Not an exhaustive list This app for the most part is good. My only beef is that the species list is not an exhaustive one for the wasatch front.
Best plant id app If you live in SLC or Utah valley and you get outside at all you need this app. Works flawlessly on my iPod touch and my Galaxy Note II. Huge list of species, awesome pictures, and an easy search tool make plant id simple. Totally worth the money.
Love it I have used a black and white paper "search by characteristic guide" for years that I have really enjoyed - this is like that, only so much better because of the pictures, descriptions, maps and tidbits. I use it, all the time.
So much better than anything else for plants. I hope these guides get yo more areas in the US.
- 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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