Finally, a solution for Mac users looking for full-function mapping software.


At last!

Finding powerful easy-to-use mapping software for Macs has always been a challenge, since most desktop mapping software companies do not produce Mac-compatible versions of their poducts. eSpatial gets around this problem because it is a cloud-based service.

Mapping software for MacseSpatial mapping software for Macs – make all kinds of maps, then publish them online

No compatibility issues

When you sign up for an eSpatial account, you are not required to download any software, plug-ins, add-ons, etc. Everything you need is contained online, and every map you create is stored online, on our secure servers. Because no downloads are required, eSpatial can run seamlessly on Macs or PCs. eSpatial can also be used on mobile devices such as iPads.

Work between machines

If you have, for example, one type of computer in your office (PC) and another at home (Mac) you will have the same experience on both machines. Any map you create on one computer will be automatically saved in eSpatial, to be accessed from either machine at a later date.

Share maps across your network

You can share eSpatial maps or embed them in a website using a Mac, in exactly the same way you do on a PC. That is, you can email links or you can cut and paste a short code generated by eSpatial. If you email a map to someone, the recipient of the email does not need to have an eSpatial account to view the map – it is simply a link to a web page. The link can be accessed from a PC or a Mac computer, or even an iPad.

Collaboration has never been easier

Because eSpatial is cloud-based, it removes barriers to collaboration, and enhances team-building. If you have an eSpatial Team or Enterprise account, you can set up access privileges using the Groups and Users function. This will allow you to work on maps with colleagues. It doesn’t matter what type of computer – Mac or PC – that you or your colleague use. You will have exactly the same high quality experience using eSpatial.

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