Does your child struggle with math—or just straight out hate it? If they’re app savvy, they’ve discovered PhotoMath, a camera calculator.
All you have to do is point it at the equation and you get the answer, but that would be, well, cheating. You can, however, use it as a teaching/learning tool by hitting the “Steps” button to show the work. So check your child’s phone, and if they have PhotoMath, make sure they’re only using it to check their work.
And math teachers, if you didn't have reason enough to collect phones before exams, you sure do now.
Free for iOS and Windows phone; support for Android is planned for 2015.
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