Essential This app provides easy-to-use search stepping stones and incredible pictures. Excellent app that enables the user to grasp the unique plant species endemic to the Yellowstone area.
It's a good start. I used this app much of the summer while doing vegetation surveys in and around the park. It was good but missing many, many grass species and some forbs. Much lighter than carrying books deep in the woods.
Awesome Great resource if you are in the region. Figured out many plants!
So Easy to Use This is so easy to use while on a hike. What a pleasure to be able to identify all the wild flowers that have been unknown to me before. It has filled our hikes with a greater appreciation of nature's garden. :-)
Worth the Money! Have found this app so easy to use and so informative while hiking with my kids trying to identify Spring wildflowers! So well-designed!
Best field guide out there... Search is brilliant. Photos show detail and growth habit...this really is the best field guide available. I wish all guides were this well designed.
- Updated RecyclerView for showing plants in list or grid.
- Modified font sizes, styles, and layout of names.
- Added scrollbars and fast-scroll (drag scroll bar down right side) to species list view.
- Fixed bug that occurs after unproductive text search.
- Updated for Android 7.
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