AI-based Education App QANDA Ranks No.1 in Singapore's iOS Chart
QANDA started out in South Korea 3 years ago as a Q&A platform, but the number of users surged since it launched a solution-search service using artificial intelligence. Just by taking a photo of a question, students are able to find solutions and relevant practice problems in 5 seconds.
With QANDA's Q&A service, students can quickly connect with worldwide top-school tutors. Unlike any other existing Q&A app, students can ask college-level math, science, and engineering questions as well as those in the K-12 curriculum. The fact that users can receive a detailed solution in less than 10 minutes is also another distinguishing feature of QANDA.
After entering the Singapore market, QANDA topped the iOS education chart in 3 weeks. Other Top Chart apps in education include Parents Gateway, an education platform for parents created by the Ministry of Education, and other renowned global services such as Duolingo, a language-learning app.
"QANDA is the only service in the global education market that provides detailed solutions to college-level problems in less than 10 minutes. Launching an English service was a strategic choice to quickly expand to many countries. Ranking No.1 in Singapore's iOS education chart shows QANDA's potential to succeed in other Southeast Asian countries." said Joyce Choi, Global Director of Mathpresso.
As of July 2019, more than 1 million students in South Korea use QANDA to search for solutions and ask questions. It also expanded to Japan in November 2018 and began to support the service in English early this year. Mathpresso plans to expand its business to Southeast Asia including Vietnam and Indonesia in late 2019. Ultimately, it aims to become a global education content marketplace accessible to aspiring students and qualified tutors - fulfilling the vision to "digitize and connect knowledge to provide the most effective education for all".
Mathpresso is an AI-driven edtech company that services QANDA, an educational app where students can search for solutions in 5 seconds and ask questions to top-school tutors, especially for math and science. Recently, it also introduced a mobile workbook service which students can selectively solve based on their learning status. QANDA is now used by students in more than 50 countries including India, the United States, and Singapore. The artificial intelligence startup has raised $6.7 million in 2018 from several investors including Softbank Ventures Korea, Samsung Venture Investment, and Megastudy. Most recently in 2019, it raised $14.5 million from renowned global venture capitals including Legend capital and Intervest.
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