In the last decade, consumer electronic devices such as smartphones, are packaged with small cameras, gyroscopes, and accelerometers, all sensors allowing autonomous deployment of aerial robots in GPS-denied environments. Our previous work , demonstrated the feasibility of using smartphones for autonomous flight. In many applications, there is a large interest to the use multiple autonomous aerial vehicles in a cooperative manner to speed up the operation of the mission. In this work, we present the first fully autonomous smartphonebased swarm of quadrotors. Multiple vehicles are able to plan safe trajectories avoiding inter-robot collisions, optimizing at the same time a given task and concurrently building in a cooperative manner a 3-D map of the environment. The sensing, sensor fusion, control, and planning are all done on an offtheshelf Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone using just the single camera and IMU available on the phone. The work allows any consumer with multiple smartphones to autonomously drive a swarm of multiple vehicles without GPS, by downloading an app, and have the swarm cooperatively map a 3-D environment.