Basic Math Skills


Kids Math Fun

by NEGORP / /
  • Current Version 1.5
  • Size 4M


A fun way for kids to learn numbers and build basic math skills.

- What activities are included?

✔ learning numbers

✔ Addition

✔ Subtraction

✔ Multiplication

✔ 3 Different Levels (easy, medium, hard)

✔ Beautiful Animations which keeps kids entertained.

If you want your child to learn math – and enjoy it – you can't find a better choice than "MathsFun"

- What will my children learn?

Your child will learn to name, add, subtract and multiply numbers.

We love to hear from parents – and from children, too. To tell us how we made a difference in your child's education, please rate our app and post a comment.

If you have any questions or issues, please email us.

Recent changes:


1. More funny animations added.

2. Made it hard for kids to predict the right answer from the options.

Content rating: Everyone

  • Current Version 2.5
  • Size 208K


*** straight-forward learning method of Multiplication through TABLES and FACTORS (includes prime factors too).

Presents you with a list of tables (1 to 99) to choose from.

Move through the tables by casually swiping the screen to the left or right. Click on any line in the table to load the factors of all the numbers in the line (makes it easy to remember)

Choose 'Endless Table' mode to continuously keep increasing the table range till 999.

No more need to remember an infinite number of tricks to multiply two numbers. Just practice with this and you'll remember them forever.

This version is for devices running Android Version >= 2.1

If your device run's on Android Ver < 2.1 then search for 'Maths Multiplication Legacy' or 'com.felix.legacy.multiplication' in the Android Market.


1. Open “Multiplication Tables” from the home screen to view the tables of a number from 1 to 20 (Try ‘Endless Mode’ in Settings). Click on any item to open it's quick factor info. Long click for loading the table, factors or Grid of all the numbers present in the table item.

2. Open Numbers Grid to load a grid of numbers. The grid is an Endless list of numbers. Clicking on any number will load it’s factors. Long click any number below 100 to load it’s table.

3. Open “Load Table” and enter a number (1 to 99) to load it’s Multiplication Table. Click on any item to open it's factor info.

4. Open “Find Factors” and enter a number (2 to 999999) to load it’s Prime Factors and All Factors. You can further search by clicking on the Options menu and selecting “Find Factors”

Open Squares (x^2), Cubes (x^3) and Powers (x^y) from x=2 to 100.

5. Long Click on table's in either Tables view or Factor's View to select numbers to load their tables, factors (again) or Grid.

Press Volume Up/Down to load prev/next item.

### Options Menu ###

Previous: Loads the Previous Multiplication Table

Next: Loads the Next Multiplication Table

Open Table..: Opens the Multiplication Table of the specified number (1-99)

Reset: Resets/Refreshes the current table to it’s default preferences.

Settings: Opens the Preferences for Multiplication Table View.

### Table Preferences ###

Limited Table Mode: Tables load from a specified from value to a specified to value (which can be set in the settings).


2 x 1(From) = 2 to

2 x 20(To) = 40

Endless Table Mode: Tables Load Continuously as you keep on scrolling from a specified value to 999.


2 x 1(From) = 2 to

2 x 999(Loads Dynamically) = 1998

### Table Default Settings ###

Text Size: Set the text size for all the text in the Multiplication Table View. Minimum size required for visibility purposes is 10.

Multiply From: The default beginning From value to start multiplying from.

Multiply Upto: Default ending To number to end the multiplication at.

Table No: This is the default Table No. that the application should load when it is first started. The application remembers the last visited Table and loads it by default every time.

Text Alignment: Specifies the alignment of the Table’s text (Left, Center, Right, etc)

### Color Preferences ###

Use Theme: The Theme that should be applied to the table’s and popup’s. Four theme’s are provided by default – Blue, Red, Pink and White.

Disable Theme: Disable’s the theme mode. No background effects are applied when this is selected. But when the theme’s are enabled, the option to select the text-color is available.

Table Text Color: The Color of the numbers that appear in the multiplication table view – Black, Blue, Cyan, Dark Gray, etc.

Text Background Color: The background color of the Table text. This is disabled if the theme mode is enabled.

Separator Color: The color of the Separator lines and the Table List’s background. This is also disabled if the theme mode is enabled.

A great math workout tool for you.

