• Do you need to conduct  surveys using your own survey not someone else’s template?
  • Do you need to collect geo-referenced data under both on- and offline conditions? 
  • Do you need more than one survey for your project? 
  • Do you need a way to manage your data entry personnel? 

MyQueryForm is an Android mobile application that in combination with SurveyAppMaker lets you do all that, and more.

We invite you to explore MyQueryForm’s principal features and functionalities by testing a sample questionnaire. Download MyQueryForm from Google Play Store and sign in using “guest2018 as project key,  username and password.

VectorAnalytica can also provide survey design assistance with MyQueryForm questionnaires for official surveillance organizations such as  laboratories, quality control departments, research institutions, etc.


For Online or Offline use

Free Android mobile app MyQueryForm records and stores information on the device -- even when offline.

Multilingual & translatable

Ontology/elements glossary is currently available in English and Spanish, but MyQueryForm is translatable into any language if the client provides an ontology/elements glossary beforehand.


All query form elements included on this app are previously validated by our query form builder SurveyAppMaker. All variables collected are saved in standardized formats.

Easy customization

MyQueryForm allows users to design their own survey questionnaire without requiring pre-designed templates or charging extra for customized formats.

Easy to add query forms

MyQueryForm can be used to manage several projects simultaneously, each with one or more different query forms, different staff members, or operating in different geographical locations.

Easy to use interface

MyQueryForm is designed to be intuitive and user friendly on Android devices. Includes secure user log in with project code, userid, and password

build your own survey

After your survey is completed and published on SurveyAppMaker, it's ready to enter data on MyQueryForm mobile app.

Hurricane use case

The video on the right shows an example to explain how we can use MyQueryForm to help in case of disasters. 

The use cases presented were designed to help during Florence Hurricane in 2018.