Solid Geometry
• The Straight Line
• Vectors in 2D
• Vectors in 3D Space
• Optimized for iOS 11 and iPhone X.
• It’s now more transparent what’s available without Premium access.
• Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
App is good resource, not a teaching tool
The one star reviews are harsh, unyielding, and expect the app to be something it’s not. This app is a clean, spare, dictionary of math formulas and concepts. All the info in a clear, easy to find place.
It assumes you’ve already learned the material, and need help remembering it. If you are not learning or haven’t already learned the concepts, this will not teach you.
It is not a magic wand, it’s not a teacher, and it’s not going to make the math itself easier. It’s simply a library of information that’s easily accessible. Khan academy and other online tools are not this. They are online math lessons, this is not.
For the people complaining about the price, it’s $3, far less than the cost of any book. The people who built it did an excellent job, and you’re able to test the app out for free. You don’t pay the money unless you decide the app works for you. If the app is not what you need, that doesn’t make it a 1 star app. The rating of apps is not about you.
Not the best and probably not the worst
The app isn’t really what I would call “interactive” and it is overall very shallow. The UI is mediocre at best and it doesn’t really feel any different from any free app. Idk for me the sorting is weird since they show u a table of anti derivatives before you even learn about integrals and how they work. Focus on organizing the math by difficulty if you can since there’s just section headers. Sometimes people don’t understand certain variables and symbols; so it would probably be a good idea to put like a hoverable ui element over symbols or math terms people may have forgotten or are unaware of. Overall I’m not really impressed and to me there are much better options out there rather than paying $3ish for premium. I’m pretty sure this team of people are new to app development but I think they should know what happens when they slap a price tag on their software (if they don’t know already). As people said before, khan academy is free of charge and is much better than this currently is (yes khan academy has much more resources but still), and the developers should focus on a way to make this app teach math in a unique and engaging way.
Don’t Even Bother
I am a geometry student in middle school and I downloaded the app after seeing an article written about the developers show up in the App Store’s feed. Personally, I have always struggled with remembering theorems and laws and they portrayed it as a well put together app that could explain theorems thoroughly to help you better understand them. From most of what I have learned this year—not even half of our curriculum can be covered without paying. You would have to cough up some cash for some of the more important equations/laws/theorems that are crucial in a geometry or algebra class. This is including trigonometric laws, vertex formulas, factoring, roots, polygons, and many more. The theorems included are vaguely explained and are lacking in examples. As for the display—it isn’t beautifully designed, but isn’t horrendous to look at either. Although I will cut them some slack as this is their first time in the field of programming. But overall, if you are struggling in math and looking for an app that might help you—I invite you to look elsewhere. There are plenty of good websites out there including IXL or Khan Academy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.