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Too few flowers
I had high hopes for this app. Unfortunately, it leaves out so many flowers that I have been frequently frustrated in identifying even things I consider common weeds. I had hoped not to have to carry my Peterson Field Guide book with me, but alas...
Wild flowergirl on Jun 13, 2011 for Audubon Wildflowers
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Needs work
Would be better if sold by region (SE, NE, NW, SW, etc.) with more species and better pictures of each plant.
I do not have a nickname! on Jun 8, 2011 for Audubon Wildflowers
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Phone Hog -- 675 MB file
While the concept of this app is good, it is a HUGE file and, for 3G at least, hogged so much bandwidth my phone was virtually inoperable. I had to take it off after 2 days. Too bad, because nature guides, in general, are a perfect app for iPhone. The fact that it had an Audubon brand on it has left a bad taste in my mouth. Don't be fooled.
offpistenh on Jun 8, 2011 for Audubon Wildflowers
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slow on iTouch gen 2
It's slow. I love the search features, but I don't like the way you have to click on each flower to get a good look at it. I'd like to be able to swipe through the results, and get a quick look at larger pictures. Of course, I also like more flowers to be included!
embfotc1 on May 30, 2011 for Audubon Wildflowers
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inadequate coverage for any region, we need regional flower guides
While a lot of aspects of the app are interesting it may not help you find that interesting plant in your own neighborhood. It is trying to cover all the flowers from California to Maine and Washington to Florida, omits Alaska, and just isn't what i was anticipating. You will learn something about wildflowers, just maybe not that flower you are looking at. Learning is always good, but you'll need that book to cover your own region. Get it if you love beautiful flowers, but you will also discover the necessary limits of a single app trying to cover a continent of flower-diversity. Range maps are irregular, some by state, some by real range. They stop at US borders. There is a lot more work to go to make it a great app, but i'm betting these developers can get it there!
Dipper's Attitude on May 9, 2011 for Audubon Wildflowers
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Great
Keep the improvements coming. Audubon changed to HD and did not require an additional payment.
abc...mno...xyz on Apr 28, 2011 for Audubon Wildflowers
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