- Australia partner,
- Different symbol for obscured locations on maps,
- Show species complex rank in taxon chooser,
- Fix for a bug when deleting observations
Ratings and Reviews
So far so good.
What a great idea. Community science can potentially make contribution to total human knowledge. We live in an age of disinformation and many of our leaders in high office are uneducated idiots. Similarly, the level of science education of the general public is quite poor and any scheme which increases the public interest in STEM subjects is a wonderful thing. The app seems like a great portal. Who knows what you could discover?
Share your knowledge about the natural world
I am using this app as part of an assignment around personal inquiry in my Teacher Librarian diploma. I love being able to quickly upload photos, even at the moment I take them, find a possible match, and by the time I get home, another community member has helped ID my photo. THIS is a great use of technology! And with the help of the community, I am learning more and more. Working together, building knowledge and skills together, and contributing to the scientific community makes this app very worthwhile. I tell everyone who loves the outdoors and is interested in what they see to try it out!
Best, most used, and absolutely the most valuable application I have.
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- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.