Equation writer.

Equation writer.


Create equations and letter art on the move. Use your mobile phone to create equations. Easy and intuitive 2D navigation system. Useful for taking notes in lectures or to save equations that you can recall at a later time. You can create any sort of equations such as polynomials, tensor equations matrices or anything you can think of since you have total freedom on how to arrange the symbols. You can also create ASCII art using a variety of symbols.

One use for this app is to write equations on the train or to store equations to show to your colleagues at a conference. If you think of an equation and just have to write it down you should use this app. It combines the freedom of a 2D grid system with the accuracy of using characters and symbols.

Also see the equations as LaTeX or Unicode or as plain text to copy and paste.

Take screenshots of the equations you make and save it to your gallery.

Equation format mode to easily format equations including fractions, integrals and square roots.

Equation notepad is what's known as an equation editor or formula editor.

Recent changes:
Added menus in several languages.
Added the ability to save to external storage.
Added equation formatting options.
Added the ability to view equations as LaTeX equations.
Added the ability to save images.
Added the ability to load and save equations.
Added zoom functionality.
Added font support.
Added preview mode.
Added nicer menus.

Better Language support
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$1.32
50
2.5
User ratings
22
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
6594 kb
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About Equation writer.
Create equations and letter art on the move. Use your mobile phone to create equations. Easy and intuitive 2D navigation system. Useful for taking notes in lectures or to save equations that you can recall at a later time. You can create any sort of equations such as polynomials, tensor equations matrices or anything you can think of since you have total freedom on how to arrange the symbols. You can also create ASCII art using a variety of symbols.

One use for this app is to write equations on the train or to store equations to show to your colleagues at a conference. If you think of an equation and just have to write it down you should use this app. It combines the freedom of a 2D grid system with the accuracy of using characters and symbols.

Also see the equations as LaTeX or Unicode or as plain text to copy and paste.

Take screenshots of the equations you make and save it to your gallery.

Equation format mode to easily format equations including fractions, integrals and square roots.

Equation notepad is what's known as an equation editor or formula editor.

Recent changes:
Added menus in several languages.
Added the ability to save to external storage.
Added equation formatting options.
Added the ability to view equations as LaTeX equations.
Added the ability to save images.
Added the ability to load and save equations.
Added zoom functionality.
Added font support.
Added preview mode.
Added nicer menus.

Better Language support

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 11, 2013
Right down index do not work Right down index do not work.
A Google User
Jan 11, 2013
Right down index do not work Right down index do not work.
A Google User
Nov 5, 2012
Does the job. I needed something on my Android to write equations and this does what I need. Pros: Good equations. Easy to use. Cons: Bit fiddly on small screens. Could do with keyboard support - just uses touchscreen buttons. Perhaps this will be in a future update?? Overall, quite a good little app for the price.
A Google User
Sep 29, 2012
As the other review says, great first effort but not there yet. Showstopper for me is it doesn't recognize my slider keyboard.
A Google User
Apr 23, 2012
Good first try, but it still needs work This is the first equation editor that I have seen for android. It has been a good first try but it still needs much work. I did not buy it because of performance but because I hope to see more improvements over the next few days. I saved an equation, but I'm not sure where was it saved. I have a Samsung galaxy plus 7.0 running android 3.2. It needs a settings button with a whole bunch of options including an alphabet size options.