What's New

- Bug fixes

App Description

Explore Wolfram|Alpha results from Siri with this free companion app. It's the perfect way to enhance your Siri experience and learn more about the world around you.
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FEATURES of the Wolfram|Alpha Viewer App

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With this app, you can:
- Launch a detailed view of your result directly from Siri.

 - Tap within the output for one additional level of detail.
- Change the assumptions Wolfram|Alpha makes about your input to provide different results. For example, you might want to know about Mars the company instead of the planet. 

- Extend your results with access to longer computation times.

- Access a query related to your original result. For example, a query about Mount Everest might offer a related query about another mountain in the Himalayas.
- Browse examples across thousands of domains, including: science, culture, linguistics, nutrition, health, finance, and many more!
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What if my device doesn't have Siri?

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Apple's Siri assistant is the only way to input queries with this particular app. The standard Wolfram|Alpha App—a best-selling reference app available for purchase in the App Store—allows anyone to directly type in what they want to calculate or know about. Upgrade at any time, and Wolfram|Alpha results in Siri will automatically be directed to the full app.

For FULL FUNCTIONALITY, GET THE FULL WOLFRAM|ALPHA APP—the world's definitive source for instant expert knowledge and computation.

App Screenshots

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App Changes

  • January 29, 2015 New version 1.1.2.2015011901
  • June 18, 2014 Initial release