Top 5 best doubt solving apps for maths and science in India.

 Top 5 best doubt solving apps for maths and science in India.

Top 5 best doubt solving apps for maths and science in India.

 Top 5 best doubt solving apps for maths and science in India.| With lock down and all schools shut most studies are now happening from home. With teachers access restricted to a few hours of online class, children are finding it difficult to clarify all their doubts. Automatically they turn to parents. Since there is a big difference in the way concepts was taught during parents’ time, they explanation provided by them mostly makes children more confused. This is the time most of the Kids wait for vacations. However, the situations is different now due to the world global pandemic.

The main problem is how to taught the children and clear their doubts without teachers. The google is not always or perfect in many cases. But now we have bring the top 5  doubts solving apps for every students. These are the best applications for you that we have bring. Mostly of these are for Science and Maths. From now you will get every solutions for any questions.

Let’s Begin.

1. Doubtnut

Doubtnut is an Indian interactive online tutoring app which was started by Tanushree Nagori and husband Aditya Shankar,in 2016. In 2009, the couple had started giving offline tutoring to grade 9 to 12 students, where they taught mathematics and science. Doubts is available as an Android applications or by accessing its official website. Though doubtnut has many features is still being many of its competitors.
Its headquartered is in Gurugram, Haryanan India. It is only served in India. The best things of doubtnut is that it give a video solutions of every questions of NCERT or many other private books. This help to understating and better concepts. The platforms uses image recognition technologies to provide solutions of some mathematical and science questions. To find the solutions to a questions, one has to clicks an image and crop the questions and the soultions will be their. 
Omidyar Network and WaterBridge have invested about $539,00 on Doubtnuts. In January 2020, the company raised $15 million in series A round of funding from China’s Tencent Holdings, and existing investors Sequoia Capital and Omidyar Network India.

2. Socratic by Google

Socratic is an education tech company that offers a mobile app for students. The app uses AI technology to help students with their homework by providing educational resources like videos, definitions, Q&A, and more. Socratic’s started mission is to make learning easier.  It was created by Chris Pedregal, Shreyans Bhansali. Its Alexa ranking is 26749 in the world. It was launched in 2013. It estimated user is 11 million.
They launched their app under the smae name in 2016. In March 2018 Socratic was acquired by Google for undisclosed amount. The acquisition was kept hidden until August 2019, when the founder and CTO (now engineering manager) Shreyans Bhansali announced that the company had joined Google. The wake of news was accompanied by a redesigned iOS app. Starting from August 2018, Socratic is no longer available for user contributions; the contributions were kept, however it is no longer possible to ask/answer/edit question. The change was annonced by the curators of the site/organization, however no clear reason given.
The Socratic app utilizes AI technology to accurately predicts which concepts will help a students solve their question. Over months, millions of real student questions were analyzed and classified. Then the app uses that to guess on future questions and provide specific education content.

3.  Brainly 

The Brainly is the world’s largest peer-to peer learning community for students, parents and teachers. At Brainly, students connect to both receive and offer with help homework problems and questions. The unique opportunity and gain the confidence that comes from helping others and inspires students to learn in a collaborative community that receives more than 200 millions users each months. Brainy is an ideal platforms for students to ask their subjects related doubts.

Its headquartered is in New York city, United States. It was founded on 2009 by Michal Borkowski, Tomasz Kraus and Lukasz Haluch. Just in 11 years it was served in 35 countries. Its Alexa rank is 1885.  Brainly is currently available in 35 countries. The network has element of ramifications in the form of motivational points and ranks, and encourages users to engage in the online community by asking questions and answering those of other students. It is a large no. of questions solutions.

4. Toppr

Toppr is a Mumbai based online exam preparation platform founded by Veteran entreprensurs Zishaan Hayath and Hemanth Goteti. The company has announced a fund raise of INR 12 crores from SAIF Partners and Helion Ventures. Toppr is also some like Brainly. The best thing of its that you can hire a teacher from it and live chat and learn. 

Toppr develops a test preparations platforms designed to support students preparing for various entrance exams in India. It offers learning programs and focuses on school curriculum and test preparation for engineering and medical entrance exams. The company’s online platform gives access to comprehensive practice and test package which helps students to prepare for IIT JEE, PMT, Schools Boards, and other competitive exams in India. It was founded in 2013. Its headquartered is in Mumbai, India. There are more than 15 investors of Toppr. 

5. Photomath 

Photomath is a mobile learning application describe as a ‘camera calculator’ , which utilize a phone camera to recognise mathematical equations and to display the step-by step solutions onscreen. It is available on free on Google Play Store and iOS. The application was released in 2014 by micro blink , a company based in Zagreb, Croatia, with a registered office in London, United Kingdom. The company specializes in text recognition software. It was based on Java and available on more than 15 languages. 

The best thing on it that it is a camera calculator in will calculate the when you will take a image of a question. As of 2016, a part from printed texts, it also recognizes handwriting and provides steps for mathematical equations. It included on the list of top 20 best teaching and learning apps placing third. It received both praise and criticism from teachers.

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