MathBrush is an intuitive system that recognizes mathematical expressions as you draw them. It recognizes a wide range of mathematics, including polynomials, integrals, and matrices. The MathBrush app offers many features to provide best experience for entering and manipulating handwritten mathematics. Through the MathBrush app you can save your expressions, manipulate them, or export them for a document or a web page. MathBrush exports LaTeX, MathML and image formats, which can be viewed on-screen or shared by email. MathBrush also allows you to manipulate the expression by applying operations and getting results. The manipulation results can also be shared in different formats.
Using the MathBrush app, you can draw a mathematical expression and the typeset of the recognized expression is displayed for quick feedback. MathBrush offers intuitive gestures to facilitate the editing of the expression and to provide a great user experience. Refer to the Guide for detailed information and video tutorials.
Instead of re-writing parts of the expression that are misrecognized, MathBrush offers recognition alternatives for symbols and sub-expressions for you to choose from.
Latex and MathML
MathBrush generates the Latex and MathML of the expression. You can copy the Latex form and use it in a latex document or use the MathML in a web page.
For better recognition results, you can train the recognizer to accept certain ways of drawing some symbols by providing multiple samples of those symbols. Save the training samples in a profile and use it as your active profile. Multiple profiles can be stored and one of them can be activated at any time.
MathBrush allows you to manipulate input expressions using the Sage Computer Algebra System and obtain results. You can also manipulate the resulted expressions. For each expression, the operations listed for you to choose from are dynamically generated based on the type of the expression.
MathBrush allows you to share the input expression and/or the manipulation results through email. You share a picture, latex, MathML or the MathBrush format to include in the email. If you choose to attach the MathBrush file format, the receiver of the email can open the attachment using the MathBrush app and continue working on the file. You can also save images of the input expression and/or the manipulation results in your photo library.
You can change the settings in MathBrush to personalize its look and behaviour.
MathBrush offers in-app purchase for sharing the expressions and for unlimited expression sizes. For expressions manipulation, MathBrush provides a free trial period after which you can choose to subscribe to the feature.
You can use the help option within the app for quick tips on using the MathBrush app and for best user experience.