Cymetry App Will Help You Learn High School Mathematics

In Short: Cymetry is a new app that will help you learn mathematics. In its Play Store listing, the title suggests that this app is only or high school students, but truth be said, this app offers more than that, it goes beyond the high school curriculum, and can help you with maths even if you’re in college. This is a paid application, but it will cost you less than $3 to access it, and on the inside, you will find a ton of video lectures, and content that will help you with your mathematics, whether you have issues with it, or you’d just like to learn something extra. The developer also says that this app is good for those of you who are in middle school, and would like to get into high school mathematics early, so that they’re well-prepared for it.

Background: This is a fairly new application, Cymetry’s current version is 1.0.1, and it has been downloaded over 1,000 times thus far, while it has 56 reviews, at the time of writing this article. Every single one of those 56 reviewers gave it a 5-star rating, which says a lot about what you’re getting out of it. The design of this application is quite clean and straightforward, there are three bottom bar icons that you can use, Main, Saved Tutorials, and Help, and that’s pretty much it, everything else regarding this app’s content will be shown in the body of the app. The developer combines black and white background colors in the app, while math problems are laid out pretty well, and should be fairly easy to read.

Impact: If you do have a couple of bucks to spare, and would like to get access to a ton of highschool-grade math content, well, then this is definitely an app for you. This app can help you brush up on your math knowledge, or can help you expand your horizons when it comes to mathematics. If you’re interested, you can download this app from the link down below.

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