Photomath is the world's most used math learning app on a mission to transform learning by helping every student succeed in math.
Photomath is described as a "camera calculator", which utilizes a phone's camera to recognise mathematical equations and to display the step-by-step solution onscreen.
Photomath was founded in 2016 in Croatia by Damir Sabol. The company is headquartered in Zagreb, Croatia and San Mateo, California.
Photomath's app lets you point your phone’s camera at a math problem. It recognizes what’s written and gives you a step-by-step explanation to solve the problem.
Photomath uses AI and advanced machine learning technology to instantly scan and solve math concepts, ranging from arithmetic to calculus, and explains how to solve math problems through step-by-step instructions and animated tutorials.
Photomath is free and users can optionally pay for Photomath Plus, a premium version with more features like animated tutorials and dynamic illustrations that outpace traditional teaching methods by bringing every solving step to life.
Photomath is the world's most used math learning app with over 220 million downloads worldwide. The app is ranked No. 59 in the U.S. App Store.
Photomath is backed by Menlo Ventures, GSV Ventures, Learn Capital, Cherubic Ventures, Goodwater Capital and others. The company raised $23M in Series B round on Feb 18, 2021. This brings Photomath's total funding to $29M to date.