Ingress Intel Total Conversion Community Edition

A rewrite of the map

IITC-CE is a powerful browser add-on that modifies and enhances the official Ingress intel map. It is faster and more feature-rich than the standard map, making it an essential tool for players of the Ingress game. The add-on is available for both desktop browsers like Firefox and Chrome, and as a mobile application like Android and iOS.

IITC-CE (aka IITC) completely changes the way you interact with the map, providing a more efficient and user-friendly experience through the use of hardware acceleration and a wide range of plugins. The platform has become the foundation for many tools used by players from both factions, including several confidential plugins for coordinating operations with a team of agents and public plugins that are available to all players.


Read the IITC documentation on our wiki.

You can discuss IITC-CE or get help on subreddit /r/IITC and IITC Group [XF] telegram group.

Also follow the IITC News telegram channel for news.

Development / Report Problems

For those who want to contribute and help with development of the add-on, the source code is available on the project's GitHub repository where you can also report bugs.
You can also join the IITC development community and participate in discussions on the matter.


IITC-CE are open-source projects and rely on the contributions of its community to keep it running.
If you are finding the tool useful and would like to help keep it running, please consider making a donation to support the project.
Your contributions will help pay for the domain and server costs.

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IITC Button v2.0

Why is this a big deal? For a long time, the extension suffered from a lack of automated testing, which led to hard-to-reproduce bugs. This was solved in the lib-iitc-manager library, which is responsible for handling UserScripts. In general terms, IITC Button is now the GUI for the lib-iitc-manager.

# What's new

* Many bugs have been fixed, including bugs when installing IITC plugins without categories, overwriting built-in plugins, deleting the last plugin in a category.
* Improved compatibility with classic UserScripts managers. For example, all plugins from the Community plugins collection were tested and they all worked (however, three of them do not work in GreaseMonkey in some cases).
* Reworked the system for opening plugins via a link. First, the prompt to install a plugin appears only if it is an IITC plugin. Second, it does not break the current page (unlike TamperMonkey in Firefox in some cases).
* Added the ability to search for installed plugins. Inaccurate search is supported.
* Following changes in the IITC infrastructure, the "test" update channel has been removed. Instead, the use of addresses with PR artifacts has been simplified.
* Added support for the IITC Button build for Safari (not available in the AppStore).

IITC Button has an average of 7k weekly users in Chrome and 1k daily users in Firefox. But if you haven't used IITC Button before because of bugs with plugin management or plugin functionality, try IITC Button 2.0.

# Download IITC-CE

IITC Button 2.0 is already available in Firefox Add-ons and Chrome Web Store. If you haven't received the update yet, you can go to your plugins page and run an update check.

# Get involved

* In case of errors and suggestions feel free to open the issue
* Help with translation of components on the Weblate translation platform
* Add plugins to our collection of community plugins
* You can also help pay for the domain name and server by making a donation