Keywords: Maths, Multiplication, Factors, Tables, Learn, Algrebra, Workout, Multiples, Factorization, Addition, Subtraction, Division.

Recent changes:

.Removed Force Close for Factors of 1 in Factor View

.Added a simple note '1 is a Factor of itself'

.Removed Force Close for Factors of 1 in Tables View

Thanks for the guy who reported it.

Content rating: Everyone


Math marathon

by Machaon studio / /
  • Current Version 1.3.1
  • Size 4M


Math marathon: improve your capacities of the mental account and sharp your brain.

Overcome stages of a mathematical marathon and improve capacities of the verbal account.

This is free game with advertising. You can remove the advertising for a small fee; this fee will help support the developer and his cat.


- online leaderboards

- profiles

- progress graphs

- online duel


* Modify/delete contents of SD card - to access the profile file

* Unrestricted access to the Internet - for advertising

* Read phone status and identify – for a unique serial number that is used for querying the advertisements

Recent changes:


- fixed errors


- online duel

- small improvements


- online leaderboards


- view graphs on map

- fixed errors

Content rating: Everyone


Math Game

by Italy Games
  • Current Version 1.1
  • Size 916K


The #1 mobile Math Game is now available on Android!

Use your math skills to finish the challenging math test in 60 seconds.

The goal of this game is very simple: Combine numbers to equal the number in the left bottom corner. (Tap the numbers to select them.)

Recent changes:

Fixed some minor bugs. Thanks for your love of our game!

Content rating: Everyone


Math Pop

by DS Effects / /
  • Current Version 1.2
  • Size 458K


How good are you with additions, subtractions, multiplications and divisions? Test your math skill.

Content rating: High Maturity


Kids Maths

  • Current Version 1.3
  • Size 500K


This is an educational math game for Your kids and why not, maybe for everyone.Lots of interactive Maths challenges for children of different ages and abilities (key stage 1 and key stage 2,year 2 to year 6). Kids Maths is the absolutely free math resource designed specifically for students and children of all ages. A place where students can practice all aspects of math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division finding greatest and smallest numbers e.t.c,n in a fun and pressure free way.

Recent changes:

updated with new feature Memory Match

Content rating: Everyone


Fun Math Tricks Lite

by RanVic Labs / /
  • Current Version 1.29
  • Size 385K


Learn tricks to amaze others as you use mental math to solve tough math problems.

You can do math workout based on these tricks with widget.

Increase score and confidence on standardized tests such as the SAT, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, ACT, MCAT.

Challenge your brain with the widget, Number games, and Minute Math modes.

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NOTE - Test names and other trademarks are the property of the respective trademark holders. None of the trademark holders are affiliated with Ranvic Labs or this App.

GMAT® is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council™. Ranvic Labs is neither endorsed by nor affiliated with GMAC.

GRE ® is a registered trademark of the Educational Testing Service, which neither sponsors nor endorses this product. All other test names are registered trademarks of their respective owners. None of the trademark holders are affiliated with Ranvic Labs or this App.

Recent changes:

Added 50+ practice questions based on user feedback..

Added French language support!

Added Russian and Portuguese !!

version 1.26 - Fixed some language related issue

version 1.27 - Added another very cool trick in English - Adding ten consecutive numbers. i.e. 11 through 20.

Content rating: Everyone

  • Current Version 1.0.2
  • Size 4M


Whether you are learning math, want to brush up your knowledge, help your kids or just enjoy math quizzes, this fun application is right for you.

Learning and practising math is always more fun when it's part of a game. This application uses game play to challenge both kids and adults alike. Questions range from basic to advanced to improve your math skills. Different game play modes can be used test your speed and knowledge.

So, whether you want to play under the pressure of a timer or see how far you can get with multiple choice questions, this quiz will inspire and build your confidence. The Ultimate Math Skills Quiz will give any math novice the confidence to tackle school math, explore more advanced concepts and most importantly build a solid foundation for future math. The topics covered are:



Data Handling & Charts

Fractions, Decimals & Percentages

Multiplication and Division

Order of Operation


Powers & Roots


Unleash your math genius with your mobile today!

