# Scanner App for Math and Science

Mathpix Snip is the ultimate scanner app for creating digital documents containing math equations with the minimum amount of pain.

Mathpix Snip digitizes handwritten or printed text, and copies outputs to the clipboard that can be pasted into LaTeX editors like Overleaf, Markdown editors like Typora, Microsoft Word, and more.

Stop using complicated math editors or typing out complex LaTeX code by hand. Download Snip and get more done.

“If I had known about Mathpix earlier, perhaps I would have had enough time to work out the Grand Unified Theory.”

#### Albert Einstein

“When I lost my .tex file to the Principia, I was devastated. Mathpix helped me effortlessly use equations from the Principia in my new work. I now have more time to stand beneath trees and get hit by apples.”

#### Isaac Newton

“Mathpix's AI definitely passes this Turing test!”

#### Alan Turing

##### DESKTOP

## Go from PDF to LaTeX document in 2 steps

- 1
## Start

by clicking the screenshot button

Or use the keyboard shortcut:

Ctrl + ⌘ + M on Mac

Ctrl + Alt + M on Windows & Linux

- 2
## Paste

the LaTeX into any compatible editor

After you've selected your desired format in the result page, just paste into your document!

##### MOBILE

## Mobile Snip digitizes your handwriting, syncs with web and desktop

Perfect for including text and equations from notebooks or whiteboards in your typed notes.

##### FEATURES

## Recognition features

Snip can very accurately convert images of simple and complicated printed math, text, and tables.

It can also convert images of simple handwritten math, text, and tables.

\Gamma _ { \epsilon } ( x ) = [ 1- e ^ { - 2\pi \epsilon } ] ^ { 1- x } \prod _ { n = 0} ^ { \infty } \frac { 1- \operatorname{exp} ( - 2\pi \epsilon ( n + 1) ) } { 1- \operatorname{exp} ( - 2\pi \epsilon ( x + n ) ) }

\left( \begin{array} c t ^ { \prime } \\ x ^ { \prime } \\ y ^ { \prime } \\ z ^ { \prime } \end{array} \right) = \left( \begin{array} { c c c c } { \gamma } & { - \gamma \beta } & { 0 } & { 0 } \\ { - \gamma \beta } & { \gamma } & { 0 } & { 0 } \\ { 0 } & { 0 } & { 1 } & { 0 } \\ { 0 } & { 0 } & { 0 } & { 1 } \end{array} \right) \left( \begin{array} c t \\ x \\ y \\ z \end{array} \right)

\ell ( \theta ) = \sum _ { i = 1} ^ { m } \operatorname{log} p ( x ; \theta )

6 \mathrm { CO } _ { 2 } + 6 \mathrm { H } _ { 2 } \mathrm { O } \rightarrow \mathrm { C } _ { 6 } \mathrm { H } _ { 12 } \mathrm { O } _ { 6 } + 6 \mathrm { O } _ { 2 }

We can also read large chunks of text that contain multiple lines. This is really helpful for when you want to extract a chunk of text from a PDF because you are unable to copy the source text directly.

% We even support basic tables!

\begin{tabular}{l|l}

Hyperparameter & Value \\

\hline Horizon (T) & 2048 \\

Adam stepsize & \(3 \times 10^{-4}\) \\

Num. epochs & 10 \\

Minibatch size & 64 \\

Discount \((\gamma)\) & 0.99 \\

GAE parameter \((\lambda)\) & 0.95

\end{tabular}

You can find more examples of images that Snip can digitize accurately in the User Guide.

##### PRICING

## Individual and Organizational plans

Choose the plan that’s right for you!

## Mathpix Free

Best plan for most users

## $0

#### per month

- 50 snips

## Student

Best plan for students

## $0

#### per month

- 100 snips
- Must sign up with your school email (*.edu.*, *.ac.uk, *.ac.jp, *.ac.in, *.ac.id)

## Mathpix Pro

Great for STEM professionals!

## $4.99

#### per month

- Unlimited snips

Cancel anytime

- Unlimited snips
## Organizations

For departments, schools, and companies.

## $9.99

#### per month

- First 2 users included

3-49 Users: $4.49 / user

50+ Users: $3.99 / user

Centralized user management

Cancel anytime

- First 2 users included

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## Snip App Downloads

“I tested AWS Textract, Azure Computer Vision, and Google Cloud Vision and Mathpix snip actually came out way ahead.”

#### Nathan Graham

##### Director at Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins

“This is changing my life. Mathpix's "Snip" will let you screenshot an equation, and it will return the LaTeX code. Works passably on handwriting, and nearly flawlessly on pdf equations.”

#### Sean Carroll

##### Physicist, Caltech Professor & Author of

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