The identification process is not computer-based, it requires human involvement. Therefore each identification is paid using Google's in-app purchase. One plant identification costs 1 USD / 0.7 EUR. If we can't identify your plant, you don't pay anything.
Everybody gets one identification for free as a trial.
Our team will respond as soon as possible, but the identification usually takes minutes or hours. So far, we have been able to identify 90% plants in average.
Each entry includes a complete profile for the given plant including the scientific name, family, common name(s), flowering period, height, habitat and more. Users can search by almost any imaginable means, including color, plant category, flower month, family name, habitat, stem, inflorescence and leaf characteristics.
Lite version of the app is free with 25 plant species. Purchase the full version in-app for $3.99 to unlock all 500 species.
*** Full version requires at least 150 MB of space available on SD-Card – if not connected by WIFI, data charges may apply. ***
It is developed by scientists from four French research organisations (Cirad, INRA, Inria and IRD), and the Tela Botanica network, with the financial support of Agropolis fondation.
Among other features, this free app helps identifying plant species from photographs, through a visual recognition software. Plant species that are well enough illustrated in the botanical reference database can be easily recognized.
This app works on more than 4100 species of wild flora of the French territory, the species list is available through the application. The number of species and the number of images used by the application evolve with contributions of end users to the project.
It doesn't allow the identification of ornamental plants. It works even better than the pictures submitted are focused on one organ. Pictures of tree leaves on uniform background provide the most relevant results.
If you correctly identify a species, you can participate to the project by submitting your observation with the "contribution" button. These contributions subject to a moderation process will be validated collaboratively.
To find this application on the web, go to the following link:
Those who want to contribute more interactively to this participatory science project can go to:
This free app provides valuable features including:
- Save and share articles
- Advanced search
- Document details - including abstracts
Coverage includes: biochemistry, bioenergy, biotechnology, cell biology, development, ecological and environmental physiology, growth, metabolism, morphogenesis, molecular biology, physiology, plant-microbe interactions, structural biology, and systems biology.
Also includes a plant glossary which can be searched through by plant names.
Each plant has detailed information about its care and preferred environment for it to flourish.
Thousands of plants available to search from, including trees, bedding, herbs, shrubs and house-plants.
Search with simple criteria such as plant type and planting location, to more advanced searches including soil type and available sunlight.
The App can also run without internet access, for those times when you're out in the great outdoors.
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(Plant Selector, Plant Chooser, Plant Finder, Gardening, flower glossary, plant dictionary)
Nothing beats Audubon mobile field guides! With 1 million downloads, they are the most trusted authoritative field guide collection in North America. Highest quality at an affordable price.
We are proud that 8% of every sale goes directly to Audubon to support its mission to conserve and protect nature's at-risk birds and wildlife.
Over 1600 North American Wildflower species at your fingertips.
"Beautiful - everything from the photos to the color schemes on this app are just really pleasant to look at." - Robert Mortenson
• This app is optimized for Android Version 2.1+. Suggested minimum device CPU is 800 mhz. The App's 560+ MB database installs directly to the SD card with Version 2.2+. With Version 2.1 the app database must be moved manually to the SD card through Settings.
• PLEASE NOTE: This app is not yet compatible for the honeycomb tablet.
Audubon Wildflowers is your essential guide to flowers in North America. With in-depth info on over 1,600 flowers in the US and Canada, Audubon Wildflowers provides invaluable species information from the renowned Audubon Guides.
• In-depth Descriptions of every species, with authoritative information on appearance, habitat, behavior, and much more!
• Over 3,000 beautiful color photographs detailing each species with extraordinary clarity.
• Detailed range maps highlighting species distribution.
• A comprehensive reference section, which includes detailed wildflower natural history
• Identify with accuracy. Browse by shape, name (first, last, scientific), or by family
• Search by multiple “advanced search” variables including flower shape, size, leaf arrangement, region, color, habitat, leaf venation and more.
