The app then give you all the informations about the fish including scientific name, it's family and genus, and the images of the same species in our database. You can also read more information about it's habitat and characteristic on Wikipedia.

- Instantly identify any fish from photo or camera using latest AI technology.
- High quality database maintained by scientists and collaborators around the world.
- Study captured fish on Wikipedia.
- Identify anywhere anytime even without internet access.
- Diary book for captured fishes.

What’s New

Version 2.0

We are bringing huge update to this version including:

◆ Completely new design to make the app look even better.
◆ Improved camera to take the best photo for identification.
◆ More results to compare when the first one doesn't match.
◆ Various bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

ZeroGravityMuzik ,

It’s not bad but not worth $5.

App is pretty decent at identifying, have had a few misidentifications but more correct identifications so that’s a plus. I live in Georgia and it does fairly well at identifying the usual fish you’d catch in the creeks/rivers and lakes. It’s all about the picture quality and angling of the fish. To get the best match, the fish needs to have its full side facing the camera with good quality and lighting to assure the scales/colors and overall structure of the fish is visible. I have had I’d say at least 95% identification success using that method.

MinnesotaFisherman ,

Works well from stored photos

Tried this app with first time success on photos of LMB and Northern. Pictures were not closeups of the fish but rather full view of me holding the fish. Took maybe 3 seconds to pull up ID and Wikipedia entry. Only problem is with the Wikipedia window. On my iPhone 5s IOS 11.3.1, the Wikipedia window is formatted incorrectly with a small scrolling window superimposed on a larger view of the Wikipedia page that doesn’t scroll.

Gorilla280 ,


Never have I missed $5 more quickly. Bought the app to identify some sort of wrasse a friend caught. App called it a catfish. Tried out a soap fish picture I took today, and at least the app placed it in the grouper family, which is what it looks like. So then I decided to give it an easy one with an amberjack I caught. None of the 3 choices given by the app were close. Could’ve gone with almaco, banded rudderfish, or amberjack, and I would’ve given the app a pass, but it seems useless for me.


Phuong Bui
32.2 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Nature Identification


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

More By This Developer

You May Also Like