A must for everyone who cares about nature This app shows plants and animals that live in your area (based on your phone’s GPS coordinates) if they have been previously spotted there. This limits the number of displayed species and means that you don’t have to look at grizzly bears if you are currently in Australia. Pictures and Wikipedia links further help you to quickly identify species during your outings. The app derives its knowledge from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Database. This database is fed by hundreds of scientists and nature lovers around the globe. However, some common species may not be listed in your area if you live in a remote spot. But you can make additions to the GBIF Database with a simple tap on your phone if you spot an animal or plant and know what species it is (to do so, you will need to register at the anymals+plant website). Other users will benefit from your input, and moreover you can make an important contribution towards protecting your environment, for instance by reporting foreign species that have moved into your area. And you can take pictures and upload them to support your claim that you really have spotted a koala in California.
While the app's content may be useful, its interface makes it unusable. Terrible design and zero usability.
Needs improvement It is a really good consept of an app but I went to location finding in australia and it only come up with a few birds nothing else and the help needs a way to send a message for help
Crap Can't even spell correctly. Also, no plant info. waste of time and data usage.
Bad It needs to allow you to actually find animals by a certain location. Thanks for the useless app?
Crappy app nothing usefully for me Poop app real poopy
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