"India Birds" app is the official bird application created by NATURE WEB team. App displays bird names in regional languages (vernacular names) such as Marathi, Hindi, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Assamese, Bhojpuri, Nepali, Malayalam, Tamil, Punjabi, Oriya and Telugu.
"India Birds" app works in offline mode and is very easy to use as a "field guide" at birding sites as it has various information like bird's relative size, sexual differences, wildlife schedule, habitat, food, interesting facts, nesting period, etc. captured for each bird.
"India Birds" app as name suggests - covers most of the common species of birds found in India. The application is in sync with our own bird repository and hence includes the birds which you will find in our website @ http://www.india-birds.com
Some key features of "India Birds" app include:
1. List of bird names in Marathi, Hindi, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Assamese, Bhojpuri, Nepali, Malayalam, Tamil, Punjabi, Oriya and Telugu
2. List of Threatened Birds
3. Bird categorization for easy navigation.
4. Searchable List of birds.
5. List of State Birds of India
6. Bird Details screen with birds calls and photo gallery - use floating menu to view photo gallery and YouTube video link (if available)
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Added new regional (vernacular) names including 2 new languages, Oriya and Telugu
Ratings and Reviews
So close and yet so far!!!!
It feels like the information in the app was brought together by someone who understands and has a passion for birds but that the UX and UI was created by someone who has never been Bird watching and just threw something together. The content is great, the logo looks cool but your UX designer has destroyed your product.
A couple of examples:
I obviously want to use this app for bird ID: At the moment if I click on a potential bird and then go back to the main page my search is reset to the top of the list, obviously this makes searching very slow. Another: The pictures on the list are tiny and there is no way to make them larger- again, this is for identifying birds! The main thing we need here is large images to help with identifying birds. Another: the categories are very odd- for example: what category is a bee eater in this system? Stick to standard categories so your users will know where to look. Is there anyway of adding a search feature that sorts by diagnostic features? (Size, colour, habitat, etc.) it might help.
There is a dearth of good apps out there, especially for India. I feel confident that people would pay for your app if it worked.
I wish you the best of luck.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.