What’s coming?

I know, you’re not impressed yet. There’s some thing you really wanted, that we haven’t implemented. That one little feature/field/fun tid bit that’s not included. Don’t worry, we’re not done yet. The to do list for iOverlander is ever growing. Here are the big up and coming features that we’re working on.

If you have an idea that’s not here, or if you can help with any of these, then send us an email. We’re always looking for extra help and ¬†feedback!

Ongoing additions:

  • Adding new bulk imports from overlanders who’ve recorded places in the past. If you know of any, submit this form to tell us about it. If you have some and are willing to share, check out these instructions on bulk imports.
  • Cleaning and moderating data. If you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot of info on each place, and there are a lot of places! We’re constantly working through a big list to clean up descriptions, merge duplicates and make everything neat and tidy.


Have an idea for our website or phone app? We want to hear from you! iOverlander is built by overlanders, for overlanders. Our goal is to put the tools in your hands so you can share your expeditions with your friends, families, and others around the world. So, what do you want iOverlander to do for you? Let us know!

What we suspect as likely next features for the web app:

  • Maps showing the routes that each blogger took on their journey
  • Enhanced search functionality
  • GPS Tracks? Budgets? What do you want? Please join the discussion and let us know!

What we suspect as likely next features for the iPhone app:

  • Offline map solution
  • Redesigned user interface that is more responsive and user friendly
  • Enhanced search functionality