Love this app Super easy way to i.d. flowers. Only recommendation would be for more info about the plant. I like reading about cultural uses of plants.
Overall, I recommend it. However, a little disappointed that the feedback option in the app doesn't work, also the email that the feedback option points to gives an error. Needs some work. I couldn't find 1 of 3 wildflowers plants I looked for today - Great Hedge Nettle. Seems like it's common enough that it should be in there. (Thanks for the reply. I found the Great Hedge Nettle, but it was listed in forest instead of wetlands (which I where I found it, and what the habitat is described online. Also the ones I saw were very strongly purple, but it's listed under pink/red. )
Great for the Pacific NW! With the new Kit Kat update today the program works flawlessly. Additionally, the company (High Country Apps) tried to fix a problem a I was having, on their side, but it was ultimately an android problem. Excellent customer service.
Works well. Used in eastern WA and OR. Comprehensive. Search criteria seem a bit arbitrary Did not download to the SD card.
My favorite app! This is the only app I've ever rated. Love it. Great tech support from Katie.
Useful app. Needs bigger thumbnail pictures. Hard to find the right plant from the tiny thumbnails. Other than that is pretty handy. I wish they would add more plants too out, though.
Updated app to Android API 23 (Android 6.0 Marshmallow).
Fixed name wrapping problem.
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