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Audubon Trees - A Field Guide to North American Trees

by NatureShare
Rated: All Ages
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)

Price: $3.99
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Product Details

  • ASIN: B005N1HZHW
  • Release Date: September 14, 2011
  • Rated: All Ages This app may include dynamic content. What's this?
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,264 Paid in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Paid in Appstore for Android)
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Product Features

  • Browse in-depth descriptions of more than 700 North American trees
  • Enjoy professional color photographs
  • Peruse range maps
  • Search by habitat, region, fruit, leaf, and more
  • Record your field experiences

Product Description

The best field guide for the season!

Nothing beats Audubon mobile field guides! With 1 million downloads, they are the most trusted authoritative field guide collection in North America. Highest quality at an affordable price.

We are proud that 8% of every sale goes directly to Audubon to support its mission to conserve and protect nature's at-risk birds and wildlife.

An indispensable reference with over 700 trees at your fingertips.

"Intuitiveness - this app is just so easy to navigate and it doesn't take any complicated effort to figure it out." - Robert Mortenson

Get the ultimate field guide to North American trees for people on the go! Now you can identify over 700 trees with thousands of professional color photographs, range maps, and in-depth, authoritative information based on the National Audubon Society’s Field Guides to Trees. Whether you’re identifying trees in your backyard or on a nature hike in the wild, the Audubon Trees mobile app is a must have.

UNPARALLELED CONTENT
• In-depth descriptions of every species, with authoritative information on family, appearance, habitat, range, general discussion and more from the National Audubon Society Field Guides
• Over 700 tree species
• Beautiful color photographs of every species, over 2,000 total, and range maps for every species.

APP FEATURES
• Identify with accuracy. Browse by shape, name (first, last, scientific), or by family

• Search by species shape, habitat, region, fruit, leaf, and more.

• Navigate back and forth between species information, personalized Life Lists and Sightings, search functions and more with ease and clarity.

• Record your field experiences using the Life List and Sighting features. Track a sighting using the device’s GPS, add notes, and save to the App for records of your nature adventures

About us:
The Audubon mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems,  focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of  humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
Through its education, science and public policy initiatives, Audubon  engages people throughout the U.S. and Latin America in conservation.  Audubon’s Centers, and its sanctuaries and  education programs are developing the next generation of conservation leaders  by providing opportunities for families, students, teachers and others to learn  about and enjoy the natural world.  The  science program is focused on connecting people with nature through projects  like Audubon at Home and Great Backyard Bird Count.  Audubon’s volunteer Citizen Scientists  participate in research and conservation action in a variety of ways, from  monitoring bird populations and restoring critical wildlife habitat to  implementing healthy habitat practices in their own backyards.  Audubon’s public policy programs are supported  by a strong foundation of science, environmental education, and grassroots  engagement.  Working with a network of  state offices, chapters, and volunteers, Audubon works to protect and restore  our natural heritage.

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Technical Details

Size: 33.5MB
Version: 4.2.7
Developed By: NatureShare ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
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Minimum Operating System: Android 4.0
Approximate Download Time: Less than 5 minutes

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
76 of 78 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mixed bag January 23, 2012
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I love the concept of having these field guides on my Kindle Fire and hiking with them, and ideally would like to purchase them all for my Kindle Fire. The photos are wonderful and the information presented is helpful. I have this field guide in book form too, but this has even more in it than the book, so I do like it. But as another reviewer has pointed out, it is buggy. Whether locked or unlocked, the program turns itself over 180 degrees between pages, so you are constantly flipping it over. Very annoying. Several pictures are offered for each tree, but often there will be a space where a photo is credited but there is only blank space. I have also purchased the Field Guide for Mammals app, and both of these programs have a feature where you can register and keep track of the species that you have seen. Neither program will let me register and I've made many attempts, only to get a 'bad log in' response. Time consuming and annoying. I'd like to see these problems fixed before I purchase any more of these Field Guides.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful
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After receiving Audubon Birds as the Free App of the Day, I was impressed enough by it to purchase several of the other Audubon Field Guide apps.

Like the Birds guide, there is so much information in the app it can be overwhelming if you try to browse through it like a printed guide book. Fortunately, there is a very handy search function that allows you to find a tree based on its attributes such as shape, region, flower color, leaf shape, fruit and bark.

The app lets you keep a life list, record sightings and take photos, and then upload them to AudubonGuides.com.

