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Croatian App Named Best Innovation of 2014

Croatia83More recognition has gone the way of Croatian tech startup MicroBLINK with news that they have won the Netexplo Grand Prix 2015 award last night in Paris…

MicroBLINK’s app PhotoMath has won the award for the best educational technology innovation in 2014.

“We are so honored that we had the chance to participate at the Netexplo Forum 2015 and to receive the Award for PhotoMath in the field of educational technology,” said MicroBLINK.

Math problems solved “by magic” is how MicroBLINK’s PhotoMath app is described.

If you’re having difficulty solving an equation, this free app from MicroBlink, a Croatian company specialising in text recognition, turns your smartphone into a maths coach. Just take a picture of the equation and it guides you through the solution, step by step. You get not only the right results, but also the best way of obtaining it. A pocket teacher for maths students in all grades.

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