iPhone and iPad apps tagged "math problems."
Math in 60 Seconds Facebook Page Launches
App and game developer Joshua launched Math in 60 Seconds's Facebook page. Math in 60 Seconds is an iOS game in which players try to answer as many math problems as they can in sixty seconds. The launch of the Facebook page is the first step in a direction to make Math in 60 Seconds a more social-friendly game.
Marble Math 1.1 Delivers Major Update Adding Multi-User Accounts
Artgig Apps announces the release of Marble Math 1.1 today, adding multi-user accounts to their popular kids math practice app. Geared for ages 9-12+ and based on the Common Core curriculum, Marble Math helps reinforce strategy and problem solving skills as players roll their marble through a math maze.
Marble Math Junior 1.1 Delivers Major Update Adding Multi-User Accounts
Artgig Apps is proud to announce the release of Marble Math Junior 1.1 today, adding multi-user accounts to their popular kids math practice app. Geared for ages 5-8 and based on the Common Core curriculum, Marble Math Junior helps reinforce strategy and problem solving skills as players roll their marble through a math maze.
Marble Math: New and Noteworthy Educational App Rolls Into App Store
Artgig Apps today is pleased to announce the release of Marble Math, a new math practice app for kids that blends problem solving, strategy, core math concepts, and good plain fun. Featured as New and Noteworthy in the App Store, Marble Math is designed for middle to upper elementary ages 9-12+.
Hands on Equations for iPad Proves Value of Visual Help for Algebra
For many kids, especially visual learners, algebra is an enigma that confuses and discourages. Fortunately, technology has a way of providing help and the iPad as an educational tool is very useful with the right apps.
Celebrate the Release of Play Zone and Win iTunes Gift Cards
To celebrate its launch, the developers behind Play Zone are holding a Grand App Launch Party hosted by the renowned Smart Apps For Kids site. Smart Apps For Kids is a resourceful app review site with a unique perspective.
Ronys Math kids game
Kindergarten is a time for learning math concepts and skills, when students begin to build a foundation that will carry them throughout their years in school. Rony's Math, a new educational and highly interactive game for kids, is created to meet these goals.
Cyrillian announces QED Solver for iPhone - A Math Solver Application
Cyrillian is proud to announce QED Solver for iPhone, a powerful new mathematical computing application for science and engineering problems, as well as general math problems. QED Solver is the perfect companion for students and professionals alike.
Math Pro an even Better Tutor with Update
Math Pro was excellent in its first iteration at providing useful assistance for teachers and students of pre-Algebra and above. With its latest update, the advanced calculator approaches indispensable status for students of math.
6 iPhone Apps for Rocket Scientists and Other Brainy Types
You know how when something is easy, people will say, “Well, it’s not exactly rocket science”? This time, we are literally talking about rocket science. This stuff is tricky, so hard-working rocket scientists need all the help they can get.
NineGaps Has Your Daily Numbers
Quadion Technologies' NineGaps is in some ways like Sudoku, the number puzzler that bookkeepers, Mensa wannabes and violinists seem to enjoy more than everyone else. NineGaps is different than Sudoku in that you complete puzzles consisting of three rows and three columns.
Mental Maths Gives Your Brain a Solid Workout
Forget about buying those $1.99 flash cards from Wal-Mart if you or your child are in need of some mutliplication facts work. Mental Maths by Trilliarden has a fun and exciting system for exercising your brain and improving mental math ability.
Brain Thaw: Got A Cool Head for Math?
Brain Thaw - I feel comfortable saying that there's nothing in the world that can't be improved at least a little bit by adding penguins. They're cute! They waddle! They... eat numbers? In Brain Thaw, they do.
4 Brain Training Apps to Strain Your Noggin
Is it really possible to be too smart for your own good? Don't really smart people know how to do cool things such as develop iPhone applications? Me, I wouldn't know how to land a man on the moon if my life depended on it.