great app could be better tho.... living in california ive noticed the app just has the most common trees an srubs.. theres quite a bit of trees the app is missing like the silk oak an scrub oak for example....
Pretty good Useful to narrow possibilities based on zip code and match leaf shape. For free it is worth it.
I sooo love irony. A "Tree" app with "Bug" fixes! Gotta love it! Maybe it should be called Tree Pesticide Database. Hee hee!
Awesome Great app!
Won't Work with data on SD card (Android 6.0) Application works fine if data saved to device but shows 0 trees in all circumstances if saved to SD card even though download process proceeds fine. Problem is that this is a lot of data for device memory. I suspect that app doesn't know how to deal with new Android memory protocols.
This is a great app Here's some tips for people having problems: finding plants by keying them out can be difficult because you may not have all the parts of the tree on hand. If you know what your tree may be I suggest displaying all trees and typing the type of tree into the search box.(i.e. if you know you are looking at an oak, filter the trees to oak and look within those results.) to display all trees you have to set the app to ignore location and display all trees. This will show you all of the 969 trees in the app.
Application "Whose leaf is it?" will help you in identifying trees
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