This is a selection of applications using MathJax — showcasing some interesting examples that may serve as inspiration.

An extended list is available here.

**ePub reading systems**

We’ve helped Readium, the IDPF’s reference implementation for ePub3, and other ePub3 reading software to use MathJax for MathML support (which is required for MathML readers). You can find more information on our resource on epub reading software.

**iOS, Android, OSX and Windows 8 Apps**

- open source iOS sample app
- open source Android sample app
- open source Windows 8 Metro app
- WritingKit, a markdown+mathjax editor for iOS
- The Graphics Codex, a 3D graphics reference guide.
- marked, a markdown+mathjax live-preview for any text editor.
- Maxima, an Android implementation of the classic computer algebra system.
- EQ Writer, a markdown+MathJax text editor for iOS.
- Learn Algebra, an android app with interactive content and exercise.
- Algebra1 Solver, Android application that solves algebraic expressions.

**Document Preparation**

- Pandoc a universal text document converter with extensive MathJax support
- Nested (structured document creation)
- kramdown a markdown parser in ruby with MathJax support
- Qute, text editor with live-preview for Markdown and MathJax.
- Example of MathJax in Google’s html5slides

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