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Photomath Raises $6million from Funding Rounds

siliconreview Photomath Raises $6million from Funding Rounds

Photomath, the math solving app, which was developed by a Croatian company called Microblink raised a $6M from its funding round from Goodwater Capital and Learn Capital. So far, the application has registered 100 million downloads from Android as well as iPhone users.

The application was developed in the year 2014. The company used Photomath to promote its text recognition technology but eventually rolled out the app and gained a lot of consumer success. The application attracted millions of users within a quick span of time as many students worldwide were very eager to learn math through their smartphones.

Till date, the app is rated the most downloaded app in Play Store and App Store.

To use the app, firstly, users need to download it from the App Store or the Play Store. After that, the users need to open the app and point the app towards their desired math problems. The app can recognise problems from a book or from the user’s own handwriting. Once the scanning is done, the app will provide a step-by-step explanation to solve the problem, from which, the users can clear their doubts. 

Photomath is capable ofgenerating graphs and can solve advanced problems like complex numbers, integrations, and many more.

Reportedly, in a single month, the app has solved around 1.2 billion math problems.

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