For GeoGebra fans who are Android users, the long wait is over. GeoGebra has just released the new GeoGebra Graphing Calculator for Android phones and tablets. According to GeoGebra’s official blog, this new version has Algebra and Graphics views, but more features will be added soon. They are also planning to release iPhone and Windows versions later.
I have downloaded this app and the first feature I looked for was a slider, and so far, it’s working just like the the PC version. Just like in the PC versions, you can also use the materials uploaded in GeoGebraTube. » Read more
Today, GeoGebra 4.4 has been released. I had just a short time exploring the new version, but one of the obvious changes is the addition of the GeoGebraTube menu in the menu bar. In addition, here if you use the new version, here are some of the changes that you will observe in your first few use.
- GeoGebra Sign-in option to let you stay Signed in while working
- Larger Check box, Command button, and Slider
- Export to HTML was replaced with Upload to GeoGebraTube (Press Ctrl-Shirt-M to explore Java/HTML5 to clipboard)
- New Filling styles
For those who have not tried using GeoGebra, it’s an amazing software for teaching and learning mathematics. You can visit the official GeoGebra website to know more about it and download the software for free. If you want to learn using it, I have written more than 50 tutorials about it.
To know more about the features of the new version, you can read the GeoGebra 4.4 Release Notes.
GeoGebra 4.2 is to be released soon and one of its features is the addition of more languages. I, Erlina Ronda of Mathematics for Teaching and another translator are involved in translating GeoGebra to Filipino. We need more volunteers to expedite the translation. Translators must be a math major and a GeoGebra user.
If you are interested to participate in the translation, please contact me at email@example.com.