Works great and a good bit of fun. Especially useful for identifying pines and conifers. Unlike some other tree ID apps, it doesn't require WiFi or data-roaming to function - so is suitable to use in all the remote corners of Britain!
Photos good. - points: Found i am making lots of mistakes with selecting leaf shapes and sometimes at the end it doesn't give enough options but as i'm poring over the app some other bits n pieces are falling into place. ++ points: like to record what i've seen using the app.
Only has 70 or so trees. OK some of the trees we looked up arent native, but there are loads of non native trees. Couldnt find the first (most important) tree we looked for. Needs expanding in its coverage. Otherwise very good. It operates in a sensible way.
Without a doubt this is the best app I've ever downloaded (and consequently the first I've reviewed!). The only issue is saving the location of trees in remote locations without signal, even if your phone can locate itself. Download it, go for a walk, and learn about the world around you :-)
Far too difficult to view your saved trees. You have to open a map and the zoom all the way in and try to find the pinpoint which is where the tree is. Bizarre really. I just want to go and read about the trees I saved in a list. Secondly it seems the list of trees is quite small and often it's not got your tree, but overall it works well.
Tried to identify two trees which have been bugging me for ages but can't seem to find a match. A good app but either the options it gives you don't quite add up or they need to add more species
Performance improvements and other minor (but important) updates and bug fixes.
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