Introducing PlantSnap for Free on Android! - Instantly ID Plants

Introducing PlantSnap 6.0

by | May 1, 2023

We have completely rebuilt PlantSnap from the ground up, and the brand new version is launching this month! Along with everything you love, we’re adding:

🌱 More accurate plant identification

🌱 New detailed plant care instructions

🌱 A new user interface

🌱 And so much more 

Now is the perfect time to get back to your roots, leaves and stems. Follow us on social media to be part of our growing community of plant lovers.


  1. Dana Palzkill

    Hi Claire, Glad you asked, yes there is a free version, “Freemium”.
    We will ask you to subscribe for the added PlantSnap benefits, but you can X out of our ask, and continue for free if you desire.
    Hope you enjoy PlantSnap!

  2. Martha Hendricks

    Looking forward to using this app

  3. Iain J Dunn

    I know my plants, PS keeps using American names for European plants which is annoying

  4. Frances Norris

    I really like this app.!!!

  5. Jogareddy Chiduruppa


  6. Tim Parsons

    Thank you for letting me join your plant snap

  7. Anne Small

    I have just discovered your app and was very excited when it recognised my first flower photo as Mimulus Magic Orange, as I grew it from seed from a friend’s plant not knowing what it was. I then photographed a yellow flower grown from the same seed pod, expecting it to be Mimulus. It was identified as Deep Monkey Flower, Erythranthe Guttata. Finally, another from the same seed pod came up as Yellow Gold Mottled Calibrachoa hybrid. Surely they are all Mimulus hybrid possibly?
    Interesting anyway.

  8. Jacqui herrity

    I need to know what this plant is in my garden

  9. Shirley Mead

    I have a vine like plant growing through my lawn it has purple flowers and the leaves are sort of a purple color

  10. william Longnecker

    Tried the Free version of PlantSnap for the first time today. It only took seconds for the ID to come back. I was very impressed. I think I will upgrade, tomorrow will be the test.

  11. Jerry Serwas

    Almost 70 years in Florida – have never seen this vine. Vine has 3 lobed leaf with oblong plum-sized seed pods.
    Largest seed pod 2-1/2 inch length x 3/4 inch girth . This pod matured, dropped as opposed to green pod slightly larger
    than half size of 1st pod. Have several pix. Spent a good deal of time on the internet attempting to ID. Close, but no match.

  12. Mary Gilbert

    Does plantsnap cover ferns?

  13. Jude Archangeli

    Would like to get identification for plants flowers
    Kind Regards


    Would love this to be used on my kindly fire

  15. Evelyn Lindsey

    Ancious to use this app!

  16. sam

    I hike in the New River Gorge. 90 % of the area has no cell signal (Verizon). Is there a way to snap a photo, save it and ID it with plantsnap once I have a signal?

  17. James Watson

    Pensioner who walks in park lots of plants will help enormously

  18. Gail Wall

    I have photos from my vacation. Can I use these with PlantSnap ?

  19. M Brown

    Is there a limit of free requests for identification ? It appears that you only allow 10 then I need to buy monthly / yearly subscription

  20. Nenita

    This would be awesome to include in my apps

  21. Corrie Gilbert

    I love plantsnap. I have an android but im finding it will only allow me to check out 3 or 4 plants at one time then a popup appears asking to wait so mnany hours etc and also i can go premium. Next day time is longer. How do i avoid this or can i only check out one or two plants a day

  22. Greg

    Does this work for wild plants?

  23. Dobrin

    I have plenty of plants in my garden but I struggle to remember their names.

  24. Rachel Wall

    I have registered on die free version however cannot login due to incorrect password message an when I try to reset the message is ‘reset option has been cancelled’

  25. Susan oglander

    I would like to have plant snap to help me decide and recognize varieties

  26. Gary Clements

    How do I share to my wife’s and son’s phone ?

    • PlantSnap Team

      Do you want to share photos, or share the app? They’ll have to download the app on their own phones if that’s what you want to do!

  27. Kathryn Crowder

    I am looking fwd to finding out the no names in my garden!

    • PlantSnap Team

      Let us know how it goes!

      • Claude

        Do you have a phone number

        • Gail

          Is there a limit per day of snap pictures

    • Elaine Miller

      Is Plantsnap free on my Apple smartphone

      • John Bennett

        Give me flowers

        • Gary

          Hi..I need help to identify a plant..Is it an indoor or outdoor etc… Cheers.. Gary

      • Nasreen Anwar

        Is plant snap free on my smartphone

      • Ann mcnally

        Thank you there is loads of weeds I think are plants, now I’ll know

      • Dona Deininger

        I thought the PlantSnap App I put on my i-pnone was free, but now I see a mention of subscriptions ?

    • Terence Greenman.

      Being a depressive,I would like to identify various plants that make me smile.

    • Ryder

      Looking to name my plants

    • Kathleen Granfeldt

      I trying to find out what does new baby growth on a hydrangea is it it a softer leaves



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