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Sloppy and disappointing
Not sure where these positive reviews are coming from. This app is quite poor. The advanced search function frequently comes up with no results at all if you include more than one parameter. Really, there are no conifers in the Mid-Atlantic region? Other searching is just as unhelpful. Why isn't the listing of families in alphabetical order? The tree listings themselves are inconsistent in quality. Some have many great pictures, while other listings of trees that are just as common as the first have one blurry picture of a forest of trees, shot from 30 feet away. Can only blame Audubon on this. Clearly they just had the developer churn these apps out using the same template.
PatientRock on Dec 16, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Excellent app!
Very informative. Easy-to-use. Well-done.
Daddy Faron on Dec 1, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Great App
Great app for those who want to learn about the natural environment around them! Trees are everywhere and knowing about them is so very interesting.
KitchenMoose on Nov 22, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Good
Put together well. Easy to use and navigate. Disappointed with so many common varieties not included. Perhaps create link to larger data base so that more trees may be included.
bvnhvn on Nov 16, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Excellent.
Beautiful an very informative. But needs iPhone 5 update !!
Krug j. on Nov 3, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Informative!!
As fall presents itself with leaves of colored variety, I am always referring to this beautifully organized app to know the names of these trees for future identification and interest. A must for anyone interested in landscaping or avid outdoorsman.
Edward Amery on Oct 14, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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