Download 220 million copies of the Photomath Math app


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Posted on: Sunday February 21, 2021 – 10:52 AM | Last update: Sunday, February 21, 2021 – 10:52 AM

The developer of the Photomath application, which helps solve mathematical equations, raised 23 million dollars from a group of investors led by Menlo Ventures, after the great success of the application, as the number of downloads reached more than 220 million times, according to TechCrunch, which specializes in technology topics.

The application allows the user to direct his smartphone camera to the mathematical equation that he wants to solve.

The application recognizes the written equation and provides the user with a step-by-step explanation of solving the equation.

Although this app seems useful to lazy students, it actually has many uses. For example, the ability to write the equation on a notebook computer and use the application to draw the required graph.

At the same time, writing any equation using the keyboard is very difficult, so bridging the gap between the real world and the smartphone is an essential step for the success of using Photomath. The user is required to write the equation with a pen on the paper and then photograph it with a smartphone for the application to start dealing with it.

According to TechCrunch, which specializes in technology topics, more than 220 million copies of this application have been downloaded and it is still ranked 59 in the App Store for applications in the United States, one place ahead of the Tinder application.

Other companies have tried to develop competing apps but have apparently not succeeded in the success of the small European startup that owns the app.

At the same time, this app now seems more suitable for children who have had to spend more time learning from home and have no opportunity to ask the teacher for help to solve the equation.

This application is available free of charge and a full version of it can be purchased as “PhotoMath Plus” which contains more features such as dynamic graphics and animated educational materials.


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