Wild Edibles

    DOWNLOAD  $4.99


    Wild Edibles's review

    Published: 2015-08-06, by .

    An info-packed reference tool for how and what food to forage

    • Tons of detail
    • Glossy photos
    • Easy to navigate
    • Loads of filtering options
    • Crappy design

    "Forage your own food"


    Don't be fooled by the drab and unattractive interface: Wild Edibles is a seriously useful reference guide for anyone interested in foraging their own food. the app is packed with useful information, including where and how to get ingredients from, which parts to use, how to treat them safely, and how to differentiate between poisonous petals from edible perennials.

    As well as a stash of detailed photos, this well-stocked catalog also boasts harvesting methods, preparation instructions, and ripping recipes.


    There are tons of filtering options: you can search by keyword or swipe through image until you find the plant you're looking for, and filter by season, useful parts, habitat, and by whether it is edible, medicinal, or poisonous.

    Each plant profile includes glossy photos and info on how to spot, similar varieties, things to watch out for, harvesting, uses, nutrition, and recipes. There's also a glossary of terms, and lots of helpful and important information to get your teeth into.


    The design needs a bit of an overhaul: it´'s very dated and a little off putting, which is a shame because the app itself is actually great.

    Tags: wild edibles apk , wild edibles , wild edibles full apk , winterroot wild edibles pro apk

    Jayne Appszoom logo

    by Jayne , Appszoom

    Aug 06, 2015


    Created in collaboration with "Wildman" Steve Brill, Becky Lerner, Christopher Nyerges, and Winterroot you can learn to identify, cultivate, and prepare over 200 plants!

    • Identify using up to 8 high resolution images per plant
    • Add your own notes
    • West coast specific plants from Becky Lerner and Christopher Nyerges
    • New cultivation information helps wild plants stay forgeable year after year
    • The same identification, harvesting, preparation, and recipes from the "Wildman" you've already learned, plus 50 more!

    Now your favorite foraging reference and identification tool has a sleek new interface and even more content! In addition to hundreds of plants from nationally renowned forager “Wildman” Steve Brill, we are very excited to announce contributions from west coast foragers Rebecca Lerner and Christopher Nyerges.

    Wild Edibles is a massive compendium of foraging knowledge suitable for beginners and experts alike. Use this app at home as a quick reference, or in the field as a replacement for cumbersome field guides. Providing the subject's most comprehensive resource in a compact digital form, this app takes wild edible plants to a whole new level of accessibility.

    **UPDATE: The image downloader feature that was causing issues for many users of Wild Edibles has been removed. Images will now download to your SDCard the first time they are accessed, rather than all at once upon installation of the app. Many apologies for any inconvenience you may have encountered with using the previous version of Wild Edibles. Happy foraging!**

    Explore more

    Users review

    from 154 reviews



    Users comments for Wild Edibles

    David Glassey

    by David Glassey

    Oct 14, 2017  |  "Poor"

    I have tried and tried to load the images, to no avail. I've now given up. Books don't let you down!

    Gary B

    by Gary B

    Oct 05, 2017  |  "OK"

    I was very impressed with this app until I got a new phone and it does just like the other bad reviews stated. Won't download the pictures, and keeps stopping. Some compatibility issues with the newer Android versions.. Please get it straightened out.

    Darrell Zimmer

    by Darrell Zimmer

    Sep 28, 2017  |  "Good"

    So the drawing of the currant isn't really all that good and even though he mentions a glossary (non-existant) and some plants only seem to have 1 picture, though you can scroll over a few more times only the comment line changes not the picture. But for all that it's still better than lugging a book around. I didn't have any problems with the pictures, downloaded quick and they look good.

    Justin Maxwell

    by Justin Maxwell

    Sep 18, 2017  |  "Good"

    The bad: Images don't load when swiped to see more. Sometimes they do, but rarely. The UI is clunky and weird, this would be much better if it was just a standard off-the-shelf material design implementation. The good: - The information within this app is incredible, unparallelled. - The creator of it has found a new developer and is pushing forward with a much better version for all of us.

    Ryan Gilchrist

    by Ryan Gilchrist

    Sep 14, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Pamela Forth

    by Pamela Forth

    Jul 18, 2017  |  "OK"

    I can't get this program to upload the images. It just keeps running and running. I really would like the program. Help!