The more mature products (2014)
XeLaTeX and pdfLaTeX, biber and biblatex.
Based on the most recent TeXLive.
- Open-source version of ShareLaTeX for self-installation.
- Overleaf (formerly WriteLaTeX)
XeLaTeX supported since March 2014.
Based on the most recent TeXlive.
Both the above have collaborative-editing features. Both have free access for limited projects, but require subscription for larger projects or collaborative teams.
Others of varying levels of activity (2014)
FlyLaTeX (self-hosting; free and open-source)
- TeXTouch (iTunes, iPhone editor, can compile when online)
- Verbosus (with Android and iOS apps)
- Blue Publications
- LaTeXLab - requires your Google login details :-(
- Pine from Sayahna.orgIn alpha test (a document processing system in the cloud that makes use of MediaWiki and its resources)
- CloudTeX from Sayahna.org
XeLaTeX and LuaTeX supported. Working prototype available to testers.
- A different CloudTeX Seems to have gone quiet as of 2013.
XeLaTeX and LuaTeX available, but limited Unicode fonts.
- ScribTeX (phased out as of Feb 2013, in favour of ShareLaTeX, but still exists)