Flora Incognita
FLORA INCOGNITA - DISCOVER THE DIVERSITY OF NATUREWhat's blooming? With the Flora Incognita app, this question is quickly answered. Take a picture of a plant, find out what it's called and learn everything you want to know with the help of a fact sheet. Highly precise algorithms based on artificial intelligence identify wild plants even when they are not (yet) in bloom!In the Flora Incognita app you can easily view all your collected plant finds in a observation list. Maps show where you have found your plants. This way you can see how your knowledge about wild plants is growing.But Flora Incognita is even more! The app is free of charge and without advertising, because it is part of a scientific research project that aims to improve nature conservation. The collected observations are used to answer scientific research questions that deal, for example, with the spread of invasive species or the effects of climate change on biotopes.In regular stories, you will learn about news from the project, get insights into the scientific work or will be made curious about what is happening in nature right now.WHY SHOULD YOU USE FLORA INCOGNITA?- Identify wild plants simply by taking a photo with your smartphone- Learn more about plant species with the help of extensive plant profiles- Collect your findings in your observation list- Become part of an innovative scientific community- Share your findings on Twitter, Instagram & Co!HOW GOOD IS FLORA INCOGNITA?Species
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Thanks 4 upd8! A way to put the list above the map or remove the map entirely would still be appreciated. Dark mode is very nice, but offline mode is misleading, as you need network to check the plant. If the image is not clear you will not know until you connect online and cannot retake. Awesome ty! I still think the map being moved/removed as a setting would be a good QOL upd8. Appreciate the time taken, will review more with better weather.
Goldfish
May 7, 2023
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Flora Incognita
FLORA INCOGNITA - DISCOVER THE DIVERSITY OF NATUREWhat's blooming? With the Flora Incognita app, this question is quickly answered. Take a picture of a plant, find out what it's called and learn everything you want to know with the help of a fact sheet. Highly precise algorithms based on artificial intelligence identify wild plants even when they are not (yet) in bloom!In the Flora Incognita app you can easily view all your collected plant finds in a observation list. Maps show where you have found your plants. This way you can see how your knowledge about wild plants is growing.But Flora Incognita is even more! The app is free of charge and without advertising, because it is part of a scientific research project that aims to improve nature conservation. The collected observations are used to answer scientific research questions that deal, for example, with the spread of invasive species or the effects of climate change on biotopes.In regular stories, you will learn about news from the project, get insights into the scientific work or will be made curious about what is happening in nature right now.WHY SHOULD YOU USE FLORA INCOGNITA?- Identify wild plants simply by taking a photo with your smartphone- Learn more about plant species with the help of extensive plant profiles- Collect your findings in your observation list- Become part of an innovative scientific community- Share your findings on Twitter, Instagram & Co!HOW GOOD IS FLORA INCOGNITA?Species
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great app so far, it has helped me identify plant species easily and quickly! I like how it saves the location of the plant, where you saw it. My major concern is privacy, my location data, when taking pictures of my properties plants. Aside from the fear of the unknown, this app has exceeded my expectations for a free app. The UI is unique, that's for sure. but it's better than your average boring basic UI. No need to make an account, no fuss, no hassle, just shoot, identify, be happy.
A Google user
July 8, 2019
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