Tree Id USA - identify over 1000 of America's native species of Trees, Shrubs and Bushes

Tree Id USA - identify over 1000 of America's native species of Trees, Shrubs and Bushes

By Mullen & Pohland GbR

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2016-07-24
  • Current Version: 1.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.45 GB
  • Developer: Mullen & Pohland GbR
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 49 Reviews)
  • Price:
Tree Id USA - identify over 1000 of America's native species of Trees, Shrubs and Bushes App Ratings: 3
From 49 Reviews

Tree Id USA - identify over 1000 of America's native species of Trees, Shrubs and Bushes App Description

--> special introductory price: 50% off! Instead of 9.99 just 4.99 US$! *** Tree Id USA - Identifying over 1,000 native American species of trees shrubs and bushes - Comes with 8620 photos! *** This app is the most comprehensive tree app on the market. It is also more comprehensive than any single volume field guide covering the US! The app describes in detail native American trees and shrubs showing the full tree, bark, flower, fruit, and leaves. The idea for this app originated from our shared passion for nature in order to provide like-minded with a comprehensive and helpful tool to observe, identify, and map trees, shrubs, and bushes of the United States! Includes all continental states of the USA! To date we have sold more than half a million field guide apps worldwide! This app is part of the Sunbird Images BLUE LABEL series. Our professional BLUE LABEL series are top notch digital field guides which provide the most comprehensive data available for a region or taxon. Our apps stand for high quality and user-friendliness. Even the rare species are illustrated and described in detail and featured with a full species account. Addresses the generally interested nature lover as well as the expert – with intuitive user interface and many helpful and interesting features! No other tree app offers the following: - all continental states of the USA included – choose a single state or 'all states' to access all species covered by the app - comprises a total of 1,017 trees and shrubs native to North America - a simple identification key narrows species down, a sophisticated Id function - the species list has specifically been modulated for the USA - 8,620 carefully selected photos, from wildlife photography agencies PlantaPro, and Sunbird Images - photos show habit, bark, flower, branch, fruit, and leaves / needles where available - most advanced Compare Mode of any tree app - compare up to 16 species images, including habit, bark, flower, branch, fruit, and leaves - create sighting lists and sort by place, date, group, and name - automatically plots every sighting on a map via GPS (editable) - make notes to each species spotted - sort and display species by gallery, A–Z list, or family - species names in English and Latin, order easily switchable Narrowing species down by state, whether it is a conifer or a deciduous tree / bush, and by leaf shape, leads you to a list of results. You can also look for fragments of a species name – the search for “cherry“ shows all the species which include the word “cherry“ in the species’ name. ***A graphically well-designed layout – easy to use with large lettering *** "Tree Id USA" is very well suited for keeping personalized sighting lists. The app will be continuously developed further. All updates are free of charge. Once downloaded no internet connection needed – just download the app and start identifying trees!

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App Reviews

  • Missing info

    By DL53
    App would be better if there were more pics of the bark—it’s hard to know what leaves look like in the winter. Also, measurements should be in inches and centimeters, not just centimeters. App always defaults to NY, should be last state searched.
  • Identification

    By RJExtreme
    If your looking for an app to identify for you, this isn’t it. You will have to have some knowledge of what your looking for in order to use this app.
  • Geography is way, way off

    By Traveler123678
    Washington State is a state— like a province—on the West Coast of the United States of America. Washington, DC is the capital of the United States. It is a city in the District of Columbia, on the East Coast of the United States. The District of Columbia is a not a state, but is a bit like one, and for purposes of a nature app should be treated like one. The bottom line is that they are NOT the same thing, or anywhere near each other, yet this app treats them as the same. If you want to see what trees there are in Washington, DC , you cannot— it will give you the trees for Washington state. If you want the trees for Washington state, you have to pick Washington, DC. If the developer is this profoundly ignorant of geography, it is hard to believe that the app can be trusted at all.
  • Useless.

    By Kenzo51
    I was excited to find this, but The identification guides are so general and the number of trees that are missing from the list is Totally disappointing. I have tried to find five trays that I know well and they’re not even listed. I wish I had not bought the whole pack of birds, trees, etc. I guess the rest are probably just as bad as this one. A total waste of money and time.
  • Very disappointed

    By spike443
    Once you get to a group of possible trees, there are no leaf pictures, no bark pictures, in the case of walnut it only shows the fruit. Definitely not what I was looking for.
  • You forgot something

    By bybymsn
    Just purchased this and I found that my state, Washington, didn’t make the list.
  • Don’t be fooled. Total ripoff

    By Doug/PDX
    Total ripoff. I thought you could take photo of a tree and it would identify it. You cannot do this or anything else that would be helpful. I already have a list of trees! I want my money back!
  • Has potential but needs refinement

    By Katherinb
    This is s review of the Trees USA app. My start screen is set to the Gallery Page. It is the page with the cartoon pictures of deciduous trees, shrubs, conifers, and vines. Every time I open the ap, it defaults to New York. It would be better to stay on the previous setting. The categories are not correct. For example a live oak is an evergreen but is listed in the deciduous category. A bald cypress is listed as a conifer but is also deciduous. There are also many trees listed in my home state that do not grow here. The identification page seems to work well except it list all trees not just the one filtered by the state. An exact search with a particular state or with the state set at “all” returns the same results. Also the “habitat” section is very weak (swamp, lakeside, mountains, etc would be much better) The alphabetic listing with the pictures is ok. Again the state filter does not work here. In general the pictures are well done and there are enough to help with identifying a tree. A useful feature to add would be while looking a particular tree if you could click the family and see all the trees in that family. If the filters worked properly this could be a very useful app. Edited 04-16-18 to add: There are no maps (that I can find) to show the range of each tree.
  • App will not download after purchase

    By LSUHawkPilot
    I paid for this app but it will not download.
  • Trees USA

    By AHMcCoy
    The app needs reorganization by region so you can quickly eliminate trees or shrubs you won’t see the your current location. It could use other such filters to more quickly zero in on the plant in question. Offering the ability to submit a photo of your plant would also be useful. And of course more species need to be added. Alan McCoy