Warblr is an app that automatically recognises birds by their song. The way in which it works is simple – make a recording with your iPhone, and Warblr will identify the species of bird/s that can be found in that recording, providing you with images and descriptions to help you learn more about our feathered friends.
In using Warblr, you will be contributing to a citizen science project, and hopefully one day helping to protect endangered species. We will be making the recordings and the data collected on species identification freely available to be used for research and conservation.
Warblr can recognise over 220 species of British bird, and works particularly well for garden and woodland species. Our technology uses the latest techniques in machine learning, and is supported by Queen Mary University of London.
**Please note – if you’re having any issues using Warblr please just drop us a line to email@example.com**
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Ratings and Reviews
So Disappointing (but see added update below)
I really wanted this app to work, but sadly I am one of the many it seems who merely gets a message repeatedly saying I have no internet connection, which is not correct. I waited a while to write this review because I had sent an email to the developers asking for help but, two weeks later, I have yet to receive a reply, so I’m not only disappointed that the app doesn’t work for me, but also disappointed with the developer’s customer service.
UPDATE: I have since been contacted by the developer’s support team with profuse apologies. They had a server problem, which is now fixed and my app works, although I haven’t yet tried it out.
I’ve wasted £4.99
Having recently bought Warblr I can no longer use it as it is stuck on bird details, which there is no way back from. Having identified a list of possible birds on the screen I tapped one to find out more about it. The details were very interesting but there is no way back, no arrow, no “ back” symbol, and I can’t now resume use of the App. It is extremely frustrating, tapping, double tapping has no effect. I tried coming out of the App but when I tried it again... back to the bird details it is stuck on. A total waste of money.
I’ve previously written a bad review, however...
I received an email from the Warblr team this morning citing server issues for the poor past performance. I’ve just tried the app and it appears to be fixed. Having given it a few goes, it seems accurate too, and even picked up a greater spotted woodpecker that I couldn’t actually hear, but occasionally visits our garden so we know it’s local. Thanks for the comm, team and I’m glad the issues are resolved.
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- WARBLR LTD
- 23.3 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with the Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Warblr Ltd
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.