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This application has been unusable since the last two updates...
ByteBinder on Jun 10, 2010 for Audubon Wildflowers
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faulty update
I love my field guide and I just downloaded the update but every time I want to open the app, it waits a while and then it shuts down. Please correct it, I can't use my app anymore :(
inamaka on Jun 7, 2010 for Audubon Wildflowers
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Crashes on startup
I am very disappointed. After the recent update the app acts like it is going to start but crashes every time. For an App that costs $9.99 I would expect more.
birdertn on Jun 4, 2010 for Audubon Wildflowers
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App crashing fix
After latest update, app crashes at startup. I deleted the app from iPhone and reinstalled from iTunes. I'm no geek so I should not have to this. I buy this stuff--it should work with no fiddling. Range maps still EXTREMELY wanting.
Gustav Nett on Jun 4, 2010 for Audubon Wildflowers
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crashes on startup
I had the same problem with the latest update 6/3/2010 that the first reviewer had. Crashes on startup
dwross on Jun 3, 2010 for Audubon Wildflowers
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Incomplete
As another reviewer mentioned, range maps are spotty and the text conversion obviously had problems. However, the most disappointing thing is that the species database seems pretty incomplete. For instance, there is no entry for any type of Lantana. And, it is very SLOW. I would like to see the search more similar to the printed Audubon Field Guide. You choose a growth style, then you choose a color, then you can browse. On the plus side, you can get a listing of plants found within a zip code. That is cool. Knowing what I know, I would probably still purchase the app.
Whcinc on May 14, 2010 for Audubon Wildflowers
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