Mergin Maps

We hope you’re enjoying the new experience!

We're excited to announce significant updates to our ecosystem. Over the past few months, we've dedicated ourselves to redesigning both the mobile app and dashboard, aiming to enhance your overall experience. 

The new design unifies the look and feel of the mobile app and dashboard for a more integrated experience. There are also several key features that have been included for both the app and dashboard:

Mobile app:

  • Frequently used buttons moved to the main toolbar in the map view
  • Sync, Layers and Add are now in the toolbar
  • Projects button is moved to the 'More' menu
  • New button to activate streaming mode when recording for line and polygon layers
  • Ability to select multiple features at once by long-pressing a spot on the map
  • Improved form and widget layouts
  • In the 'Projects' menu, the active project is pinned to the top of the list


  • UX redesigned to match the mobile app
  • Help button added to the top right
  • Manage members for Workspaces and Projects in a single view on the 'Members' tab
  • Collaborators tab added to the Project view so you can manage individual user rights for each project

There are many more new features for you to explore, click the link below to see an interview with our Product Manager, Tomas Mizera, to find out more!

Tell us what you think!

We’d love to hear about your thoughts on the new app and dashboard experience. We’re always happy for users to leave us a review or feedback. Currently, we’re having a competition for the chance to win a free Mergin Maps Admin Essentials training if you leave us a review on G2.  

We aren’t stopping here, we’re already planning the next updates for the app. If you have any features you’d like to see in an upcoming release, make sure to stop by our Wishlist page where you can request and vote on features you’d like to see in the app!

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