ATLAS.ti Mobile

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About this app

ATLAS.ti is a leading Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) software for personal computers.

ATLAS.ti Mobile for Android now offers an easy way to collect data in the field. Start basic analysis on your smartphones or tablets while still on the way home. Collect data and quotations, and create codes or memos on the go. Then later, easily transfer them to the desktop version of ATLAS.ti for further analysis.

If you are new to ATLAS.ti, ATLAS.ti Mobile for Android gives you an overview of ATLAS.ti's approach to QDA.

ATLAS.ti Mobile is the perfect tool for interviews -

Record audio or video on location, then start segmenting and coding on the way home. Once there, just transfer your project to the desktop version of ATLAS.ti to fully leverage its analysis tools, visualization, and team collaboration.

At work, at home, or anywhere in between, ATLAS.ti keeps you moving right along!

Check out for more information.

- Create ATLAS.ti projects
- Record, assign, segment, and code photos, audio, and videos
- Assign, segment and code existing photos, audio, and videos
- Create and edit text documents
- Import plain text files
- Create fine-grained quotation segments in text, images, audio and video files
- Write comments for marked data segments; write descriptions for your codes, and comment on your project
- Write memos to capture your thoughts and ideas
- Tag images, recordings, videos, and documents with geo-location info
- One-step export of full project

"take pictures and videos" and "record audio"
- You can record interviews or take pictures and add them as documents in ATLAS.ti

"precise location"
- You can store the location where you created a document. You can turn off this feature in the settings

"modify or delete the contents of your USB storage, read the contents of your USB storage"
- store, edit, delete created ATLAS.ti documents

"read Google service configuration" and "full network access"
- this is needed for the integration of Google Maps

"control vibration"
- short notification when you started to create a quotation

"prevent tablet/phone from sleeping"
- the device should not go to sleep while playing/recording audio or video

"read phone status and identity"
- handle interruptions while recording audio or video documents
Updated on
Apr 12, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

121 reviews
A Google user
December 1, 2019
My first attempt to use was quite tricky as I am on android. Thus, no pdf documents could be attached to which is what I was looking forward to. However, I could upload my pics. Now I'm trying to attach my voice recording. Hope it works and I could upload it to my cloud storage.
6 people found this review helpful
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Abebe M G/tsadik
April 27, 2021
Perfect software for qualitative data analysis but 8 and 9 are not free for people who can't buy the license
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Odile Robertson
June 16, 2022
App keeps crashing. Can't do anything on it.
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What's new

*HOTFIX*: If you exported a project from the previous version you need to rename the file: add .hprm to the end of the name. This way it will be imported correctly into the desktop applications.
*IMPORTANT*: Reworked the export procedure.You can no longer export from the projects overview. Instead you have to go into the project and export the project via the stripes menu.You can now pick a location where the project should be saved. Make sure to keep the ".hprm" at the end of the file name!