iBird App

ibird app

iBird App

Mitchell Waite has come up with a great app for smart phone users. It’s called iBird. The app can run on the iPhone and Android phones.

Now if I could afford to toss my Blackberry and get the latest smart phone, I would be in birding heaven.

From iBird Website:

iBird Explorer is the first of a new breed of electronic books that reinvent how we consume reference information. It has been developed to take full advantage of the rich media, high-quality graphics, and computer processing power of the iPhone and iPod touch mobile computing platforms. With a sophisticated database-driven search engine and fast access to facts, illustrations, photos, and playable bird calls, iBird Explorer puts the equivalent of over 4,000 pages of expert birding information in your pocket.


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  1. I recently picked up the Android version for my Eris, and it’s just great. The version for Android is called Backyard, and doen’t have all the birds I run into, but it has a lot of them. It really is nice because it loads onto the phone, so it doesn’t matter if you have service, and it’s lighter than a Sibley guide to carry. Well worth the modest fee.

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