Reef Fish Book
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* New hi-res iPad version *
Explore the oceans with over 150 stunning photos of tropical fish and marine life from Fiji, Malaysia and Australia.
Includes beautiful photos of turtles, sharks, sea horses, weedy sea dragons, clownfish, anemones, eels, jellyfish and many more.
This photo flipbook is great for everyone, but especially fish lovers, divers and children.
Browse through photos of colorful tropical fish or search by fish type, name or description.
- Hi resolution photos sized for the iPad screen
- Turtles, sharks, sea horses, weedy sea dragons, clownfish, anemones, eels, jellyfish and many more
- Display fish information in Wikipedia inside the application
- View pictures in portrait or landscape, full-screen view or heads-up display
- Full text search of name, description and fish type
- Each picture has a title, description, location and scientific name
- Simple, elegant design. Turn to landscape, click for full-screen, swipe to flip photos
- Recommended for fish lovers, divers and children
- Over 150 photos
- No watermarks or advertising
WiFi or a sync cable is required to download the Reef Fish iPad application.
This is a truly remarkable collection - enjoy and please tell your friends about Reef Fish iPad.
Photos were taken on the reefs of Fiji, world-famous Sipidan island in Malaysia and dives in Melbourne, Australia.
Fish categories include: Angels, Baitfish, Bannerfish, Blowfish, Butterflies, Cephalopod, Clams, Clownfish, Cod, Coral, Crinoid, Crustacean, Dactylopteridae, Damsels, Dragonet, Eels, Flatfish, Flounder, Frogfish, Grouper, Grunt, Jellyfish, Lizardfish, Mollusc, Nudibranch, Scorpionfish, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Worm, Seahorses and Pipefish, Sharks, Shrimp, Snapper, Sponges, Starfish, Stonefish, Trevally, Triggers, Turtles
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What A Joke
This app is obviously a collection of some amateur photographer's vacation to the South Pacific and Asia. It is NOT a fish identification guide. Many of the animals are misnamed. Some Sponges and urchins are labeled as anemones Along with the pictures of boats and sunsets, what these have to do with reef fish is anyone's guess. Information on an image is provided by linking to Wikipedia (now there's a reputable source). Save yourself $5 unless you just want some amateur photos of a dive trip.
Don't waste your money. This book is a joke. Fiji Diver's review is right on.