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Include everyone in your math classroom

Equatio is an advanced equation editor used by millions of K-12 teachers and students. It makes math digital and accessible. Students can speak, draw, or type problems and equations directly onto their devices. Teachers can use Equatio to save time when it comes to creating accessible math lessons and assessments.

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Make math accessible

Writing math notation on a computer can be difficult for students in special education who have cognitive, motor, or dexterity issues. With Equatio, the alt text is generated behind every piece of math. Formula prediction supports students with learning difficulties and those who find it difficult to remember or understand symbols or functions. Equatio’s graph editor is compliant with WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards, supporting low vision and blind students.

Remove barriers to inclusive math

Remove barriers to learning and give students who struggle the tools they need to engage in grade-level learning alongside their peers.  Mitigate learning loss by helping students who are behind in math to catch up and get back to where they should be.  With Equatio, math becomes more than just numbers, and students can participate by reading, writing, listening, and speaking math.

Create independent learners

Students with dyscalculia, dyslexia, dysgraphia, and students who might struggle with math anxiety can engage with math and science content in ways that suits them best, whether it’s using math-to-speech, speech input, or handwriting. Equatio’s speech input also helps students with low motor functions work without a scribe and read math aloud.

Visualize math problems

Equatio mathspace allows visual learners to combine equations with geometric shapes, manipulatives, and dynamic graphs to understand concepts. Equatio provides many different ways for students to think and learn mathematically. Instead of emphasizing “the one right way” to think and do math, Equatio opens up possibilities for diverse learners.

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Features - at a glance

  • EquatIO Equation Editor icon

    Equation editor: Create your math and science expressions by typing right into the editor. Use Prediction to insert fractions, exponents, operators, formulas, chemical symbols, and more.

  • Scientific Calculator icon

    Desmos Scientific Calculator: Access the Desmos Scientific Calculator for basic sums, trigonometry, roots, functions, exponents and more.

  • Icon EquatIO Mobile

    Equatio Mobile: all the tools for digital math, right at your fingertips, on a mobile device or iPad.

  • Equatio Screenshot Reader Icon

    Screenshot reader: Turn any equation across the web into accessible, editable math with the Equatio Screenshot Reader.

  • EquatIO Handwriting Recognition icon

    Handwriting recognition: Handwrite math expressions using a touchscreen device or mouse pointer.

  • AI Icon

    Forms Creator: Create math assessments in Google Forms with the help of AI. Simply choose the grade, topic, and number of questions you need and Equatio will do the rest.

    • Desmos Graph icon

      Desmos Graphing Calculator: Create and customize single or multiple graphs, plot ordered pairs or tables of points and more, with this tool powered by Desmos graphing calculator.

    • Icon EquatIO Mathspace

      Equatio mathspace: a web-based tool that allows math learners to work freely in a digital space with equations, shapes, and freehand drawings.

    • Icon EquatIO Latex

      LaTeX Editor: Equatio’s technology has taken the hard work out of creating and editing LaTeX expressions.

    • Stem icon

      STEM Tools: Equatio is not just for math educators. We’ve got tools for science teachers too. With a chemical formula writer, periodic table, and more.

    • Equatio Speech Input icon

      Speech input: Dictate equations and formulas aloud. Equatio understands what you’re saying, turning your spoken input to written expressions.

    What educators say about us

    Discovering Equatio was the real turning point for me and my students, finally we could all learn math in a fully digital and inclusive way.

    Where does it work?

    Equatio supports inclusion everywhere - across apps and tools, making schools’ entire digital environments “MathCcessible.” From Windows, and Google Chrome to iOS and OXS, Equatio supports learning across virtually all digital environments.

    It also integrates seamlessly with many popular learning management systems. This means that your students can work with Equatio in the environments that are familiar to them.

    How can you try or buy Equatio?

    Free 30-day trial

    Free access to all EquatIO features for 30 days - ideal for teachers or parents who want to try Equatio.

    No Credit Card Required

    Free district-level pilot

    Experience a full roll-out of Equatio for a large group of users. Includes access to all premium features and implementation materials.

    Check out pricing

    Our pricing page provides guide prices for Equatio - contact our Sales team to get specific pricing based on the number of users who need a license.

    Do you need to purchase a single license for personal use?

    If you’re a teacher, parent or individual who wishes to purchase their own Equatio license, please use our store.

    You can purchase up to 10 single licenses using your credit or debit card.


    • Equatio works inside your most common Google applications such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms, and now even Jamboard.

    • Yes, we have a direct LTI with some of the largest LMS providers such as Canvas, Schoology, and Brightspace. You may also use our web toolbar to insert math into other LMS systems such as Moodle & Blackboard.

    • No, Equatio can work across many subject areas. We have hundreds of Chemistry compounds and Physics formulas built right into our equation editor.

    • Equatio has a premium subscription available for users and a free version able to users. With our premium subscription you will have access to a wealth of prediction, including formulas, matrices, and the ability to favorite items. You also will have access to alignment buttons, dynamic graphing, the Copy Math As button, Mathspace (WebApp) for remote learning, and other premium features included within the product.

    • Most definitely. Equatio has a standalone webapp which allows for teachers to instructionally design unique and engaging learning opportunities for students. Students can then respond to those assignments.

    • Yes, we have a case study that you can read up on here. This will provide you with one teacher's journey with Equatio.

    • Your subscription means everyone can enjoy the benefits of Equatio across all platforms including Windows, Mac, Google Chrome, Mobile, and mathspace.

      Our Learning and Training resources for each product can be accessed at any time on our website. Get up to speed with our software through our learning resources, then verify your expertise by taking part in our certification program.

      Our support site gives you access to lots of common questions that other users of our software have about the technical stuff. If you can't find what you're looking for there, then our Tech Support team is on hand at support@texthelp.com 9-5pm every day to help with troubleshooting or technical problems.

      We're always working on making our products better, so any improvements or enhancements are pushed out automatically to you, there's no upgrading to do on your part.

      Plus, you now get free access to the Texthelp Academy for how-to information, video tutorials, product webinars and lots more.

      All of this is included as part of your subscription. We do not charge any extra for these services.

    • You can see a full history of updates to Equatio in the Texthelp Academy.

    • You can see the differences between Equatio and MathType on our comparison page.