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Tree Key on the App Store on iTunes

Kerfuffle VOF

Description

Tree identification using a tree leaf key. Find trees by name or sight. Learn everything about the leaf margin, shape, venation, fruit, inflorescence, use and medical value of a tree and its leaf. Our trees: Common Beech, White/Black Poplar, American/English/Sessile Oak, Silver Birch, Common Hawthorn, Black Alder, Common Ash, Norway Spruce, Sycamore Maple, Ginkgo, Scots Pine, European Hornbeam, Common Hazel, Holly, Field Elm, European Rowan, Lime, European Larch, Norway Marple, Common Walnut, Horse-Chestnut, Black/Wild Cherry, Elder, Weeping Gold/White Willow, Yew, Sweet Chestnut, Alder Buckthorn, Black Locust, Plane Tree and many more.

Bonsai Garden

DroidReloaded
This Bonsai Tree app has a large database of bonsai trees with detailed description and colorful photos. With a seemingly endless choices of species, choosing the right bonsai can be very challenging especially for beginners. Your choice should largely depend on where you live and the weather patterns in your area. There are some species which are more tolerant of cold, full sun, salt, and etc. Growing a tree which naturally can be found in your area will save you lots of headaches. This app will provide you with all the necessary information about each tree like point of origin, water requirements, light requirements, fertilizing needs, hardiness, propagation methods and more.

Tree Height Measurement

ForestTools
This app can be used to estimate tree height. The quality of your measurement depends on your Android device and on how well you can hold the device in your hand. The app does not replace a professional height meter. It is made for quick height estimation of trees. In addition forestry students can use it to become accustomed to measuring tree heights.Usage: Start the app and choose one of the two measuring methods. For method 3Winkel (3 angles) you have to put a marker on the tree or set a pole next to the tree. The marker or the pole should reach relatively high from the ground. Measure the height of the marker or the length of the pole and add the value to the edit field of the app (see also settings). Then find a spot where you can see and measure the tree. Hold your Android device (telephone or whatever), so that you can aim with eye over the long narrow side the target. Measure the tree tip, the marker (pole) and the tree base. Your measurement will be recorded if you touch the screen below the text. If you make a mistake just cycle through the measurement and start again.For the method E+2Winkel (distance plus 2 angles) you have to measure or estimate the distance to the tree. This can be achieved by tape or by counting step length. Add the distance to the edit field of the app and start measuring the tree tip and base like it was described before. You can change the settings by pressing the Android menu button of your device in the main screen of the map. Choosing Hilfe (help) you will see this text. Selecting Settings you can individually set the language, the preferred method of measurement, the preset distance and height of the marker. The settings are saved on your sdcard in the directory /ftools and the file bhmsettings.dat. In order to make use of your individual settings, your will need to close the app after saving the settings. You can close the app from the menu if you selecet beenden (exit).Please consider: 1.) Measuring hardwoods you should slightly aim through the crown to hit the tip. 2.) For all measurements you have to keep the eye in the same position. So do not move your head. 3.) The distance from the tree should be close to tree height. 4.) on a hill side it is better to measure at the same elevation as the tree. 5.) It is complicated to measure in stormy weather. 6.) When touching the Android screen for measurement, avoid movement. 7.) You will need to see the tree well. Measure the tree from different directions Keywords: Forestry, Tree Height, Height Measurement

Tree Care

ActInNature Company
Tree Care - this app helps in outdoor gardening, care of garden plants and trees.The application uses satellite Google maps for orientation and display the position of plants and trees on the terrain. GPS feature helps the user to navigate the terrain and see current location.★ Tree. Each tree is recorded with the following fields: type, variety, label, icon to display on the map, planting date and comments. Also each tree has its photo gallery and a list of tasks. Warning, free version of the app has a limitation of 5 trees.★ Photo. Each photo in the gallery has fields for date and comments. Optional attributes "Height" and "Harvest" help the user to control the growth of trees and analyze the yield of fruit trees. Photos are stored in a separate folder on SD card and do not mix with other photos in the Smartphone.★ Task. Each task has fields for name, date and comments, as well as "Done" attribute. If a tree has some not completed tasks then this tree is highlighted on the map with the number of overdue tasks. Samples of tasks could be: watering, pruning, fertilizing, etc.Entry of repeatable text fields (such as type, variety, name) is simplified with drop-down lists of suggestions.The user can view tasks for each tree as well as see all the available tasks. Each entry has a menu option "Find on map", which is useful for determining the location of a specific task or gallery item on the map.The satellite maps are easy to navigate and control with two fingers: rotation (press and rotate with two fingers), increase or decrease the scale and tilt the map by sliding simultaneously two fingers up and down.The "Share" function allows users to send an e-mail message with all the information gathered for a tree, including attachments of all photos of the tree.In order to save battery power we recommend that you turn off the GPS feature when it is not in use.Test the free version of the app and upgrade for $1.99 to full version if it fits your needs.

