Downloaded the Android App to my phone as urgently wanted to report a Giant Hogweed sighting on a public footpath. However, after numerous attempts to log a report and it failing to submit, 8 days later I've just tried via my desktop computer (and had to complete the sighting info again). This time the photo did upload and the data looks to have been submitted. Pointless App if I can't get it to work with my mobile as it's when outside you need it.
No problems logging in as reported by others - found it very easy. Great app for reporting invasive species but might benefit from a dynamic map for each plant (although wouldn't work offline I guess,....)
Good until latest version Initially very simple. Then an upgrade? Since then too complicated to enter data on small phone screen while out braving the elements due partly to screen layout.
I'm really appalled by the complete lack of help in this app . It's much needed, as the registration process doesn't seem to work, so I can't use it. It looked so pretty too, especially the logo. Please sort this out developer, or you'll harm the cause.
A few bugs Thought this would be good to get to know invasive species, but Gallery images dont scroll, you can only view first image. Also Similar species only visable after rotating phone.
Over complex Complex registration process - this is a plant reportjng tool not a banking app! No save button unintuitive no context sensitive help
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