iplant can 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 Plant images & information to Facebook、WhatsApp、Twitter,etc.
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Ratings and Reviews
I happened to stumble upon this pretty flowered plant. With it’s 4 pedals looking like a propeller on a speed boat to beauty. At first I had an idea of what it was, as I proceeded going all the way down to the root but not sure I could identify the root. So therefore I started my Quest of pinpointing what it is. I stumbled across this app. It hesitated for a second as if it was me searching through its database to find out and lo and behold there it identified exactly what it was. I like this app. Let us start a journey and document it. Thank you for your creative app to identify plants. Let’s see what I can find out in the future.
Great free app!’
Was looking for a help to identify my flowers. Am an avid gardener but can never remember what I planted. I also have a friend who gives me all kinds of flowers and I just stick them in the ground. With this all I do is snap a picture and the app lets me select what I want to identify. Perfect. Just what I was looking for. Took a while to wade thru the costly apps but finally got here. I recommend this to any and everyone whose interested in plant identification.
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....
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- 21.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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