IBird Identify birds by color or sound great app.I have paid version on IPhone but phone died now new phone can't pay twice so use free version
Waite-ing for falcon. No falcon.
Great We were birding in the Smokies and I was playing with this app, checking out the bird calls of the Cardinal... next thing I knew there were two cardinals sitting in the tree over my car. harassment I know but I didn't do it on purpose. Great app
Ok but omits species Just a "taste test" and not a full meal deal. Blue Jay is absent, for example. Not useful and waste of space (huge app.) Uninstalling.
North American only Couldn't find any info so downloaded it and found only 50 North American birds. Disappointed but as free nothing lost. Seemed to work ok on Galaxy S2. ibird UK (Apple only) costs £1.99 this month and looks good.
Love it This app is a great tool. I especially like that it has recordings of the birds. Hearing what a bird sounds like is much beter than trying to read what noise the bird makes.
Big changes in this demo update.
■ Free demo version of iBird Pro 6.
■ Completely revamped user interface.
■ The app reads all of the data it needs from a single file.
■ iBird will prompt to clean up any old extracted databases it finds. Give it a few minutes to finish.
■ Favorites and notes are preserved as long as the user does not uninstall the app.
■ For details on the latest version see http://ibird.com/hub2/android/. Scroll to the bottom for issues with memory space.
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