Digger's Map: Find Minerals 4+

The best geology tool‪!‬

Slava Barouline

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 387 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



# Interested in geology and minerals? Would like to know where gold, silver and gemstone mines are?
# Our unique app offers a massive global database with more than 300,000 locations and 60+ minerals!
# Download Digger's Map, get your hammer and boots and start prospecting today!!!

Digger's Map is a unique app which allows users to find natural resources locations and view them on a map.
It provides access to additional information and includes a powerful location search.

How will you benefit from the app?

# If you're a gem/mineral enthusiast this is the app for you.

The app offers information on countless operating plants, historic mining sites and other locations.

Our app is used by thousands of prospectors and rockhounds. Do not stay behind!
Get Digger's Map app and use the latest technology to learn about minerals and natural resources!

# The database features more than 60 minerals (FREE or available via in-app-purchase) including:

- Coal
- Copper
- Gold
- Gemstones
- Iron
- Marble
- Platinum
- Silver
- Quartz
- Titanium
- Tungsten

# The app includes a global database with more than 300,000 locations.

The database is stored on your device, even if you do not have a reception, you can still search for locations.

# iPad, iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 support.

We made sure our app works on all iOS devices.

If you are experiencing problems with the app, please let us know - we are always happy to help.

# Easy to use and powerful.

The app not only displays the locations on the map, but also allows searching them by a name or filtering them by a development status.

If you are looking for a particular location you can easily find it in the database.

# Add locations to your Favorites, to come back to them later.

# Translated to Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

# We listen to our users and keep adding more features.

If you have good suggestions please let us know.

Prospecting becomes too easy with Digger's Map!
Download the app and try your luck today!!!

What’s New

Version 1.6.4

# Temporarily removed user locations,
# Minor bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
387 Ratings

387 Ratings

McW Explorer ,

Great app

I bought the pack to open all datasets. I really enjoy going on the USGS page and getting as much info as I can about that particular mine or prospect. Some mine locations are really close to the portal or adit, or are way off (several hundred yards to a quarter mile) Still, it’s a really enjoyable app to have and explore areas on the map you may want to check out in the future. If the icons or locations disappear and seem to not be working, click on the compass in the top right corner, then they reappear. Seems to work every time I do that. Enjoy!!!

willowcarver ,

Diggers map

You have the right idea however there are many things to consider when you’re throwing out mine locations. And you cover many of them. But I do not think that it has enough in-depth research it seems like most of mine so that you cover our only major ones are historical major ones. At this moment I don’t have time to go into great depths however the problem I see with it is when I look at mine it is usually an all mine or mine that is someone else’s. If there were overlays to national forest public use landsAccess points it would be a much more helpful app. I wish I could be involved with such a project because I know there are thousands of people out there like me just looking for some recreational gold mining or gem hunting. This app is a teaser to the real thing, and I find myself wishing I could create or be part of creating the real thing. Please excuse some of the mistakes as I’m using voice to text.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have more ideas.

Reggie Rocks and Wood ,

Digger’s Map Find Minerals

I love this app. Very close to accurate on mine locations. I especially like the info tab to see who owns the mine and if it is accessible to the public or closed to the public (privately owned). The minerals listed even tell if what type of rock it is located in. I look mainly for gems/minerals unrelated to what the mine was actually dug for: (gold/silver). I like looking for pyrrhotite, arsenopyrite, chalcopyrite, sphal- erite, galena, molybdenite, tellurides, selenides, magnetite, scheelite, feldspar, sericite, biotite, chlorite, amphiboles, garnet, tourmaline, car- bonates, and fluorite that are associated with gold mines.

App Privacy

The developer, Slava Barouline, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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