Sep 28th, 2010

I must admit: I didn’t fully understand the concept of WolframAlpha when the “computational knowledge engine” was first announced. After using it a few times, I still don’t. That’s not the matter here, though. They’ve announced that they’ll be heading to the Android market with their very own app that should put all of that computational decision making power right in the palm of your hands.

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The Wolfram|Alpha App for Android is specifically designed for Android 1.6 and above, with specialized keyboards for math, charts and graphics adapted for the variety of Android screens, support for native voice input, and location awareness

For those that have found some use out of the service, you can look forward to downloading it October 6th when they’ll undoubtedly be publishing it to the Android market. The app will cost $1.99 [EuroDroid]