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Description

Instantly identify plants of all kinds: flowers, trees, succulents, mushrooms, cacti and more! PlantSnap is the revolutionary plant identification app from Earth.com built to help you instantly identify plants in a snap.

With our latest update, PlantSnap now works in every continent on Earth! Our algorithm recognizes 90% of all species on the planet, with over 316,000 species in our searchable database.

Have you ever been on a hike, vacation or simply on an afternoon walk and wondered what species that plant, flower or tree was? Take a picture of the plant and PlantSnap will tell you what it is in seconds using its robust plant database.

With Plantsnap, you can reconnect to the natural world around you and learn about nearby plants, or browse our gallery to discover new and exotic plants all across the globe. Whether you find peace and mindfulness from hiking, or if you are interested in studying nature, Plantsnap has the resources and technology you need.

PlantSnap also comes paired with a seamlessly integrated companion website, allowing you to upload photos from your computer for instant identification or check items from your plant collection.

PlantSnap is powered by deep learning and artificial intelligence, meaning that it actually learns and improves with every image you feed it. Every image you take makes PlantSnap better and adds to the growing Plant Database. Get out there and start PlantSnapping!

PlantSnap Features:

Identify Plants with Your Camera
• Instantly learn the name of plants, flowers and trees with a picture!
• Snap a picture with your camera, plug the picture into PlantSnap and watch the Plant Database name the plant!

Plant Database
• Our database is global and our results are instantaneous. There are currently 316,000 plant species in our worldwide database, most with photos and descriptions.
• More than just flowers and trees- PlantSnap has mushrooms, succulents, cactus and more
• PlantSnap covers over ALL of the plants worldwide and hopes to fully cover almost every known plant species on Earth soon!

Plant Identification & Learning Algorithms
• Our algorithm is learning 50,000 new species per month
• PlantSnap will update automatically for you every time we add a new batch of species, no additional fees required

Companion Website
• Visit my.plantsnap.com with your PlantSnap account
• View your collection from the app on the web
• Add photos to identify from your desktop, then keep track of things on your mobile

Discover the World Around You
• Rediscover nature with the help of a botanist in your pocket.
• Gamify your hikes with friends and family! Plantsnap lets you build a library of every plant, tree or flower you've snapped. See how many you can collect!
• Get some fresh air and improve your mood! Plantsnap connects the divide between technology and nature.
• Connecting to nature can be good for mindfulness or spirituality. Whether you’re an avid hiker on the trails or a botanist in a garden, quickly gain knowledge of the plants around you.
• Vacationing in another country? PlantSnap isn't just for the flowers in your garden. We have a global database of plants and works wherever you are!

Stop wondering what those plants, flowers or trees are called, and instantly know their name by snapping a picture! Have access to our growing Plant Database, and stay up-to-date on new plant species!

Download PlantSnap now and start PlantSnapping!

**Be sure to watch our instructional video to get the most accurate results!**
**Please check your email after purchasing for more detailed information.**

We are looking to make Plantsnap better all the time. Please leave your feedback in the app to help Plantsnap grow!

What's New

Version 1.29

New features:
• You can now see the location of your snap in the Details screen.
• Refreshed designs in some of the screens.

Fixes:
• Various reported bug fixes.
• Overall performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5

9.8K Ratings

9.8K Ratings

It only guesses at the answer

OTR-Fan

Fair to poor performance, don’t waste your dollars. I love flowers, take many photo’s, aspecially close ups of single blooms. Even the best in my photo library only returns a 67% "probability". Then it’s asking you if you accept or reject their "guess" (and that’s all it is)! If I knew what it was, I wouldn’t need the app! The supposed point of this app is for IT to tell YOU what the plant/flower is, not the other way around, simply not ready for any App Store. They’re collecting your data and guesses to TRY to improve their app. Essentially you’re paying them to beta test their software. I said it before and I’ll repeat it now. This is a botanical version of Vivino. Why can that app use a photo of a wine bottle label taken in poor low light conditions and return correctly 99% of the time, yet this app can’t seem to rise above a 67% guess? Read all the other reviews, most people are having similar issues and problems. The responses from "customer support" for these other complaints is a repetitious, Steve Jobs sounding "you’re doing it wrong". It’s not rocket science, it’s just a poor app. Steer clear.

