Posted on Monday, March 18th, 2013 by Uri Halevi
FastFig is a online tool that will help you with math, physics and engineering homework. This awesome service is a combination of a powerful math engine and a proprietary, patent-pending UI that intelligently determines if a user is typing math or text and formats it accordingly. Its collaborative tools allow any users to save their notes on any device, share them with other users around the world, and print or export easily. FastFig does complex math as you type, letting ideas flow from your fingertips. You’ll wonder what you ever did without it…
Whether it’s notes, worksheets or homework, FastFig is the platform of choice for math in the classroom, with it both students and teachers can easily type and solve math online. The site supports Internet Explorer 9 and 10, Firefox and Safari but runs best on Google Chrome as the FastFig’s team strives to insert developer plugins of their product to the Google Docs.
Though it’s currently not mobile compatible, they promise that mobile compatibility is their main development priority. FastFig is free to use for any and all right now (though in the future it will probably cost you something…) so there is no reason why you shouldn’t give it a try.