updated 08:15 pm EDT, Thu October 15, 2009
Ver6.8 improves web content interaction
InfoLogic has released MathMagic Personal Edition 6.8. The equation editor handles mathematical symbols using a simple interface designed to be easy to work with. It reads and writes expressions in LaTex and MathML, and works with any word processor or presentation software such as Pages, Word or Keynote.
Version 6.8 adds support for Google Docs and Zoho Writer, along with Math Type and Omni Outliner. The new version also enhances integration of web content and now stores data as JPEG or GIF files for editing in other software. Plain Text conversion has also been improved.
MathMagic 6.8 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher, with full support for Snow Leopard. Standard licenses cost $70, while academic licenses are also available for $50.