Introducing Wolfram Personal Assistant Apps for iOS
Today we are pleased to unveil the Wolfram Genealogy & History Research Assistant and the Wolfram Personal Finance Assistant Apps for iOS! These new additions to Wolfram’s wide offering of specialized apps are the first in our series of Personal Assistant Apps, which use Wolfram’s vast knowledge base to enrich topics that matter most to you. Explore the world of your ancestors with the Wolfram Genealogy & History Research Assistant, the only tool that lets you discover what was going on while they lived. Map family relations and expand on what you already know about any of your ancestors with a simple, easy-to-use interface. It’s as if you’re traveling through time with the tips of your fingers.
In addition to tracking name popularity and charting family relationships, you can also look at historical weather data to find out what the weather was like when your father was born.
The Wolfram Personal Finance Assistant App includes basic and complex calculations to help you manage your financial life. Use the app to plan for your future, calculate your current expenses, and find ways to pay off your loans faster. Thinking of moving within the US? Compare housing and utility prices, tax rates, and cost of living by state.
Whether you’re considering taking out a loan for a new purchase or are looking to pay off a current debt, you can use this app to calculate your loan repayment schedule.
If you’re relocating from Chicago to New York, the Relocation Calculator can compare the cost of living, each city’s population, median home sale prices, and more.
The app also includes discount and tip calculators, an investment returns calculator, a Rent vs. Buy calculator, current housing and interest rates, and much more.
The Wolfram Genealogy & History Research Assistant and the Wolfram Personal Finance Assistant Apps are now available for purchase in the App Store for $4.99. We look forward to bringing you more Wolfram Personal Assistant Apps in the future. Have an idea for an app? We’d love to hear more in the comments!