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Today's students go to class not with textbooks borrowed from the library, but with iPads and Android tablets, and it is not a desire to emphasize status or wealth - in many schools it is a requirement for students to have a tablet. Of course, children are much more willing to install games on their gadgets, so their parents should take care of downloading useful applications that can help in their studies. What mobile apps can really make the hard work of schoolchildren easier? The process of using the PhotoMath app for school on Android and iOS is simple: just point the camera at a mathematical example, and the program will show the answer and preface it with a step-by-step solution. However, believing that problems with math homework are solved forever is premature - the user who is going to download PhotoMath should be aware of some of the limitations in the program's operation: The app works only with typed examples - it does not yet recognize handwritten text, although the developers are actively announcing such a feature. PhotoMath will not solve examples with complex fractions, matrices and other mathematical "tricks" - but it can handle linear equations and standard arithmetic without problems. The Evernote app is a great alternative to the built-in "Notes" app. A unique feature of this notebook program is that the notes are taken only by hand, as no electronic input is possible. This application saves students from having to carry a pile of notebooks to class and from having to struggle to find the necessary notes in the traditional chaos of teenage rooms.
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