app dosn't actually work don't waste your miney
It's very poor don't waste your money as it's not very accurate. So far it has not got one right. It only seems to know 3 birds!!!!! Also very poor communication and back up.
The bird-identifying bit works fine. You can store recordings and upload/identify later, which is important in a rural setting. However, the app as such sucks quite a bit. There's just one button you hit to "record", and a second or 2 later the record starts, and you can hope that the bird you're interested in sings then. The App could be way more useful if it would let you record continuosly and later single out a particular call for analysis. What's bad? Warblr doesn't play well with the "previous apps/tabs history" feature of Android (the square button on the right). Whenever Warblr has been running, that function is delayed or doesn't work at all, all you can do is try it several times and wait a long time, with some luck and practise you can then close Warblr from that view with the view's X button, and Android works properly again until you next use Warblr. For a paid-for app and not the cheapest, this is a bit of a disappointment! For the record: I use Warblr on a Moto G with Android 5.1 (Lollipop).
Great app but crashes phones I've used Warblr a few times now, and while it's been pretty great at identifying and teaching me new birds, it does seem to have a fatal bug. Twice when I've opened it, my phone has gotten stuck in a bad state where: the lock screen is very slow; the phone menus are unstable once unlocked; trying to use the menus will eventually bring up a message saying "System UI has crashed". I think, although I'm far from certain, that both times I've had this problem I have opened Warblr without any signal.
Not sure if it was caused solely by this app but as soon as I first opened it my phone crashed, requiring factory reset.
You can now share your recordings using Clyp.it.