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With interactive ways to learn and master multiplication and conquer algebraic equations from beginner level all the way up, apps for learning math now makes this once 2 dimensional subject come to life in interactive 3D interface.
Price: $4.99 Mathboard is designed for kindergarten learners all the way up to elementary level. Its format is fun, in fact much like the old classic blackboard with white chalk for conducting equations but with the iPad’s gorgeous interface, the quizzes and learning material with over 250 questions per quiz make this app a must for math learners of all ages. No bad user reviews to report of as yet. Math Bingo
Price: $0.99 This app gets good reviews and is popular among teachers who teach young kids as you can now add up to 30 player profiles per game, so syncing up a classroom to one game is a doddle and makes the lessons all the more lively as the iPad screen can be linked up to the projector. Wolfram Algebra Course Assistant
Price: $1.99 If you’re taking algebra then this app as the developers stress is the one app to help you ace your tests. User reviews speak slightly differently though as this app still lacks some problem solving abilities for root cube, root square and problems like f(x) and f(g) and it seems to lack step by step instructions for certain equations. Although for less advanced algebra mathematicians this app does get some very positive reviews so whether you purchase this app really depends on your current ability. Calcbot
Price: $1.99 Paying for a calculator app that suggests it’s slightly different to a normal calculator seems a little extreme but with this math app you get the ability to record your recent history, email your history as text and a display retina interface which is rather nice. Updates have been quite scarce with this app, but its recent version scores highly with users where this and Tweetbot seem to be the leading calculator iPad apps. Apollonius
Price: $3.99 Apollonius is the first and only – so far to date – interactive geometry software. It does look extremely slick and if you’re clued up on planar geometry then this piece of math app kit should interest you. It also provides a number of sources for students and teachers. Using the devices touch screen you can draw geometric constructions like those created with a ruler or compass then move their parts to construct shapes. The only downside is that it doesn’t seem to have an export or saving ability. You can’t email your recent project either so right now it just stays on the app unless you scan and export it. Math Ref
Price: $0.99 Math Ref includes over 1’400 math formulas for concepts and equations. It gets good feedback from user’s and is an affordable price considering it’s uniquely designed interface. It covers subjects from algebra to geometry to physics and more, with its strength of knowledge based in chemistry, atoms and electrons. Sky Numbers HD
Price: $2.99 Sky numbers is a math game for elementary learners and is aimed at improving your math skill. When the numbers fall from the sky they land on the clouds for a little while and during this time you have to create an equation to match the final figure. Each time you succeed then the clock speeds up meaning you obviously have to get faster and faster at putting the equations together. Another great way of practicing basic math but also for advanced mathematicians who fancy speed testing their skills. You can also brag about your score on Twitter.