*** with Automatic Photo Recognition *** in this stunning guide to identifying Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Identification can be enjoyed by the whole family and will bring you closer to the natural world around you. For the enthusiast there is anatomical, ecological and taxonomic information too.
Wild Flower Id can be used to keep a log of your flower sightings making it easy to build a record of all the flowers you've seen. Wild Flower Id has been created by professional published ecologists, and uses a propriety image library created with the specific aim of aiding wild flower identification with images of the flower, leaf, stem and plant.
Wild Flower Id is great fun to use.
SUNBIRD apps appear in Countryfile's top 10, and have been described as "incredibly useful" by ITV's Seth Conway and "lovely" by Adam Vaughan of the Guardian.
SUNBIRD field guides are the only products on the market that use the KUSAM species identification methodology. This state of the art method is a modern taxonomic keying system designed specifically for use on mobile devices.
All content is downloaded when the app is purchased - thus no internet connection needed in the field. Don't forget to keep your app up to date.
The app includes:
- automatic photo recognition - take a picture of the plant and find out what plant you are looking at
- works completely offline - no internet connection needed
- 800 images covering the full plant, flower and leaf
- browse through 318 flower species
- keep a log of your flower sightings
- loads of anatomical, ecological and taxonomic information
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- improved automatic recognition
Ratings and Reviews
Just been for a walk....
I've just been for a walk, excitedly taking my app with me, to see what it would add to my knowledge. The answer was, I'm afraid, nothing.
On this walk I saw fragrant orchids, lesser butterfly, and pyramidal. We often see burnt, common spotted, early purple, readymade and bee orchids. So it misses out fragrant, lesser butterfly and burnt.
I'll continue to see what we have on walks around us, and will report back.
If there is a way of reporting back to the designers, it should be made more prominent. And since some of the photos are better than others, it would be good to be able to send in photos.
Still waiting for "next update"....
Bought this app on the strength of promised "next update" to facilitate auto recognition on iPhone 4s. This update has not materialised and I feel I have been "sold a pup". The app itself is not bad but the missing auto recognition on older devices seriously limits its usefulness. How about fulfilling your promises?
This could be a useful app if it actually contained anything more than just the common flowers. Just way too incomplete to be much use as a means of identification. I wanted something which could be used as a field guide, without having to carry a heavy book.....that failed! The first flower that I looked for.....not there!
Why do they not add other species to make it a useful guide?
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.