What is AutoMath Photo Calculator?
AutoMath Photo Calculator is a mathematics application that allows you to take pictures of a problem. Once you’ve taken a picture, the app then solves the problem for you and provides you with steps on how to solve the problem. It’s currently free in the Google Play Store.
Here’s how AutoMath Photo Calculator works. It opens to a camera view that is highly cropped. You put the problem on camera and snap a picture. From there, the application attempts to solve the problem, give you the answer, and provide you with a list of steps on how to obtain the answer. There are a number of mathematical functions built in (250+) and includes some study guides like step-by-step tutorials. It also works entirely offline so you don’t need a network connection.
Unfortunately, the app has run into a lot of snags. People have complained about not being able to get it to work on their devices because their cameras cannot focus or get the whole problem in the cropped box. We didn’t have a problem getting simple stuff to work but the more complicated (and longer) math problems did present an issue. It’s also worth noting that this works best with typed problems. Taking pictures of hand-written problems requires above average penmanship so if you try this at home, make sure you write the problems as neatly as possible. Continue reading
Fans of the HBO series Game of Thrones that have been waiting for a new game to hit for Android can now celebrate. Wasting no time in making it to Android, Telltales Games has released Episode 1 of their Game of Thrones adventure game.
Game of Thrones (A Telltale Games Series) is available now for $4.99 in the Google Play Store.
The game is based on the world of Westeros as depicted in the HBO television series, which is, of course, based on the books by George R. R. Martin. You take on the decision making role of House Forrester, a northern noble family loyal to Winterfell, and what remains of house Stark.
What is Tilt Scroll?
Tilt Scroll is a root application that allows you to scroll things on your Android device without actually touching the screen. Think of it like a non-Touchwiz version of Smart Scroll on Samsung phones. It’s currently free in the Google Play Store with an in app purchase that costs $1.79.
The app premise is fairly easy to understand. It allows you to scroll things on your screen without actually touching your phone. It does this by utilizing the gyroscope in your device. When you tilt it, it scrolls. It’s a function that can be turned on and off at will so you can scroll normally if need be. The free version comes with features like scrolling vertically and horizontally, the ability to select a scrolling area when multiple scroll areas are present on screen, and various activation methods. There are also no ads.
In the paid version you can adjust the speed of the scroll as well as the acceleration and deceleration of the scroll and you’ll get an automatic and manual mode which affect how the tilt behaves under certain situations. You can also scroll directly to the top or bottom of a page by using the volume buttons. About the only hangup is that you do need root for this app and, of course, an accelerometer in your device. Continue reading