After publishing Free Web Resources for Math teachers, we got some emails from our readers asking about math apps for iPad. Digging through the different resources online we came up with the list below. This list is not conclusive and we might have missed other apps but the ones mentioned below are among the best ones available on iTunes market.We do have a strict evaluating system by which we judge whether to include apps in our lists or not and unless they have good ratings, you would definitely not find them here.
" PLAY123 is a learning application where your kids can play with all shapes, colors and numbers of their imagination, using various functions of the pad. They can throw, draw, roll, stack, turn, and more... "
" MathMaster allows you to answer math problems with a large numeric keypad instead of selecting the answer from fixed choices. MathMaster also includes a powerful settings page allowing you to fully customize which problems it generates...." "
"My Formula Store allows you to create your own formula and variables to ease your daily calculations. Lite version supports basic arithmetic calculations only. You can only store 5 formulas with 3 input variables in each. Full version supports more functions: sqrt(), log(), sin(), cos() and tan(). You can also store up to 99 formulas with 8 input variables in each..."
" Algebra Solver SOLVES math formulas and equations; after you solve them, you can even EMAIL them to others using the built-in email button.... "
" Improve and develop your mental maths skills by playing a game either individually, or with friends in the same room, across the Internet, or alternatively with others around the world.... "
" A fun card game to help children learn their times tables. Designed so that children can learn independently and at their own speed. Each times table from the 1's up to the 10's has its own game and a timer element is optional for those with a competitive edge.... "
" DiaMath (Diamond Math) is a fun and challenging way to improve your problem solving skills. The principle of DiaMath is to solve for the two empty spaces in the diamond..... "