• Navigate back and forth between species information, personalized Life Lists and Sightings, search functions and more with ease and clarity.
• Record your field experiences using the Life List and Sighting features. Track a sighting using the device’s GPS, add notes, and save to the App for records of your nature adventures
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The number of species covered and wealth of information included sets a new standard for wildflower identification apps. Though primarily designed for amateur enthusiasts, the breadth of content in WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS also makes it appealing to more experienced botanists. Users can browse the species list by common or scientific name (and even by family!) to locate a plant and access the related information. However, most users will want to rely on the easy-to-use search key to accurately identify plants of interest.
The key's interface is broken down into nine simple categories: growth habit (e.g., wildflower, shrub, vine), flower color, month of year, geographic region, habitat, leaf arrangement, leaf type, duration (annual, biennial, perennial), and origin (native or introduced). Select choices in as many or as few categories as you wish. As you do so, the number of species found is displayed at the top of the page. Once done selecting, the click of a button returns a list of thumbnail images and names for potential matches. Users scroll among the species on the list and tap a thumbnail image to access additional photos, descriptions, and range maps.
WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS includes supporting documents with extensive information on the ecoregions of Washington, descriptions of habitats found across the state, wildflower destinations with best time to visit, insights into how the climate influences the plant communities found here, as well as detailed instructions on how to use the app. Users will also find an extensive glossary of botanical terms, along with labeled diagrams of leaves, flowers, and inflorescences. Finally, detailed descriptions can be found for each family contained in WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS. Tapping on a family name brings up a list of images and names for all species in the app belonging to that family.
Washington and its adjacent areas are home to diverse landscapes containing a wealth of wildflowers, shrubs, and vines. WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS will appeal to individuals of all ages who travel to such areas and are interested in knowing the names and natural history of the plants that they encounter. WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS is also a great educational tool for learning more about plant communities, botanical terms, and how to identify plants in general. A portion of revenues from the app supports conservation and botanical exploration in the region.
Within this app:
Over 100 Useful Plants
15 Poisonous plants
Flash Cards for study
Multiple Choice Quiz
Each plant entry has a picture, description, habitat, growing areas and edible parts or warnings. Content is taken from the U.S. Army Survival manual and open source public records.
The PlantFile Pro is a functional, real-time resource for anyone with an interest in plants – from gardening enthusiasts to professional horticulturalists and landscape designers. It is also ideal for students as it is reliably documented with all botanical features.
The PlantFile Pro App is based on the principal PlantFile.com database, which is networked through Horticultural Colleges.
Key Features include:
-The option to view the plants online or download them locally with the new Download All button to your Android Mobile. This will give you instant access to the plant data and images in remote locations with no internet required.
-The Visual browser allows you to scroll through the plants pictorially, and sort them by botanic or common names.
-Detailed photos for each plant, highlighting growth habit of the mature plant, along with botanic features.
-42 categories of essential information covering all cultivation requirements and botanic features.
-TALK feature for all species, with voice pronunciation and phonetic spelling of botanic names.
-Pest & disease information linked to each plant species.
-Name search function is available within three separate screens – search using common, botanic, family and syn. names.
-Simple search function allows plants to be selected based on practical, simple-use.
-Advanced search capability, including multiple nested search functions on all botanic features, with glossaries.
-Professionals, students and home gardeners can create & save unlimited selected plant lists that can be exported to e-mail, Facebook or Twitter, or to another PlantFile app.
-E-mail reports are PDFs for professional presentation.
Plants are selected by entering all or part of the name, either the Latin botanical name or a common name. Then just select from the result list.
For greatly extended selection criteria to enable more advanced plant selection, please look at the PBO Viewer PLUS edition.
A dedicated data interface is provided for the app, so that it uses the minimum bandwidth possible, usually about half that of the regular web pages.
Finally, you have the option to identify species without the help of a heavy book. You get a comprehensive library full of facts, figures, and images. Learn where you can find certain species, learn if they are edible and how to prepare and cook them.