Content rating: Everyone


Math Test

by Popescu Petre / /
  • Current Version 1.0
  • Size 496K


Math Test is a fun maths game where you must answer as many correct answers as you can in just 1 minute. This is the free (ad-supported) version.

Content rating: High Maturity

  • Current Version 1.20.0
  • Size 2M


Tired of math tutoring that are more of a game than tutoring? You are at the right spot. We don’t have cute Farmville pets or angry birds. Instead we are striving to build your 5-8 year old child elementary school level arithmetic fluency skills at the least time possible.

The parent can configure what type of math skills and at what level to exercise. Parent should instruct child how many problems to solve. Last test results (including total number, number of errors, percent correct and average time for each type of math operation) as well as incorrect answers are saved. The report is available and can be used by the parent to monitor child success. If number of errors or average time is unsatisfactory, parent can optionally instruct the child to take the test again.

Each mathematical operation Plus (addition), Minus (subtraction), Times (multiplication), Divide (division) and Factors (especially useful to prepare for notoriously difficult 60-second sweep) can be either opted out, or once selected can be configured for frequency. Plus, Minus and Times also can be configured for the Max-Value – maximum result for addition, or max first operand for subtraction and multiplication. This way, for example, the parent can configure the test for infrequent subtraction from numbers as large as 30 and more frequent multiplication by 2, 3 and 4, so the child still practices subtractions while starting to study multiplication table.

The Factors operation was specifically introduced to help children to master 60-seconds sweep where they need to know all the factors of the simple numbers – e.g. Factors of 8 is 2 and 4. When testing factors please instruct your child to enter all the factors of the number – Factors of 8=24, Factors of 12=2634 (if more than one pair the order doesn’t matter).

Recent changes:

Fixed screen sizing problem for Android 4.4

Content rating: Everyone

  • Current Version 3.14
  • Size 5M


Students can practice each of these math problem types in three different exercise categories, for a total of 15 different types of exercise to choose from. In addition, you'll find 30 word problems that focus on addition and subtraction.

Use Let's Do the Math as a set of math flash cards, or treat it like a series of puzzles. However you approach it, you may find that it helps your youngster learn math basics more easily.

Applications is without any advertisement!

The training can be done for 8 different calculations: addition, subtraction, mixture of addition and subtraction, multiplication and division and mix of addition and multiplication.

Each of calculations can be trained during three types of exercises: calculations of outcome of expression, comparing expressions and finding elements of expressions. Altogether it gives you 18 types of exercises.

Separate exercise type is word problem activities which are done for addition and subtraction. There are currently 50 different word problems.

For each type of activity dedicated advices in form of graphics or formulas help to solve individual tasks.

Specific numbers for exercises are prepared using quite complicated semi random algorithm, which avoids giving the same result twice in the same training.

During each training full history is recorded so you can review it after training. For each individual task number of corrections and advices is recorded.

You can use this application as set of math flash cards or treat it as set of puzzles.

Recent changes:

Score calculation is introduced, app will count your score from now on.

Every correct answer makes your score grow by one. What is more important it is possible to compare your score against scores of other users across the world! So you can see your position across continents.

Communication of the score over internet is performed only after configuration in settings option. NO PERSONAL information is transmitted. Only your score is transmitted to central server.

Content rating: Everyone


Math Blocks

by LFM Software
  • Current Version 1.9.2
  • Size 570K


Now with multiple skill levels for multiplication, addition, subtraction, plus/minus, and division!

Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The only app of it's kind that allows you to practice all the basic skills.

For kids, Math Blocks is a fun way to learn basic math. For adults, Math Blocks is a speed game as you try to beat the clock to go to the next round.

To play:

1. Add or subtract any two adjacent blocks (you don't need to touch the blocks).

2. Enter the answer in the keypad at the top. In the subtraction game only - for negative numbers use the 0/- button (will only give a minus for the first touch otherwise it gives a zero).

3. Touch the plus or minus sign.

4. Answer enough right before time runs out to go to the next round.

5. Double points for adjacent blocks of the same color.

6. Bonus points for the rainbow plus or minus symbol.

keywords: math, mathematics, addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, brain, puzzle, game, education, educational, learning, learn, math games

Recent changes:

For multiplication, addition, subtraction, plus/minus and division you can now set the range of difficulty of problems to solve.

New game play modes coming soon.

Content rating: Everyone

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