MathMagic Lite for iOS 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 3.7 • 23 Ratings
    • Free



MathMagic Lite is one of the best free WYSIWYG equation editors on the planet.
MathMagic Lite lets you write any mathematical expressions and various scientific symbols easily and then use them in your word processors, presentations, web contents, technical publications and more.
MathMagic equation image can be opened and edited again.
MathMagic Lite for iOS runs on iPhone and iPad running iOS 6.1 or higher.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

* Universal Binary for both 64-bit and 32-bit
* Documents View has the same grid view interface on both iPhone and iPad
* Blackboard Bold font displays correctly in outlined character for the last Blackboard symbol palette
* Some internal performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Dissatisfiedceleste ,


This is app is really helpful...It could be enhance and be more user friendly if the math sign buttons were bigger (maybe put some buttons on the bottom or side). Also, it would be helpful if there was a division sign, the one that looks like the square root for long division (as well as the other division sign that looks like the line with two dots.) Other improvements can be to have the 'Documents'/close button further away from the other buttons, because it gets accidentally hit numerous times. Next, it would be nice to just select on the screen and have the cursor go to the end of the line instead of trying to have to select on the tiny little space just after the equation. Also, being able to group the documents in folders would be helpful.

Sandoval.bk ,

So cool!!

Really cool app to take notes in. Would love to see it optimized for iPhone 6 resolution, and maybe landscape orientation. Also moving the cursor automatically to the space after so I don't have to click the space in front.

Critiques_yo mamma ,

Thank you thank you thank you

I do not understand why Microsoft Word, Pages, and Google Docs for the IPad do not suppor equations! It seems like such a simple problem to fix and yet a massive oversight! Seriously, get it together.

That being said, this app is the only I’ve found that doesn’t have gimmicks and pitfalls and all the other stupid things these other “equation editors” have! It just gives you options for how to structure your equations, plain and simple. This is EXACTLY what I was looking for and needing.

I use an IPad Pro for school since I have only a heavy computer at home, but I’m in only science classes and frequently have to write scientific papers, this app allows you to write any equation you need, and copy and past it into your word processor.

So again, I say: thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you.

App Privacy

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