Curio-xyz Discover trees 4+

Breadboard Labs Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free



Curio is a way to connect with your local environment and the people who care for it.
It uses community-based information sharing and mapping to help you to explore and learn about the trees in your local area and share your own discoveries with the wider world.

Use Curio to identify the species of any tree that you find.
Map trees and share images and observations.
Your photos and observations contain crucial information that can be used to improve the care that trees receive, keeping them healthy as they grow. This makes a hugely positive difference to the wider environment.

What’s New

Version 1.0.5

Adds ability to delete your stories as needed.
Adds ability to upload additional images to a story that you have already published.
You can now delete trees that you mapped in error.
Adds a new "Regional portal" card for organisations who are providing regional services.
Also - new on-boarding helpers!

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

TattooTiger ,

Very Helpful!

I was able to find this app by an online website our science teacher gave us so we could find a citizen science project. At first I was questionable about the app, but after fidgeting around with it, it was extremely helpful in making our science project. Curio offers many ways that you could use in order to further inform yourself on the natural world that surrounds all of us. If I could fix one thing I would try to make this app a little more user friendly because it took my a little bit to adapt to using that app. Overall, Curio has been a fantastic help in helping us with our science project, and I would definitely recommend downloading it not just for a science project, but to help other people become aware of the trees that surround us all.

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