Find inspiration and experience nature in a whole new way.
LITE version includes 15 species only!
* 180 species - 2000 images
* Extensive description of the species
* Species names in 12 languages
* Scientific identification
* Quiz game
SEARCH AND IDENTIFY SPECIES BY
- fruit, flower, leaf, tree, shrub, etc.
- toxic, edible, allergen, etc.
- berry, stone fruit, apple fruit, nut, etc.
- flowering, ripening, harvesting, etc.
* Guess species from pictures
* Learn to distinguish different species
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anyTide predicts tides from a combination of gauge and model data from around the North Western European Shelf, with particular focus on the British Isles.
Pins show the locations of the tide gauges in the UK National Tide Gauge Network.
The 3D computer model developed at NOC then fills in the gaps between the gauge observation points, with a 1.8Km feature resolution.
With this model, anyTide really can provide a tidal prediction at any point along the UK coast to the nearest 1.8Km.
Note that Tides at a bookmarked location can be viewed with no network connection required.
The tide chart features are:
* zoomable from 12 hours to 3 weeks
* swipe right or left to scroll time periods
* auto and manual height scale from 5m to 15m
* long press to access precise time / height data
The app is free to download. In this state it will provide tidal prediction for all points for the current day.
It will also give tidal predictions for the point (N 53.433 W 3.100). This is just off the Liverpool coast close to the original Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory founded by Joseph Proudman and Arthur Doodson.
A calendar year's worth of predictions for all the British Isles can be purchased from within the app.
Displayed times are shown correctly in GMT or BST, depending on the date.
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
http://www.nerc.ac.uk/about/ is the UK's main agency for funding and managing research, training and knowledge exchange in the environmental sciences.
Our work covers the full range of atmospheric, Earth, biological, terrestrial and aquatic science, from the deep
oceans to the upper atmosphere and from the poles to the equator.
The National Oceanography Centre
http://www.noc.ac.uk/about-us" is a fully-owned research laboratory of the Natural Environment Research Council.
Our world-class research includes:
* physics of estuarine, coastal and shelf sea circulation
* wind wave dynamics & sediment transport processes
* global sea level science and geodetic oceanography
* marine technology & operational oceanography
* We live on an ocean dominated planet - two thirds is covered by water. The oceans directly affect our planet's climate and ecosystems. They are all undergoing massive changes; we need to discover and understand more about them. Our science and research is now more important and relevant than ever.
The National Tidal and Sea Level Facility (NTSLF)
The National Tidal and Sea Level Facility (NTSLF) was established in 2002 to reflect the importance of national sea level monitoring to the public
and government, as well as to the academic community.
The other species groups now available are birds (almost all species accompanied by a vocal sample), butterflies and fish. The identification process is made easier with detailed photos. Several bird and butterfly species are accompanied by pictures based on an age, a gender or a season.
The application is a part of the popular and multi-language NatureGate pages. Connected to the internet, you can click on a link and see the species you have identified in more detail, including additional photos.
The species offered are common in the Northern Europe and the whole Northern Hemisphere. Future updates will provide an even wider selection of species groups, regions and languages as well as many additional interesting features!
Using the application makes species identification easy: simply choose selection criteria in the order you prefer. While observing a plant, you can, for example, define its height, flower colour, or leaf shape. The list of possible species is refreshed and refined each time you select an additional criterion. In most cases, finding the correct species takes only a few easy selections. The identification works the same for all species.
- In English and Finnish
- With In-App purchases, it is possible to identify almost 1,200 species!
- Selection criteria can be chosen according your own preference
- The results are refreshed after each selection
- Photos have been selected to assist the identification process
- Links to the NatureGate pages, where you find more details and additional pictures
- Browsing of species based on scientific, Finnish or English names
- Almost all bird species accompanied a high quality vocal sample
- Keep your own observation diary
- Save species you’ve identified in your observation diary or share them via Facebook or Twitter
The species identification is easy – try yourself!