Tree ID - TreeID with Fall Foliage on the App Store on iTunes

MEDL Mobile, Inc.

Description

Don’t judge a tree by its bark; get to know our natural neighbors with TreeID.

Reached #12 in Canada!

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TreeID was created in MEDL Mobile’s App Incubator. The idea was submitted by Jason Siniscalchi, a PhD in Forest Resource Science from Connecticut who had done his graduate studies work at West Virginia University in Forest Management.

He wanted a way to share his research and interest in tree identification with the world for all nature enthusiasts. This app will also be helpful for allergy sufferers who can now easily identify the plants they are allergic to.

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TreeID allows the user to identify almost any tree in Northern America based on its:
• Name
• Scientific name
• Physical attributes (bark, leaf and fruit)
• Geographic location

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FOREST SCIENCE MADE EASY
Because many of us using the app may not know the proper name for identifying particular types of leaves or fruit, the app will walk the user through the various methods of tree identification. The app contains thousands of images, illustrations and notations. Yet with only a few clicks, the user should be able to identify any tree in the forest!

NEWEST FEATURES
• Improved tree identification functionality
• More than a hundred new trees
• Fifty “Fall Foliage” trees with Autumn colors

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PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE UPDATING
TreeID has an extensive database of trees built right into the app. This way, it’s available to you at all times so you don’t have to worry about having no reception while trying to identify a tree.

Since our tree database is so large, this update does take a little bit of time to download. We recommend that you start your update while accessing a reliable internet connection, and make sure that you have roughly an hour of free time to stay connected before starting your download.
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We are proud to call TreeID a Shiny MEDL Object. You can see all of them at www.medlmobile.com. And if you have an idea for an app that you’d like to see on the app store someday, visit www.appincubator.com.

Winter TreeId - British Isles Tree Guide on the App Store on iTunes

Isoperla Ltd

Description

With WinterTreeId you can identify and learn about all the trees of the British countryside during winter.

The original and the best, WinterTreeId is an easy to use but comprehensive field guide to trees found growing in open countryside and natural woodland of the British Isles. The guide has been created by professional published ecologists, accept no cheap imitations!

All native British tree species are covered. Naturalised species are covered too.

TreeId was one of BBC Countryfile's top 10 apps and described as "incredibly useful" by ITV's Seth Conway and "a lovely app" by Adam Vaughan of the Guardian. It was voted No. 5 in the Guardian Green Living top 10 apps and was given the "Best" award by iPhione Apps Plus.

Have you ever been on a walk in the countryside during the winter months and wondered "What tree is that?". WinterTreeId is a great tool to help you identify trees during the winter months when the tree may have no leaves, flowers or fruits to go on. Its great fun to use too. With WinterTreeId, identification can be enjoyed by the whole family, and can engage children with the natural world around them. For the tree enthusiast, there is comprehensive anatomical and ecological information, with high quality images of every species.

When you have identified a tree, why not record your sighting using our mapping screen. You can share your sighting with all other users too if you like. See how many species you can identify this winter!

There is a great quiz that really improves your id skills. Compete to be our highest scorer!

The app does not need an internet connection, all content is downloaded when the app is purchased.

Isoperla field guides are the only products on the market that use the KUSAM species identification methodology. This state of the art method is a modern taxonomic keying system designed specifically for use on mobile devices.

Isoperla are proud to support the International Tree Foundation with a donation from every sale of TreeId and WinterTreeId. The ITF work at home and abroad planting trees and encouraging the natural regeneration of sustainable forest. Their work in Africa helping to alleviate property through tree related projects is inspiring.

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Join our user group and get emails regarding updates, participate in forums and contribute to future releases. See our website for details.

