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Opposite of an upgrade
Loved this app before the update. Before the update I had my life and yard lists of birds seen. After the update I've lost all if that data... And it won't let me save any new sightings or even create lists now. I even followed upgrade directions and it still lost all of my previous data. Miss the old app. Very dissatisfied, going to find a friendlier app for people who actually use it for birding.
Derek-e-wa on Nov 10, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Not happy. 7 minutes to sync
Lost my life list. Don't like the sync first. Takes too much time. Timed a 7 minute wait to sync every time you open. Can't imagine using this in the field.
Marlene234 on Nov 10, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Ron
the pictures of the birds are great. You can get a real good look at the colors to tell different birds apart.
Atv-Ron on Nov 9, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Audubon
I do not like this new revision of Audubon. It is NOT user friendly. Lost my entire life list in the changeover. It was much better before.
Nelsbert on Nov 9, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Audubon birds
Every upgrade is a downgrade. Focus is all social aspect rather than birds. Latest upgrade lost access to my journal (past upgrade lost life list and had to switch to the stupid journal which did not include previous life list). Don't count on this app to keep complete records!!
LJack83 on Nov 9, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Not so great!
As with everybody else I lost all previous data. The app needs the ability to allow user to delete sightings. Otherwise, a big improvement.
George Luther on Nov 9, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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