iplant—Fast and accurate recognition of plants and flowers based on artificial intelligence APP!
Just shoot or select plant images from your mobile phone to quickly identify plants and discover unknowns!
Photo identification: Open the application and take a picture to quickly identify the plants.
Gallery identification: The plant pictures in the mobile phone album are imported into this application to quickly identify plants.
Identification records: Automatically save identification records and quickly search history records.
Share: Share PlantSnap images to fackbook, whatsapp,Twitter, etc.
Ratings and Reviews
It’s like plant ID for dummies.
Bought home in late fall that had many plants finished blooming. In spring, some started budding/blooming but we’re not sure what they were or how to care for them. The iPlant app is very useful and user friendly in helping us determine what we have in our new surroundings and how to care for them. Would recommend to anyone that doesn’t have a green thumb - and to some who think they do.
Not very useful
I appreciate the simplicity of the app, and that to me the ads aren’t too thick, thank you.
Personally, I’d been dying to know what kind of plant was on our hands. Although it did seem to know birch trees, and identified, -um, Korean meat, it was a misclassification as my plant was clearly green, and in no way a tree. I think that this app probably does have a good database, but maybe there’s a better way that things have to be displayed that would be good to know about. I just took a pic of the plant in good lighting, but who knows.
The first time, it didn’t identify it- just called my plant ‘Agriculture’- one time, it even identified it as a ‘houseplant’- and it could definitely be, but what’s the type....
Possibly bad luck....
I downloaded the iplant app to assist in identifying unknown plants and identifying the names of plants I couldn’t remember. I’ve had the app about two months and both times I’ve used it, it’s been a bust!
Most recently, I photographed a neighbor’s plant. I knew what it should be, but couldn’t remember the name. I wanted a quick reference without having to search Google. The answer was a Titi Monkey! There definitely was no monkey in the bush! (My photo had excellent resolution and was by no means blurry!) So, I did my Google search for “fruits with many seeds”. Pomegranate was the plant / fruit I was searching for! Really, a Titi Monkey???!!!! Accuracy should / needs to be better! I’ll give it just one more try! Three strikes and you’re out!
- Yang Zongqun
- 12.1 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © iplant-Plant Identification & Plant Snap
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.