Google has introduced a revamped version of the Socratic app after acquiring the app last year as reported in a blog post by Google. The new version of the app uses Google AI which has added several new features and functions which can help high school and university students to solve problems and assist with their assignments and homework.
Chris Pedregal and Shreyans Bhansali founded Socratic in 2013 with the purpose of building a community that made learning convenient to all students staying not just to Maths, Socratic can also tackle subjects like science, literature, social studies and more.
How it works?
Students can take a photo of a question or use their voice to ask a question, and then the app will find the most relevant resources from across the web related to that question.
Understand with concepts
The app has built and trained algorithms which helps students working on complex problems with looking at a student’s question and automatically identify the relevant underlying concepts and for students who want to learn even more, the app breaks down the concepts into smaller, easy-to-understand lessons.
Learn more with the app
The new app has subject guides on more than 1,000 higher education and high school topics created with educators to help students learn more about what they have learned, it takes students to the topic and with little knowledge of the topic and takes to the web for deeper understanding.
The new revamped version of the app is currently available on iOS and the Android version of the app will be available this fall.