After an intense testing period, this February we proudly released QField 1.4 – Olavtoppen.
Olavtoppen!? Yes, the highest point of Bouvet Island, the remotest island on Earth. And sure enough, if we could go, QField would follow us there.
QField 1.4 Olavtoppen stands for even better usability thanks to a handy portrait mode and plenty of new functionality like splitting existing features and compass integration. Thanks to a successful crowdfunding, we added native camera and gallery support.
Read more on our blog and as usual, get it on play store or download it from GitHub.
QField 1.5 is coming
With 1.4 out of the oven, we immediately started working on the next iteration and already have a new beta release. With 1.5 Piz Palü QField brings you awesome features like GPS tracking for lines and polygons, support of soft constraints in feature forms, custom fonts and much more.
You can already check it out by becoming a beta tester.