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Great photos, helpful for identification.
SCBrain on Jun 22, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Real good. Room to grow.
Definitely worth the five.dollars but as a suggestion it would be great to have a filter based on the GPS location so it would quickly narrow down possibilities.
Mr.SaintJudas on Jun 4, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Incomplete
Does not come close to the complete native tree selection in the suburbs outside Atlanta GA. Does not include local search feature found in the Birds guide. App has poor graphics, clumsy navigation, and generally feels like a rushed job that was published merely for the sake of it and with no regard for the user, education, or convenience.
gapabba on May 24, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Audubon Trees
Very helpful. Nice to take along to state parks
Froggie Fool on May 20, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Great app
I use it on my phone, it's perfect for the field never had any problems. Always a reliable source of identification
Nature Kate on May 16, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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Room for improvement
A nice app to have, but it could certainly be better. Throughout the layout and design are not great. This is not just an aesthetic problem but also sometimes a usability issue; on some pages the photos are simply too small to be helpful. And the quality and availability of photos for various trees is wildly irregular. Some trees are well represented and well photographed; others have what seem like one or two snapshot-quality images. The overall feel is less professional and polished than expected.
King Feisel on May 16, 2012 for Audubon Trees
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