October 10, 2014 in Educational (E)
[prMac.com] Vancouver, Canada - InfoLogic today releases MathMagic Lite 8.91 for Mac, their complimentary equation editor for Mac OS X in the suite of award-winning equation editor products. The brand selected for use by thousands of large publishers, university presses, schools and governments around the world over the last 16 years, MathMagic Lite offers an easy user interface to type mathematical expressions and wide range of scientific symbols, and high quality equation images. It runs on Mac OS X 10.6 or newer.
Since 2012, InfoLogic released MathMagic Lite Editions for Android OS, iOS, Mac OS X and Windows platforms simultaneously to help both mobile users and desktop users write and share technical information more easily and quickly. MathMagic Lite is now available for 4 major platforms to deliver the experience across platforms.
On top of its easy and fast interface to type math expressions and symbols via palettes and keyboard, MathMagic Lite also reads various Math formats including MathML, LaTeX, Plain TeX, Wiki equations, ASCIIMath, MathJax, and MathType, just like their paid versions of MathMagic Personal and MathMagic Pro. It reads all MathMagic Personal and MathMagic Pro created files as well. MathMagic Lite for Mac can save expressions in PNG, SVG, JPG, Math-To-Speech and more. So those equations can be easily used by many other applications and documents including web contents. Math-to-Speech feature reads out math expressions aloud via Text-To-Speech or in a text based sentence so it is useful for learning how to read Math expressions and symbol names as well as for special education purposes.
Unlike the paid versions, MathMagic Lite has some less used or high end complex features disabled or removed, focusing more on K12 Math levels. And colors are converted to grey. High end users who need more advanced features can try MathMagic Personal and MathMagic Pro.
* Mac OS X 10.6 or later including 10.9 Mavericks
* Intel-based Mac
Pricing and Availability:
MathMagic Lite for Mac OS X is free and available immediately for download from the MathMagic website.
Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, InfoLogic, founded in 1996 by Charlie Lee, specializes in technical and desktop publishing (DTP), high quality digital content and Macintosh software development. Released in 1998, MathMagic is its flagship product. Copyright 1996-2014 InfoLogic, Inc. All Rights Reserved. MathMagic, MathMagic Pro Edition, MathMagic Personal Edition, MathMagic Prime Edition, MathMagic Lite Edition, MathMagic logo, and InfoLogic are trademarks or registered trademarks of InfoLogic, Inc. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.