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Microsoft Brings Math Solver to Android

Previously available on iOS, Math Solver is now on Android, providing AI-powered answers to math problems at school level.


has launched its Math Solver application on the for devices. As you may have gathered by the name, the app can be used to help users solve math problems.

This core experience extends across math problems at elementary, middle, and high school levels. Microsoft has leveraged its artificial intelligence technology to power Math Solver.

Solving a problem requires minimum user input. Users simply write the problem into the app or take a photo with the device camera. Math Solver automatically recognizing the problem and offers the answer.

More importantly, the app is a true education tool because it breaks down the problem. The app provides a step-by-step explanation on how to solve the problem, complete with interactive graphs, show similar problems, and even online video lectures.

Math Solver Details


  • Write a math equation on screen as you naturally do on paper
  • Scan printed or handwritten math photo
  • Type and edit using advanced scientific math calculator
  • Get interactive Step-by-Step explanation & Graphs
  • Import images with math equations from gallery
  • Scan and Solve Math Worksheets with multiple problems
  • Search the web for similar problems and video lectures
  • Try math word problems
  • Scan and plot x-y data tables for linear/non-linear functions
  • Get help in multiple languages

Supported problems

Elementary: arithmetic, real, complex numbers, LCM, GCD, factors, roman numerals

Pre-Algebra: radicals and exponents, fractions, matrices, determinants

Algebra: quadratic equations, system of equations, inequalities, rational expressions, linear, quadratic and exponential graphs

Word problems on math concepts, number theory, probability, volume, surface area

Basic Calculus: Summations, Limits, derivatives, integrals

Statistics: Mean, Median, Mode, Standard Deviation, permutations, combinations

It is worth pointing out that Math Solver is currently in preview. As such, some early bugs are expected for Android users. You can pick up the app from the Google Play Store. If you have an , the app has been available for some time.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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