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Ingress Intel Total Conversion (IITC)

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IITC is a browser add-on that modifies the Ingress intel map. It is faster than the standard site, and offers many more features. It is available for desktop browsers, such as Firefox and Chrome, and as a mobile application.

Website | Documentation | Telegram channel

Since the breunigs IITC branch was deleted and Jon Atkins has moved away from development, this repository was created by modos189 to continue some development.


Just want to download/install IITC? Go to

For keeping up with the latest news, release announcements, etc, Follow IITC on Telegram channel

Want to report a bug? Post it to the issues page


This Github page is for those interested in developing IITC further.


To build the browser scripts from source you will need Python (either a late version 2.x, or 3.0+). It should build correctly on Linux and Windows (and, probably, Macs, FreeBSD, etc)

Fork this project, clone to your local machine.

Run the local script to build the code.

If all goes well, output of the build will end up in build/local subfolder.

You can create a custom build settings file, - look in the supplied for details.


To build the mobile app, along with python, you will need

  • The Java JDK (development kit - the runtime JRE is not enough)
  • The Android SDK

Run mobile to build IITC Mobile in debug mode.


The source codes of the site are in a nearby repository:

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