Excellent app for the new and enthusiastic birder who wishes to improve upon basic recognition. Easy to use but a little light on description and calls are sometimes too short. Probably not for the expetienced birder but really handy when, like me, I need to help my grandchildren with their spotting.
I paid £3.49 each for Sunbird's Bird Id and the Bird Song Id apps but have found neither to be anywhere close to a comprehensive database of all British birds. Sunbird has now produced a more comprehensive bird Id app called 'All Birds UK' for a further £12.99! So rather than updating its original paid bird id apps Sunbird is fleecing its customers for a further £12.99. This is a greedy company that treats its paying customers with contempt and I will refuse to pay for another of their apps. I have since downloaded the iBird Guide to Birds of the UK which is an infinitely more comprehensive and detailed app with many more photos, illustrations, bird calls and so much more information and costs £8.99. My advice would be to buy the iBird app and avoid Sunbird.
Nice idea, but UI clunky. I have not successfully got the automatic recognition feature to work - appreciate that this is a work in progress
Great starter app. I have used it throughout the day but best in the morning when birds are most vocal.
Common American crow, in Alberta. App included ring-necked parakeet as on of the top 3 options. No crow anywhere on the list.
I found it useful when there were few distracting noises.
The world's largest collection of song lyrics + crowdsourced musical knowledge