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How to Link a License on MATLAB Mobile for Free

MATLAB Mobile is a convenient way to access MATLAB and Simulink from any standard web browser. However, to use MATLAB Mobile, you need to link your MathWorks Account to a valid license. In this article, we will show you how to do that for free.

First of all, you need to have a MathWorks Account that is eligible for using MATLAB Mobile. You can check your eligibility on the MATLAB Online page. Some of the license types that are current with MATLAB Online are:

MATLAB and Simulink Student Suite

MATLAB Student

Campus-Wide License

Academic Teaching Licenses

MATLAB Primary and Secondary School Suite

Academic Individual

Standard Individual


If you have one of these license types, you can link it to your MathWorks Account by providing your license number in the input field on MATLAB Mobile. You can find your license number in several ways:

Type ver at the MATLAB command line. This displays your license number in the first few lines.

Contact the administrator for your organization's MATLAB account.

Go to the License Center on the MathWorks website and look for the License Details tab.

If you do not have a valid license number, you may get an error message saying "Your license number is invalid". This could be because:

The MathWorks Account email address you provided is not eligible for use with your organization's license. See your administrator for eligible domains.

The license number is not current on MathWorks Software Maintenance Service. You can check the service end date in the License Center on the License Details tab.

If you have successfully linked your license to your MathWorks Account, you can start using MATLAB Mobile through your web browser. You can also sync your files with MATLAB Drive, which gives you 20GB of cloud storage. You can also share and publish your scripts and live scripts with others online.

If you need further assistance, please contact customer support.

What are the Features of MATLAB Mobile

MATLAB Mobile is not just a tool for linking a license on MATLAB Online. It also offers many features that let you use MATLAB and Simulink on your mobile device. Here are some of the features that you can enjoy with MATLAB Mobile:

Three Panel Design on the iPad: You can take advantage of the larger screen size of the iPad and work with three panels simultaneously. You can view your files, edit your scripts, and see your results all in one place.

Flexibility to Adjust Screen Size: You can customize the screen size between the Editor and the Command screens by long pressing on the divider and dragging it left or right. This gives you more control over how you want to see your code and output.

Hamburger Menu: You can access all MATLAB Mobile features from a navigation drawer with a hamburger menu. This makes it easy to find what you need and switch between different options.

Recent Files in Hamburger Menu: You can quickly access your five most recent files from the top area of the hamburger menu. This saves you time and hassle when working with multiple MATLAB scripts.

Sensors: You can acquire data from built-in sensors on your device, such as acceleration, angular velocity, magnetic field, orientation, and position. You can stream sensor data directly to the MathWorks Cloud for analysis in MATLAB Mobile or MATLAB Online or save the data to log files when you are offline.

Capture Images, Video, and Audio: You can connect to your camera and microphone from the app and take photos and record audio and videos for further processing and analysis using MATLAB, Image Processing Toolbox, and more. You can capture and save images from the file browser or access it programmatically from your MATLAB scripts.

Learn and Teach: You can use MATLAB Mobile to learn and teach math, engineering, and other subjects that require computational thinking. You can create, edit, and run scripts, and instantly connect results to the concepts


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