Because of the huge volume of data available, this app does require a data connection or a 400 MB optional download. If you choose not to download the data, it could chew up considerable bandwidth if you have a limited data plan.

This app does not include many common cultivated fruit trees such orange, lemon, apple or date palm. (I had the first 3 of these in my backyard in California, and date palms are common in Southern California.)

This app could use more photos of seeds, acorns and pods.

The app force closed on my HTC Evo 3D while I was trying to search for a tree.

The app works well enough on my tablet, but it can't make up its mind whether it wants to run in landscape or portrait.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Start, Looking Forward to Improvements March 11, 2012
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Let me just say I love the hardcopies of the Audubon guides. They are concise and well suited to being outdoors whether you are hiking, camping, birdwatching, hunting or just out on a walk. I was delighted to see them moving into the mobile app field and decided to give Trees a chance since it was priced at $4.99 instead of the $9.99 of some of the other apps.

Pros:
- Offline content. Although this is substantial download (performed after installation and best done by wifi), this allows you access to the full contents of the guide while potentially far from a mobile connects
- Lots of content. While I have not done a page by page comparison to their counterparts, the Trees guide seems pretty comprehensive.
- The sightings, personal content, sync and camera features are very nice to have!

Cons:
- Images are bit lower in resolutions than I'd prefer. The range maps, in particularly are quite grainy.
- The interface could be a bit slicker, although there is a decent search and match function, the app feels more like a webpage converted to an app than a dedicated resource on my phone & tablet
- Initial loading of the app is very slow.

Overall, I'd recommend the Trees apps for those that travel with their devices. I do think that the $9.99 price point is too high though, and these should be $4.99 across the board (like the Trees app).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars It needs to be simpler March 4, 2013
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After trying for more than 30 minutes to look up a simple cherry tree in my front yard I finally gave up in frustration. I never did get this app to admit that cherry trees even exist. The search function and the advanced search seem to be utterly worthless, and for the life of me I can't figure out any logical pattern to how these functions decide what entries to show, and what ones to not show, based on your input. For example, let's take the aforementioned cherry tree. If you go to advanced search and enter "cherry" for the name (scientific, alternate or common) and let it search, you get exactly two results: Hollyleaf Cherry and Sweet Birch. That's it. As far as the app is concerned, those are the only entries in the database to which the word "cherry" applies as a name. And one isn't even a cherry tree. If you were then to play with the search some more you might find the Cornelian-cherry (though it will not come up in a search for just "cherry") and look at its entry. You might even be tempted to click and see what the range is where it can be commonly found... whereupon I keep getting a message saying that the range maps aren't available, sorry for the inconvenience.

This app simply is not worth the $4.99 asking price. In fact, I don't think it would be worth $0.99.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great Idea, Faulty Execution January 23, 2013
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This app has a lot of potential. There are several pictures for most species and several ways to search. The app can be slow and if you choose to download all data to your device the download takes a long time and sometimes freezes.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Good
A good informative app for a tree lover. I recommend it.
Published 1 month ago by Babs
5.0 out of 5 stars Another nicely executed NatureShare app.
Another nicely executed Audubon app. Make sure you get the NatureShare apps not the poorly written web search ripoffs.
Published 2 months ago by D. JAYNES
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I use this to help me identify trees around my home.
Published 2 months ago by Charlene M Derryberry
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Is there a really good tree guide that works to find out what a tree really IS??
Published 2 months ago by Clifford Johnson
1.0 out of 5 stars NO Support
When I first purchased this app, I would have given it 5 stars. Glad I didn't. I have forgotten my password, and I have requested a password reset at least 5 times over the past... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Carol
3.0 out of 5 stars Not user friendly
Not very user friendly, plant names are hard to find and cannot register on website.
Published 2 months ago by Cazador
1.0 out of 5 stars Still Not Working!
I wrote a early review about Audubon apps Not working on the Amazon Phone Well Now ALL DO EXCEPT this one!! So when will you folks get around to Fix Trees!!???
Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars but not terribly useful because you cannot read the tree description
Okay, but not terribly useful because you cannot read the tree description. Even with the font set as large as possible on my Samsung Galaxy phone, the tree description font is too... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Mary K. Rubey
1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
It really needs more pics per tree.
Published 3 months ago by mike santiago
5.0 out of 5 stars Quick and easy way to ID specimens.
Quick and easy way to ID specimens.
Published 4 months ago by Preacher Morris
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