Viewing Fusion Table data on mobile devices

We’ve talked a bit about Google’s Fusion Tables product before — a great way to turn a table full of data (such as an Excel spreadsheet) into a fully functional map!
The maps can easily be shared through a Google Maps interface or even in Google Earth, but the mobile support for Fusion Table projects has been pretty weak. That’s where the folks from Build-A-Map have stepped in, with a new product called My Fusion Tables.


My Fusion Tables a mobile application that allows you to browse, view, and map data from Google Fusion Tables on both mobile phones and tablets. You can find it in the iOS App Store or on Google Play.
Have you built any interesting applications with Fusion Tables? How well do they work in My Fusion Tables?

About Mickey Mellen

Mickey has been using Google Earth since it was released in 2005, and has created a variety of geo-related sites including Google Earth Hacks. He runs a web design firm in Marietta, GA, where he lives with his wife and two kids.


  1. Jon Zetterberg says:

    I am having trouble finding this app for iOS and Android. Are there any other apps that will open fusion tables?

  2. Same here — no longer available for iOS at least, and I’m not seeing any alternatives… Any chance of a first party solution?

  3. I just downloaded FT Tables for iPhone. The interface is old school and the app doesn’t have any ratings, so I am reluctant to use and sign in to Google through this app.

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