Virginia Tech Tree ID

Virginia Tech Tree ID

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  • (62 stars)

    by Troy Smith on 01/12/2014

    I enjoy being able to figure out what trees I'm looking at.

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    by frederick stein on 29/11/2014

    Press to see tress and get a message the app has stopped.

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    by Chris Everest on 28/11/2014

    Pretty good app, has helped me many times while out doing my job, my biggest complaint is lack of other commonly used names, like what I call an Andromeda, is listed as a japanese pieris and a search for andromeda brings up bog rosemary instead. Or burning bush is only listed as a winged euonymus. Its awesome though when I go to new places and can easily ID trees I have never seen before. Would l

  • (62 stars)

    by Jack Sills on 27/11/2014

    Great app for facts about shrubs & trees in NC

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    by Rebecca Hargrave on 21/11/2014

    I use this app regularly and encourage my dendrology students to as well.

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    by Michael Kent on 15/11/2014

    The best and most comprehensive tree app for my location but still could be better.... PROs - The most comprehensive, useful, and helpful tree app I've come across for my location. CONS - The main issue that I hope gets attended to is the amount of storage this app takes up. It is one of my biggest space consumers on my phone. Another minor con is that it's interface isn't very clean and nice.

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    by Peter Donnelly on 13/11/2014

    There doesn't seem to be a better guide to North American trees, at least till Audubon gets its app working on more devices. This one could be improved with higher resolution pics, and by adding alternative names — such as the Canadian arbutus (madrona) and Garry oak (Oregon white oak). The latter, by the way, doesn't show up in the list for my location though it is a local native, albeit at the n

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    by Barbarian Randy on 08/11/2014

    Native trees are the most important to ID ..this helps with learning or remembering. Cut down all non native species ;) kudzu first.

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    by Lee Cramer on 27/10/2014

    Better than Audubon Trees.

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    by David Clark on 20/10/2014

    Not really designed well and rarely identifies correctly

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    by Edwin Martin on 15/10/2014

    works great except on my android 2.3.4 when the phone sensor changes from upright to sideways, the program jumps back to the start page? And then if you don't have a gps fix, the program keeps asking me for the coordinates on every search instead of remembering the last gps coordinate.

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    by Jesus Chavira on 28/09/2014

    for those that love the outside

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    by brittany collins on 28/09/2014

    Narrowed down a park/nature trail in my community and all of the trees /bushes down to a T. Although I wish i could take a photo and have it analyzed that way, my search was not as difficult as i expected. Best leaf/tree identifier out here. Good work VT!!

  • (62 stars)

    by Jessica D. Everett on 19/09/2014

    Wanted to identify some trees while hiking with the kiddos. This is the app you want for NATIVE SPECIES! If you want to know about non-native or invasive species go to a nursery or look online.

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    by jason long on 13/09/2014

    This app is yet to even provide me with one identification. In fact it won't even give me a list of possible choices.