Developer Response

Hello Joseph Golden! We are very sorry that you are having trouble, but we discussed this on Facebook. It may not be politically correct to tell a customer that they were "doing it wrong", but in your case, it was simply the truth, and we demonstrated that. Every single time a person writes to the company for help, we show them what they are missing, and they leave happy. In your case, we showed you what you were missing, and you still say it doesn't work. We can't stand by idly and allow you to disparage the app without telling the public the truth of our interaction. You sent us your image, we ran it through PlantSnap, and your photo was identified in the #1 position. Here is that image and the results screen:
https://cff2.earth.com/uploads/2018/03/29093315/joseph-golden-review.jpg
We will let the readers of this review decide if PlantSnap "worked" properly. Wine bottle labels have words/text on them. Text recognition and image recognition are COMPLETELY different issues. If plants had their names written on them, we assure you that we could program PlantSnap to be 99% accurate. With 320,000 species of plants and trees to distinguish between, each species growing in different shapes, sizes and colors, you do have to follow the directions and frame the photos properly. That's all...watch and read the instructions, then follow the instructions. When you follow instructions, PlantSnap is correct 92% of the time. We don't understand what your agenda is, but it's definitely not learning how to use PlantSnap properly. We know that you now understand how to use the app, but if you have other questions, please write to support@plantsnap.net and/or refer to the below videos:
Here is a link to our instructional video -- instructions, features and tips for using PlantSnap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIWU065wm2Q&feature=youtu.be

Here is a demonstration video of a person using PlantSnap to identify a flower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bgg9XbELVM&feature=youtu.be

Here is a demonstration video of a person using PlantSnap to identify a plant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IptUl_xPG-w&feature=youtu.be

Here are hundreds of videos demonstrating PlantSnap in action that should also be helpful: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTvrvHqmKaqv7BLxYjgSiEQ/videos

Here is an independent review from NBC News:
http://www.9news.com/article/life/whats-that-plant-called-take-a-photo-and-this-new-app-can-tell-you/460326065

Super particular

divinewill

This app sounds great - until you try it out. I had photos (cropped and zoomed per the demo) of 4 plants, out of which it properly identified only one - the pansy, because of its particular shape probably. The rest had more of the round traditional shape with lots of petals - and no matter how many angles I tried all I got was “rose”... in the case of kalanchoe, I sent in the photo of my plant to the customer support and they were able to get it identified - yet it took me 7 tries (!!!) of all different angles, zoomed in and out, foliage or not , to get to their result - and even then I had to take a pic of the EXACT same flower cluster at that same angle to do it. None other clusters seemed to be the same plant I guess?? Then they tell me it’s user error and it’s not eligible for refund - which at this point it’s not about the 4 bucks at all, it’s about the customer support and understanding. They were quick to get back to me, but the answers just were not helpful at all. Super frustrating.

Developer Response

Hello Ira McIntosh! Here is a video showing PlantSnap identifying Kalanchoe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiqYqVE7oPw; PlantSnap has no trouble identifying Kalanchoe or any other plant when used properly. We used your own photo that you sent us and got the correct result on the first try, which tells us it was user error. Here is the video showing PlantSnap identifying your kalanchoe plant using your own photo:
https://youtu.be/ZKMDMuS2A1g
PlantSnap is 92% accurate when used properly, and we have a 4-star rating in all countries, so please let us help you solve the problem so you can experience all the benefits of PlantSnap. With 320,000 species to distinguish between, framing the photos properly is very important. Hundreds of thousands of people have great success with PlantSnap every day, and we want you to be one of those people!
Here is a link to our instructional video -- instructions, features and tips for using PlantSnap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIWU065wm2Q&feature=youtu.be

Here is a demonstration video of a person using PlantSnap to identify a flower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bgg9XbELVM&feature=youtu.be

Here is a demonstration video of a person using PlantSnap to identify a plant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IptUl_xPG-w&feature=youtu.be

Here are hundreds of videos demonstrating PlantSnap in action that should also be helpful: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTvrvHqmKaqv7BLxYjgSiEQ/videos

Here is an independent review from NBC News:
http://www.9news.com/article/life/whats-that-plant-called-take-a-photo-and-this-new-app-can-tell-you/460326065

This app and support stink - save your money

Vflam2

I bought this app today. I followed the directions exactly as posted. Not a single photo I took of ANY plant/flower was identified by the app. NOT ONE. I contacted support, and after much back and forth, finally received an email that basically said, “it was the number one app in the App Store today” and that I should just wait because they’re going to release an update. So, just be quiet cuz it’s a great app - even though it didn’t work AT ALL, not one time. Of course, when this all began, they said if they couldn’t resolve the issue they would refund the $3.99 I paid for it. Guess what? The issue isn’t resolved and NO REFUND. What a surprise! Save your money. The App didn’t work at all and customer support was completely ineffective and didn’t follow through with what they said they would do.

At the end of the email they did thank me for being “part of PlantSnapp!” Yeah. Great.

Developer Response

This issue was resolved back in October 2017, the fix to the issue was released one day after the problem occurred. All refunds are immediately issued by Apple when requested.

Information

Seller
PlantSnap, Inc.
Size
141 MB
Category
Education
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© PlantSnap, Inc.
Price
$3.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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