The Sealife Tracker project aims to collect much needed data on both invasive and climate change indicator marine species around the UK coastline. It is a unique partnership between the British Sub Aqua Club, the Marine Biological Association, the Environment Agency, Scottish Natural Heritage, The Scottish Environment Protection Agency and Natural Apptitude.
Minor bug fixes for iOS 10
Ratings and Reviews
Beautiful and functional
Wow! I must say that this is lovely looking app and it's not just a pretty (inter)face either. I think the galleries are an excellent idea and as someone who is really interested in learning more about coastal wildlife it's given me a adult's version of the i-Spy books I used to love as a kid. The only issue is that I'm now eager to find more invasive species.
I also like the link to iRecord which means that I can check my records out after they're submitted (I even had an email thanking me for my records!) Great job and looking forward to spotting an exotic sunfish now… …
Inspiring and interesting
App seems really good after initial
exploration of features. Super pictures, very helpful guide to each species, especially the 'what not to confuse it with' section. Particularly interesting examples of both invasive species and climate change indicator species, meaning I may well use the app in my teaching. Looking forward to getting out and finding some things to log!
Doesn't work on iPhone 6
Can't tell you if or how it works as no amount of clicking anywhere makes anything happen on an iPhone 6!!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.