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Good start, needs more
A dichotomous key would be incredible, comparison keys between species in the same genera, more pictures of all features necessary to ID. Pretty good so far
Bearclawch on Mar 28, 2011 for Audubon Trees
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Audubon Trees
This is a very good beginning. Much of it is quite beautiful and informative. It is, however, far short of complete. I hope there is a way users can supply photos. Many entries have only one photo, such as the blackjack oak, which shows only one leaf.
Rick N on Mar 23, 2011 for Audubon Trees
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Non functional
If you don't register as a user some of the features (life list) won't work. In the previous version they did. Also the pictures are only fair.
Ed576 on Mar 20, 2011 for Audubon Trees
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10 out of 20 give 1 star!
How is it that half of the reviews I've read give this crappy app 1 star and it is a 5 star app? Should be a 2 star app, at best. And the "naturalist for the developer" should go out and take some pictures of trees to put on here, instead of crappy pictures of leaves!! Current version is still a POS.
Klackityklick on Dec 28, 2010 for Audubon Trees
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Brand-new Search Feature
I'm the naturalist for the developer, Green Mountain Digital, and I just wanted to highlight a new feature that we're really excited about. We've revamped the search entirely, and the new search is much more powerful than what we had before. You can now search by a range of tree, leaf / needle, fruit and flower characteristics...
Dan@AudubonGuides on Dec 21, 2010 for Audubon Trees
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Isn't worth the price.
Lots of shortcomings for the price, not to mention some information is inaccurate. For example, some trees are shown to be disbursed over an entire state, instead of the region within a state. So palm trees are just as common in northern California as they are in southern California! Pictures are lacking as well. Each entry should show: the individual leaf, the seed, the branch, the bark, and an overall picture of the tree (preferably in various seasons). One or two blurry pictures doesn't cut it. Buyer beware!
WMF2002 on Sep 5, 2010 for Audubon Trees
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