I love this app and use it everyday. But the problem I have is it is real laggy on my btw LG G6 phone. It takes 1-2 seconds to go to different windows or screens and to play the sounds. Please optimize this app to work faster. The Audubon app doesn't have this problem.
My first bird app. It helps me identify birds at our feeder, but then, I find a wealth of information organized in the different categories, like range, sounds, habitat and behavior, etc. The photos really back up identification using the art work. The only problem - I find myself spending more time on the app than I planned!
iBird's Cloud Sync solution has issues - good luck downloading the database; I have given up. Unless you do your birdwatching from the kitchen window, you are going to want the database on your device. That should be the default. Moving on to Sibley ...
Excellent app for novice birdwatchers. I love how by just closing a few characteristics it helps you pinpoint the exact bird.
After using the Audubon app I realized how many of our local birds are missing from this app.
My favorite bird app for identifying common backyard birds.
■ iBird Yard is the low cost garden bird version of iBird
■ iBird 7 optimized to take a fraction of the space
■ All content is instantly available over WiFi
■ Download entire database to SD card for use in the field
■ iBird Cloud Sync backup of Favorites and Notes
■ Hundreds of songs from recordists of the Xeno-Canto community
■ 242 AOU species accounts with latest splits and name changes
■ 34 search attributes; search by Location, Shape, Size, Habitat, Color, Family, etc.
eBird Mobile lets you record the birds you see, adding them to eBird with ease