Beautiful guidebook and companion, charming enough to become my new 'Golden Guide'. This latest version works fine on my Samsung S5. Only problem is in getting data onto ext SD card. Intuitive to use. The app is a rich resource, and has much more information than just what's strictly needed for ID. The selection of photographs is very full. Only problem is that the S5's application manager lets me move the app to ext SD card, but the data stays put on my critically overloaded phone. I'm now envying the S6's all-internal memory, and will have to accept using the app online only. BUT maybe the S5 is recent enough to deserve support, even if 2015 does seem such a long time ago...
Improved Would like to see support of landscape mode, and multi-touch zoom for photos.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Trouble downloading, but it eventually went through.
What license do I have to purchase. ?..wth
Very outdated Some users comment that the Audubon apps don't work of Samsung S4. FYI, they don't work on S5 either. The apps were useful on my 4-yr old HTC Desire so this is very disappointing
Doesn't work on Samsung S5 Very disappointed that this app doesn't work on my new phone. It worked well on my old Droid Razr. Not getting what I paid for when they don't keep up with the newer phones.
Some improvements and optimizations.
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