When you create apps with MST Workshop you can distribute those apps using MST Play. MST Play has all the internal features of MST Workshop but with most of the programming menus removed. Like MST Workshop, MST Play is free to use and distribute. Your customers only see the controls and results that you allow.

Because MST Workshop is not a mainstream program. You will get this warning from your browser “MST-Workshop is not commonly downloaded and may be dangerous.” To get past this warning you can click the “^” next to “Discard” and then click “Keep.”

Now the installer is safely in your Downloads folder. When you open it you are challanged again with safety warnings. Select More Info then Run Anyway in the next dialogs.

Here are some examples of apps created in MST Workshop that were designed to run in MST Play.

This is a demonstration of how a Simplex can fit points to a Gaussian curve.
This is a learning tool for how light passes through a convex lens.
This is an learning tool that demonstrates how conic sections are formed.