App currently of limited use While with potential, this app has a long way to go. Start it up and you are presented with 6 non-descriptive icons. Click on birds, butterflies, or flowers and you are presented with blank screens which you may eventually figure out that you need to select filters by color, size, season, and/or habitat (the latter doesn't work with birds). You may, again, eventually figure out that you need to tap the text at the top of the screen to display a list of things that fit your filters. As far as I can figure, there is no rhyme nor reason to the list order. It is not alphabetical by first name, last name, latin name, or species name. And the filters don't work properly either. E.g., select black, white, any season, hawk-like and you get Anhinga and Roseate Spoonbill! Are you kidding me? And, yes, by scrolling through the entire list of 200 birds, you'll find Swallow-tailed Kite -- a black & white hawk-like bird. Tap on the state of Florida icon and the app crashes on my Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.3) 7" tablet. This could be a great app for Florida nature lovers but it has quite a way to go.
Excellent info , needs bigger thumbnails I appreciate this very informative app. Wish I could see the images better as the thumbnails are very small . Also would be nice to break each category into sections ie seabirds , swallows etc .thanks !
Update: Still some problems on Transformer Prime tablet This app works great on my Gingerbread Galaxy S phone, but some features simply crash the app on my tablet. The list of parks and environment features don't seem to work, but the flower, butterfly and bird features seem to work. I still love the idea of this app.
This guide is the best I've seen.
Florida I like this app,because you can find everthing
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