Virginia Tech Tree ID

Bob Potts
Virginia Tech Tree Identification brings the award winning Virginia Tech digital dendrology material to your Android smart phone. It contains fact sheets for 969 woody plants from all over North America with an in depth description, range map and thousands of color images of leaves, flowers, fruit, twigs, bark and form. Users can narrow the species list for any location in North America using the phone's GPS, network signal or any entered address or zip code. Basically the application can become “Woody Plants of Where You Are Standing”. For example, it can become the “Woody Plants of Southwestern Oregon” , the “Woody Plants of Central Park” or the or “The Woody Plants of 37.108 lat., -80.452 long., elevation 2118”. Users can further narrow the species list by answering a series of very simple tree attribute questions such as where the plant is growing, leaf shape, leaf arrangement, flower color or fruit type. The species list can also be narrowed by typing a keyword such as oak, Abies, red or palm. For example if oak is typed only oaks found in the defined area will be listed.A feature also allows you to send any tree related question to “Dr. Dendro”, a tree expert in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech. You can send a tree description or pictures of your plant and experts will help with identification.KEY FEATURES• 969 woody plants from all over North America• Over 6,400 color photographs of leaves, flowers, fruit, twig, bark, form, and range map for each species• In depth description of all plant parts• Narrows species list based on your location and elevation using the phones GPS, network signal or user entered location• Search for species by a key word, e.g. maple• Identify species by answering a series of simple questions. A picture is displayed showing what is being asked.• Navigate between species with a push of a button. • Send a tree question to “Dr. Dendro” a tree expert at Virginia TechVIRGINIA TECH TREE IDENTIFICATION DIGITAL MATERIALVisit our web sites at: http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu Woody Plants in North America, 2012, Kendall/Hunt Publishing is a multimedia tutorial on DVD covering 920 woody plants with over 23,000 color photographs of leaves (summer and fall), flowers, fruits, twigs, bark and form for each plant. The software displays multiple images of all plant parts so user can develop a “feel” for normal field variation. A customizable, self-quizzing section allows users to evaluate their progress in plant identification. For more features on this software visit: http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu/dendrology/wpina.htm NOTESThe 650 MB database of tree photographs and text is downloaded from our server. We recommend you install Virginia Tech Tree Identification using a fast WIFI connection. A cellular connection will generally be too slow.Text and photography by John R. Seiler, John A. Peterson Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech and Ed Jensen, Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State UniversityProgramming by Robert PottsTechnical support by Andrew Meeks

North East Tree Identification

Outdoors Apps
This is the first release of New England Tree Identification just in time for spring. This is a very basic, yet extremely functional app to help any person with any experience level identify the trees around them. This app is a graphical key to help identify trees with the help of a simple sentence to explain each graphic. The entire app is written in lamens terms, no scientific technical jargon here. This app includes 100+ trees, both deciduous and coniferous, that grow all throughout the New England states of the US. The app is built with size in mind so that it will not take up a lot of space on your device and takes little to no resources from your phone with no background operations. There are no useless features that get in the way and confuse the user just simple pure tree identification. There will be many updates to come that will include more layout options for more screen varieties, search functions, and more tree types. If you have any suggestions or comments please feel free to email us.

Forages of Florida

Dacing Tree, Inc.
The Forages of Florida app is a mobile version of the UF/IFAS forages site. You may view detailed information about grasses, legumes, and native forages that are suitable for Florida. Developed by Dacing Tree under the direction of Yoana Newman, Assistant Professor, Extension Forage Specialist, University of Florida.

vTree on the App Store on iTunes

Michael Whitt

Description

Virginia Tech Tree Identification brings the award winning Virginia Tech digital dendrology material to your iPhone. It contains fact sheets for 969 woody plants from all over North America with an in-depth description, range map and thousands of color images of leaves, flowers, fruit, twigs, bark and form.
Users can narrow the species list for any location in North America using the phone's GPS or any entered address or zip code. Basically the application can become "The Woody Plants of Where You Are Standing." For example, it can become "The Woody Plants of Southwestern Oregon," "The Woody Plants of Central Park," or "The Woody Plants of 37.108 lat., -80.452 long., elevation 2118."
Users can further narrow the species list by answering a series of very simple tree attribute questions such as where the plant is growing, leaf shape, leaf arrangement, flower color or fruit type. The species list can also be narrowed by typing a keyword such as oak, Abies, red or palm. For example, if "oak" is typed, only oaks found in the defined area will be listed.
A feature also allows you to send any tree related question to "Dr. Dendro," a tree expert in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech. You can send a tree description or pictures of your plant and experts will help with identification.
KEY FEATURES
•969 woody plants from all over North America.
•Over 6,400 color photographs of leaves, flowers, fruit, twig, bark, form, and range map for each species.
•In depth description of all plant parts.
•Narrows species list based on your location and elevation using the device's GPS or user entered location.
•Search for species by a key word, e.g. maple.
•Identify species by answering a series of simple questions. A picture is displayed showing what is being asked.
•Navigate between species with a push of a button.
•Send a tree question to "Dr. Dendro," a tree expert at Virginia Tech.
VIRGINIA TECH TREE IDENTIFICATION DIGITAL MATERIAL
Visit our web sites at: http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu
Woody Plants in North America, 2012, Kendall/Hunt Publishing is a multimedia tutorial on DVD covering 920 woody plants with over 23,000 color photographs of leaves (summer and fall), flowers, fruits, twigs, bark and form for each plant. The software displays multiple images of all plant parts so user can develop a "feel" for normal field variation. A customizable self-quizzing section allows users to evaluate their progress in plant identification. For more features on this software, visit: http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu/dendrology/wpina.htm
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The 650 MB database of tree photographs and text is downloaded from our server. We recommend you install Virginia Tech Tree Identification using a fast WIFI connection. A cellular connection will generally be too slow.

Text and photography by John R. Seiler, John A. Peterson Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech and Ed Jensen, Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University.