iMath App for Windows 8, 10 Comes With New Impressive Features
At the end of last year, we shared with you some of the best Windows 8 math apps that you can download and install on your Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows RT devices. One of them was iMath and now it has received some new features which make it even better.
Your Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows RT tablet can become a real math help if you know the right apps to download from the Windows Store. iMath is one of them and now with new features it becomes even better. However, this isn’t an app aimed at all kind of users, as kids under 12 are advised to use it. You can also have a look at our roundup with some of the best Windows 8 apps and games aimed at younger users.
iMath developers care for their users as this is one of the most updated apps I’ve seen in quite a while. Besides fixing the usual bugs and bringing overall improvements to the app, multiples updates brought new math training topics and questions, improvements to the users interface, user management features. Also, it has been updated with Sudoku features, background music for easier learning, and new Statistics and Power modules.
iMath is designed to help children under the age of 12 to improve math ability and develop interests in mathematics. iMath has beautiful GUI, it can help you to improve your math skill.
The basic math training includes 400 questions from grade 1 to grade 3 which meet Ameracia K-12 math standards. Basic math operations can be performed, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division for integer decimal and fraction, unary linear equation and many others. To download the updated app, follow the link from below.
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