Valuable Assistant As I get better with id'ing plants, I would like more features included. Still great app, but would be amazing, if integrated more fully with standard android functions. Let me record GPS waypoint for plant location, so I can navigate to it. Street address is meaningless in the woods. Use GPS tags with photos. I would gladly pay for upgrade, if integration with android APIs included. Love search ability, link to USDA, and large database. Overall design is still excellent for free app!
Looking for something like this! As a nursery professional I have been looking for something simple in which I collect pictures, information to show customers, but I wanted to pick the photos, a grove of this, that plant as groundcover etc...PLUS, my own plant geekiness can enjoy having an app to store pictures of rare, unusual or specimens. For those giving this low ratings because its not good for you, this is really something for professionals or serious GEEKS!!!!
Each button does nothing. What am I missing? This app is completely useless to me. If it's for people to make their own notes on what they see, and already know? well...a good note app like COLOR NOTES would work better. I just don't get it
Underwhelming This app appears to be US-centric, text-based and limited number of plants. For example (text-based) searching for Michaelmas Daisy yields nothing. Contrary to one review, it can't search from a captured image. You can look at images if you select the plant groups, but this isn't what I would call a search, unless you're hoping to take over from Google's servers. Perhaps you can save your own images in Notes, but what does this add to say Keep? All-in-all underwhelming.
Great app! About time one was "U.S. centric" as one complainer noted! Also, if you're smart enough to figure the app out and use it, it's very useful and helpful.
Useless I searched common plants with zero results found. And this is about plants??? Don't waste the time on this.
Added pictures for families, and more info for species detail
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