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Wolfram|Alpha released for Android smartphones

Wolfram Alpha has released a Wolfram|Alpha application for Android-powered smartphones, available through Android Market. The Wolfram|Alpha application for Android delivers the full power of the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine, providing Android users with a massive amount of factual information in the palms of their hands.

The application leverages Android’s voice-input capability, making it easy for users to get answers from Wolfram|Alpha while on the go. The application integrates Wolfram|Alpha's growing repository of curated data, including over ten trillion data elements, and its library of tens of thousands of sophisticated computational models to deliver knowledge quickly and seamlessly.

With access to over a thousand domains of knowledge covering maths, science, engineering, health and nutrition, geography, economics, linguistics, people and history, sports, music, and much more, the application serves as an on-the-go resource for accessing facts.

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