Over 10 years of supporting researchers
We are committed to operating a reliable and proven service that can only be achieved by leveraging the know-how of "Acaric,"
a job-hunting website with more than 150,000 registered users to date, and Acaric's experience in supporting many academia personnel.
Japanese language support
Cloud LaTeX, born in Japan, is the first service to natively support Japanese LaTeX.
There is no need to configure or look up detailed instructions for creating Japanese documents. Simply select a template and edit it to create a Japanese document.
Full Lineup of Templates
The more than 100 templates include LaTeX templates for Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, templates that conform to the contents of the LaTeX textbook "Bibunsho", and more.
There are also templates for academic conferences and journals, for the "HuiFont" Japanese handwriting font, and for novels and essay books.
Many LaTeX style files are also available including ceo.sty, which is used in the monthly magazine "Mathematics to university", jecon.bst and IEEJtran.bst, which are useful for bibliography management.
Dropbox and VSCode integration
Your sources can be synchronized to Dropbox while maintaining their hierarchy, so you can use it simultaneously with your local environment or share it with co-authors.
You can also use your VSCode instead of the browser's editor, allowing you to create TeX documents comfortably in your familiar settings.
Commitment to security and ease of use
For researchers, research documents are second only to life. All connections are SSL, files are encrypted and strictly controlled.
You will also have access to the latest full version of TeX Live (stable and development), SyncTeX, which enables double-clicking in your source to jump to the equivalent place in the PDF and vice versa,
file versioning and restoration, and much more.