The mWater App makes it easy to identify water sources, check on water quality data, and add new test results. The app is open-source, works offline and is a free download in the Google Play Store. You can also use the browser version of the app from almost any modern web browser. Please help us by downloading and trying it out in your area!
Originally intended as a tool to make it easier to record and share the results of low-cost water tests, mWater also provides powerful Water Point Mapping (WPM) tools and the ability to report maintenance issues or service outages.
The free app allows any user to:
- Add new water points, known as Sources, to the cloud-based database
- Display a list of nearby Sources
- See a map of water sources, color-coded based on their most recent test results
- Add new test results to Sources
- Share Notes about a Source, including whether or not it is currently working
We also provide pro-level services on a sliding-fee scale, such as access to the water quality database to download batch results, web-based maps and analytics, and customized installations. Please contact us for more information.
In the spirit of the Water Hackathon event that inspired the mWater App, we are committed to keeping it open-source and free to anyone with an Android phone and an email address.