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Mobile Learning: Math Apps

Elementary Math Apps

The Math Drills Lite app includes simple mathematics practice drills.
The Numerate: Count, Add and Subtract app allows for simple number recognition exercises and interactive addition and subtraction problems.
The Multiplication and Division Flash Action app includes multiplication and division practice with timed modes, flash cards, and multi-player options.
The Tric-Trac app is one of the games created by Everyday Mathematics.  The game allows for single or multiple players and it offers a fun and easy way to practice addition facts.
Children's Technology Review gave the Motion Math app its Excellence in Design Award.  It is a game that utilizes the number line to teach fractions.
The Coin Math app allows users to count, add and make change with coins.
This app allows users to practice place value of 2, 3, and 4 digit numbers.
Motion Math: Zoom allows users to play with numbers using the number line and place values.
This app allows users to practice mental addition and subtraction.
Math Bingo is an app where you can play bingo and learn math.  Included are four games, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
The Everyday Mathematics Baseball Multiplication app created by McGraw-Hill allows users to practice and reinforce basic multiplication facts.

The Everyday Mathematics Equivalent Fractions app allows players try to match equivalent fractions on cards showing halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths.

iLeap Touch Spot Addition introduces students to the addition strategy of using touch spots. Each number is assigned a corresponding number of touch spots to help students solve an addition problem by counting. iLEAP Touch Spot Addition is designed to help students learn, explore, apply, and practice this skill.

Rocket Math is a fun and exciting way to learn math by launching realistic rockets into orbit. Experience cool special effects like: Navigation system malfunction, G-force Structure Overload, Rocket Stage Separation failures and more.

Slice it is all about slicing shapes into pieces that are equal in size using brain teasing puzzles

IntermediateLevel Math Apps

The Fractals app allows users to visualize fractal equations.
Quick Graph is a graphing calculator application.  It is a simple, yet intuitive interface that makes it easy to enter and/or edit equations and visualize them in mathematical notation.
The XPP app is an app for solving differential equations, delay equations, functional equations, boundary value problems and stochastic equations.
Geom-E-Tree is an interactive artistic app that allows users to explore geometry and fractals.
JMP Graph Builder is the best way to view and explore JMP data tables.  Create, edit and view graphs wherever you are with the same Graph Builder engine found in JMP.
TI-Nspire opens the door to math mastery with the an app that delivers comprehensive graphing, data entry and analysis, statistical modeling and calculating functionality.
Algebra Touch allows users to refresh their algebra skills using touch-based techniques. Users can drag to rearrange, tap to simplify, and draw lines to eliminate identical terms. The app includes lessons and randomly-generated practice problems as well as the ability to create your own problem sets.
MyScript Calculator performs mathematical operations naturally using your handwriting. It is a free handwriting calculator that is easy, simple, and intuitive.
meStudying: Algebra 1 allows users to easily choose topics and interact with questions to refresh their algebra skills. The app features a calculator, scratch pad and a large layout design

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