Wolfram Alpha has launched a new version of its computational knowledge engine optimised for use on Apple's iPhone and iPod devices.
The company said in a blog posting that the move followed overwhelming demand for the firm to release an iPhone-friendly version.
"We love all the feedback that comes pouring in from the Wolfram Alpha community, and iPhone users have been begging to have Wolfram Alpha just a touch away since the beginning," said the firm.
"We invite you to checkout the Wolfram Alpha iPhone and iPod mobile page that lets you compute queries, watch the overview video, view our gallery of examples and more, all while on the go."
To add the Wolfram Alpha icon to the iPhone or iPod screen, users must visit www.wolframalpha.com/iphone in the iPhone's browser, touch the + icon in the browser footer bar, and select 'add to home screen' in the menu options.
The firm also asked users for more feedback at the Wolfram Alpha Community page on what features they would like to see in a full Wolfram Alpha application for the iPhone and other mobile devices.
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