updated 12:20 pm EDT, Mon May 23, 2005
Soulv math app
World of Worlds Software today announced the release of "" a new kind of application that promises to do for mathematics "what word processors did for writing." World of Worlds CEO, Zac Cohan said, "We found it strange that despite having very powerful computers, most people still use pocket and scientific calculators to do most of their math." The developer expects Soulv to replace physical calculators for its users. Soulv features an engine that mirrors a physical math sheet, calculating on the fly as you type, with a built in Equation Solver, MathKey typing technology, and 1-click graphing. "It truly is the new way to do math on your computer." Soulv is available today for a 30-day trial, and costs just $40 to buy.