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My favorite app
I use this app all the time. When I am birding, I like to confirm by listening to the bird calls. I have also used the similar bird feature to ID. I like to keep track of what I have seen and this can easily be done with this app. I also love Audubon's online guide if I'm on my laptop.
Nancy213 on Jan 19, 2013 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Great app, great fun!
Love this app and all it's features. Identify, track sightings, keep lists, share with others. Best birding app far and away!! Good customer service too :-)
STPagh on Jan 18, 2013 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Still my favorite
This us still my favorite nature app. I haven't had any issues with this app, though I download as soon as they provide updates. Fantastic pictures and sounds. I am now sharing, as well.
Capital Woodpecker on Jan 18, 2013 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Audubon Birds -WOW!
This app is incredible. For one price you get an outstanding field guide to birds with exceptional images and songs, access to Cornell's eBird, and NatureShare that allows sharing with others. For the price the value is amazing. Best on the market!
cactusrenn on Jan 18, 2013 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Totally Awesome!
This app is worth every bit of what I paid for it. I would've paid twice as much!
Dr Cotner on Jan 18, 2013 for Audubon Birds Pro
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This is the one!
They have recently updated everything about this app, and it is amazing! I have 3 birding apps, and this is now my absolute go to. This is why: eBird: It utilizes the Audubon/Cornell siting database. This is great if you want to track down a certain bird. But even more useful for a fledgling birder such as myself, is the Hotspot feature, which gives you a run down of observations in local spots. This is a great feature, and really helps me learn. NatureShare: It's like a birding/wildlife social network, and I love it! The great thing is that I can access my data through my iPad, my iPhone, or any web browser. It will be a lot of fun once more people I know use it, as I can then check out what they are sighting, Really cool already, and I can see it getting even better over time Look: I wasn't a fan of the old version's look as far as the menus, fonts, and colors went, but this new version is beautiful looking. There are tons of great photos for every species, and you can post your own. It's great. GPS: Every sighting you post gets tagged on a map. I love this. You can see all of the places you sighted on a map, or remember exactly where you were for an individual bird. You can also go online log older sightings on a map manually. Really cool. Needless to say, I'm a fan. This is a great birding app, and increases my enjoyment of birding without distracting me from the activity at hand. Buy it!
LucasBrooks on Jan 18, 2013 for Audubon Birds Pro
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