You may remember WolframAlpha as the “computational knowledge engine” that was going for $50 on iOS a while back, acting as a front-end to the web-version of the site. While the price of the app was initially very high, they eventually lowered it to a more reasonable $2, and now folks who are running Android devices are also able to get hold of this fancy knowledge engine from October 6th for $1.99. The app will require devices powered by Android 1.6 and above, offering support for native voice input and location awareness. Not too bad for two bucks.
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