MathType now brings math suppport to over 400 applications and websites
We've been hard at work for over two years to make MathType work with virtually all applications and websites used by students, teachers, professors, elearning authors, scientists, and engineers. We're making progress every day, but a new technology has helped increase MathType's ability to now work with over 400 applications and websites.
Many blogs, wikis, and other websites are using MathJax to display math, since MathJax works in all modern browsers -- even on portable devices such as iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. MathJax is an open source project led by Design Science, and also involves professional societies such as The American Mathematical Society (AMS), and major educational and scientific publishers. MathJax is in its infancy, so we expect the number of websites that use it to grow tremendously in 2011. Since MathType can copy math from any web page that uses MathJax, we expect a rapid increase in the number of math sites MathType can work with.
Many of the items in our list of what MathType works with were suggested by customers who took our Future MathType survey. Your input is always welcome and makes a huge difference!
Take a look at our MathType Application and Website Compatibility Database and see if your favorite applications are already listed. If you don't find what you're looking for, or want to give us feedback in general, let us know by posting a comment here.