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Mathpresso, EdTech Leader, announces 7 million active users per month in over 50 countries.

Today, Seoul-based EdTech startup Mathpresso declared that its math-solver application, QANDA has addressed over 1.3 billion inquiries and utilized by more than 7 million month to month dynamic clients, a 370% development inside 1 year.

Created by Korea's driving EdTech startup, Mathpresso, 'QANDA' is a portable application that empowers understudies, all things considered, to get moment arrangements and 1-on-1 help from a portion of the world's top-college mentors. Clients can snap a picture of a mathematical question, transfer it to the application, and afterward QANDA's AI-based optical character acknowledgment sweep will discover and tackle it in roughly five seconds. QANDA gives both the 1-on-1 Q&A highlight (human-based) and auto-search (AI-based) include, an exceptional cross breed that takes care of any numerical statements going from conditions to mathematical inquiries.

Since its dispatch in 2016, QANDA has tackled over 1.3 billion issues put together by understudies from more than 50 nations. In excess of 5 million inquiries are posed and looked through QANDA consistently. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization has seen a flood popular for the e-learning stage, with its number of inquiries tackled expanding from 500 million in April 2020 to 1.3 billion today.

Right now, QANDA is utilized by more than 66% of the whole evaluation K-12 understudy populace in Korea, the nation with one of the most elevated school enlistment rates on the planet. QANDA additionally bested the instructive graphs in six nations, including Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Thailand, prevailing upon driving instructive applications including Google Classroom and Photomath.

"Our competitive edge is that we provide both the AI-driven instant search function and human-driven Q&A function through tutors, while no other educational apps incorporate both features seamlessly,” said Ray Lee, CEO at Mathpresso. "We will continue to provide the most effective education for all students around the world.”

About Mathpresso

With the mission to provide most effective education for all, Mathpresso develops the world’s leading learning platform, QANDA, a mobile app that allows students of all levels to receive instant answers and customized learning sources at zero or minimal cost. Recognized for its technological advances, Mathpresso was selected as Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia 2020, national representative of Google AI for Social Good APAC event in 2018, and guest speaker at AWS Public Sector Summit ASEAN in 2019. Since 2015, Mathpresso has raised $55 million from investors including Legend Capital, SoftBank Ventures Asia, and Samsung Ventures. Headquartered in Seoul, Korea, Mathpresso has offices in Tokyo, Japan and Hanoi, Vietnam.



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