10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Carson Barnett on 22/05/2013
Would be better if it had a "Distinguishing Features" category in the description. For example: "Scarlet Oak looks very much like Pin Oak, but differs in habitat and structure of the acorn cup. It sometimes resembles Black Oak but has shorter, less hairy
by James McDowall on 18/05/2013
Just started using the app to identify local trees and getting the right one every time so far. I'm not a total amateur when it come to species identification which may help me a little. Installed itself to my SD card but took quite some time to downloa
by Emma Saunders on 17/05/2013
This app is a great tool (I'm a first year horticulture student), especially as the Dirr app isn't available for android. My one complaint is that there's no option to store the database to an external sd card. Th e app just takes up too much room on lowe
by Throat Warbler Mangrove on 07/05/2013
I don't get it, I answer as many questions as possible and I keep getting "0 species", whether with an actual tree or just goofing around.
by Adam Davidson on 30/04/2013
I do tree work for a living, and this is a great tool for training new men.
by Brett Rhone on 15/04/2013
I put this app out to all my new mushroom hunters...... we are always looking for the elm trees. Great wish all apps were like this
by Alan Colandrea on 31/03/2013
Loads everything to your device and works offline. Simple menu, helps you identify trees based on multiple questions like location,leaves, shape, etc.
by Bill Pearson on 20/03/2013
For a free app with this much information And no ads It is a 5
by Wayne Sexton II on 17/03/2013
Thanks for a great app!
by A. Slawson on 08/03/2013
A very in-depth app
by Gator Slawson on 08/03/2013
by Steve Bertolacci on 26/01/2013
I just think it's a great app.
by landon webb on 26/01/2013
Something needs to be done about the picture gallery. If all the pictures were in 1 folder it'd be good.
by A Google User on 25/01/2013
Very informative. Not a current UI and would like to see a better back function or next picture function when looking at images would be great.
by Gary Myrick on 25/01/2013
This is the app that you need for North America trees. And it is free. I would pay for this app.
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