EquatIO Mobile

Use EquatIO Mobile

Want your eyes to completely bug out of your head!? You have to try out EquatIO mobile. It allows you to WRITE math on PAPER and then convert to typed math and then magically show up in your Google Slides (or other Google Apps.)


1. Create Google Slides

You can actually use Docs, Sheets, Drawings, or Forms. Step one is to have a document open on your computer (not a mobile app.)

2. Click the EquatIO Chrome Extension

EquatIO is a Chrome extension so make sure you’re in Google Chrome. Install the Chrome extension and click the icon.

EquatIO Chrome Extension

The EquatIO toolbar must be present at the bottom of your Google Apps document to register with m.equat.io.

EquatIO bar at the bottom

3. m.equat.io

On your phone or mobile device open up Chrome for Android or Safari on iOS. Go to the website m.equat.io. Any Google Apps that are open on your computer AND have the EquatIO bar open at the bottom will appear under “Active documents.” Tap on the document you wish to send your EquatIO to.

4. Take a Picture

Within Equat.IO you have the option to take a picture of math written on paper, write math with your finger or stylus, or to voice type your math. Choosing the camera option you will take a picture of paper where you have written math.

5. Crop the Image

You can use your finger to draw a rectangle around the parts of the paper that have math.

6. Save as Math

Tap the green checkmark to indicate you are done cropping. Choose the option “Save as math” to have it convert your handwriting into EquatIO typed math.

7. Confirm

m.equat.io will confirm with you that this is the expression you want to send to the Google Slides (or other app you chose.) Tap the blue “upload” button to send to Google Slides.


Magically in front of your eyes, the math expression on your phone is now on your Google Slides!

insert equatio into slides

Free for Teachers

EquatIO mobile is a premium feature of EquatIO. However, it is free for teachers. Fill out the form on this page to secure your free premium account.Free for teachers texthelp form

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