Featured Apps Gallery

findyourlegFind Your Legislator

At an Open Government workshop during the 2013 Hawaii Digital Government Summit, members of the public were asked “What information does the public want the government to provide?”

State Sen. Jill Tokuda, leading the breakout group on legislative information, reported that members of her group were very interested in an Application that helps Hawaii citizens and residents find their legislative representatives. In response to that request, the state Office of Planning and GIS vendor ESRI developed these public interest Applications (“Apps”) on this website, which is also accessible and optimized for use on mobile devices.

The applications are updated at the start of each legislative session (more frequently, if needed) with current legislative information.

Your 2016 Hawaii State Senate

Your 2016 Hawaii State House


so-appHawaii Sex Offender Search

Hawaii Sex Offender Search is now available for downloading as a mobile application for Android and Apple devices. The Department of the Attorney General, Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center (HCJDC) officially released Hawaii Sex Offender Search, a new mobile application (App) that allows users to search HCJDC’s data base for the names and information of covered offenders registered in the State of Hawaii and to locate their residence and business addresses.

Download from the Google play store                       Download from iTunes


charity-appHawaii Charity Finder

Hawaii Charity Finder gives the public access to the Hawaii Attorney General’s Charity registration database from their mobile phone. Charities that solicit contributions in Hawaii must register with the Attorney General and annually provide financial reports, unless they are granted an exemption by the Attorney General from the registration requirement.

Download from iTunes


evEV Stations Hawaii

EV Stations Hawaii has been awarded the title of Best Energy Mobile Application of 2013 by the Web Marketing Association in its annual MobileWebAwards competition!

The Hawaii State Energy Office has launched a new mobile application designed to help drivers locate publically available electric vehicle (EV) charging stations statewide. The free EV Stations Hawaii app is available for Apple and Android smartphones and mobile devices. The app helps EV drivers locate the nearest charging station, giving them the confidence that they can recharge while they’re on the road.

Download from the Google play store                       Download from iTunes



Why wait inline? Get it done online. eHawaii.gov is your connection to Hawai‘i State government, business, visitor and kama’aina information and services.

Download from the Google play store


Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Business Suite

The State of Hawaii Dep. of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Business Registration Division offers this app to:

  • Renew Annual Reports
  • Search for a business by name and purchase business registration documents filed in the registry like articles of incorporation or LLC agreements
  • Research business history including incorporation date, registered agent, directors, officers, shares, partners, limited liability company members, trade names, etc. Purchase Certificates of Good Standing

Download from the Google play store

Oceanit Laboratories, Inc. and State Civil Defense

Disasters occur throughout the world on a daily basis. myMERCI is a free iPhone app that helps individuals and governments prepare for, and recover from disasters. myMERCI is the lite version of MERCI which has been designed with State Civil Defense & National Guard End Users.

Download from iTunes

Office of Elections, Office of Planning, and Esri

The Office of Planning releases the GIS Electioneering App which illustrates the power of GIS for state decision making. The electioneering maps depict the boundary area allowable for campaigning at each polling place on election days. And now there’s one map that covers the entire state that’s available on smartphones and tablets so it can be used anywhere.  Read more


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Disaster Alert
Pacific Disaster Center

PDC has released a new version of its popular Disaster Alert, a free-download application (“app”) for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices that provides users with instant access to worldwide hazards information. The app informs users of active hazards around the globe —current and near-real time incidents that are designated “potentially hazardous to people, property, or assets”—via maps and lists, with links to other useful information about the events and their potential impacts.  Read more

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BREG mobile app

Business Registration
Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs’ (DCCA) Business Registration Division (BREG) received a 2012 Merit Award for its mobile application suite from the International Association of Commercial Administrators (IACA) at its annual conference. The award was presented at the annual IACA conference in Williamsburg, Virginia on May 21, 2012.The mobile Annual Business Filing, Business Entity Search and Document Ordering suite is a mobile optimized version of BREG’s existing online services. It was custom-designed to help filers renew their annual reports with ease using their mobile devices.  It is one of the first mobile apps in the country for annual renewals and the second mobile app launched by the Business Registration Division of the DCCA.  To access DCCA’s suite of mobile apps, mobile users visit https://business.ehawaii.gov on their mobile device and a mobile version of the DCCA Business Registration Division website will automatically be displayed.