According to a lot of people, one of the most difficult subject is Maths. Sometimes, it becomes very difficult to understand it. In other words, you are not able to solve maths problem easily. Thus, math apps help in solving simple as well as complex operations.

## 10 Best Math Apps for Android & iOS

Math Apps help students, teachers and parents to learn some basic and even complex math skills which will help them at school or home. Also, different age group people can use these apps to learn various math concepts. One more thing is that concepts are explained in fun way in the form of puzzles, quizzes and many more.

Some of the best Math apps are:

### (1) Brainly

Brainly is a free social networking application specially designed for students. It allows people to ask their questions that they are not able to solve. Thus, you just need to post your questions to the community. Then, other people will provide you help by providing explanation of the problem.

It is a collaboration site, where users can post their comments regarding every question and answer. Also, well-structured characterization by the subject of questions is there on the application. It not only works for maths. It supports education levels from school to college.

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### (2) HiPER

HiPER is one of the best Scientific Calculator. Free version of this calculator has 15 digits of significand and 3 digits of exponent. Whereas, in pro version you can have upto 100 digits of significand and 9 digits of exponent.

Various layouts of the HiPER calculator are there for different screen sizes:

- For small devices “pocket.”
- smartphones “compact.”
- For tablets “expanded.”

A feature called multiline display is present in tablets which allows you to see the complete history of previous calculations.

Some of the functions of this calculator are:

- basic arithmetic operations
- support fractions, complex numbers
- bitwise shift
- history of results
- conversion of minutes, seconds
- mixed numbers

Pro version costs around $3.49 and you can download this calculator from Play store using the link.

### (3) Khan Academy

Khan Academy is completely free to use and is one of the oldest math apps. The goal of this app is to help educate students.

Actually, this app includes around 10,000 videos, 40,000 questions and many different math topics like trigonometry, calculus, algebra, arithmetic and so on. Also, interactive quizzes are present in the app to help you to learn more.

### (4) LectureNotes

LectureNotes is an application for notes sharing where institutes, toppers, teachers share their notes so that other users can access them. Thus, with this application, you can take notes, draw and write with your hand and also record the lectures of your teachers. Besides this, it is used by businesspersons to take business notes and sales presentation.

Features of the application:

- You can view multiple pages at the same time on the screen.
- There is no need of Internet Connection.
- Backup and restore the notebook pages.

Also, Free version is available for this application, but the number of notebooks is limited to two and only eight pages per notebook.

### (5) MyScript Calculator

MyScript Calculator application helps in performing mathematical operations. In other words, you have to write equations in the app, and then the app will convert it into text and solve it. Therefore, it is undoubtedly the best app for school and college students.

Operators it supports are:

- Basic operators like +, -, ÷, ×
- Trigonometry
- Inverse trigonometry
- Constants
- Logarithms
- Power, roots

Besides this, it is the best app for visual representation rather than actual learning. Also, the history of calculations is saved.

### (6) Photomath

Photomath application, as the name suggests helps in solving math problems with camera functionality. You have to take pictures of the problem for which you need the solution.

On the other hand, step-by-step instructions are provided for solving the problem. Another feature of this app is that it supports Graphs.

### (7) Socratic

The socratic app is almost similar to Photomath app. Just like photomath app you can take a picture of your problem and get it solved.

Step-by-Step explanation is provided for the solution. In some cases, video examples are also provided. This app is available for free. Basically, this app covers other subjects as well.

### (8) Wabbitemu

For existing graphing calculators, Wabbitemu is an emulator. Also, it makes a replica of your TI calculator on your Android. It supports TI-73, and around nine calculators from the TI-80 series.

Actually, you obtain a ROM of the calculator and then load it with the emulator. It is compatible with third-party applications. It has easy to use setup wizard. Thus, this app is fast and easy to use.

### (9) Wolfram Math Apps

It is the tool for getting solutions to your problems. Wolfram has many math apps. One of them is WolframAlpha.

Also, this app stores the math results, explanation, help and other information. This app includes topics like number theory, discrete math, statistics, physics and many more.

### (10) YouTube

YouTube has many advantages, i.e., it can be used for almost everything. On YouTube, many content creators upload the videos, and you can learn from them. The lessons include a full explanation. Some of the math related channels on YouTube are Numberphile and Mathologer.

Also, YouTube is free to use with advertising. Besides this, YouTube red is there which is paid and removes the advertising, allow for offline play and many more.

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## Conclusion

Thus, use the above-mentioned math apps in case you are not able to solve any problem in maths. Also, if you want to learn new concepts try these math apps. Everything is given in a detailed manner so that everyone can understand that. Quizzes, puzzles, etc. are given in the math apps to make math fun.