In the press

PlantSnap is Apple’s “App of the Day“!

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Plantsnap is Apple's top 5 paid app of 2018

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NBC News identified plants with PlantSnap head to head with other apps. Watch and read how we did!

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ABC Louisville  App of the Week 

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CNET uses PlantSnap as one of their must-have  camping hacks 

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The Christian Science Monitor recommends PlantSnap as a ‘Top Pick’

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The Associated Press discusses what makes a  successful plant identification app like PlantSnap

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The Telluride Daily Planet writes about PlantSnap’s humble beginnings

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CBS Washington D.C. brings PlantSnap to the nation’s capital

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PlantSnap…works like a charm” says Sunny Schubert of The Herald Independent in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin

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USA Today network story discusses the birth of PlantSnap

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CBS Spokane puts PlantSnap to the test on the air

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Cheddar calls PlantSnap "Shazam for Plants"

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The Auburn Reporter says that PlantSnap is an app that can be your guide to nature 

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Red Bull puts PlantSnap on their list of amazing apps for adventurers.

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AI is learning from our encounters with nature, is that a concern

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Australia's Nine says Plantsnap app takes the hard work out of identifying plants

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PlantSnap is Canada's Mobile Syrup's App of the Week

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The EdTech Eleven: This Month's Must-Know Tools

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PlantSnap hard at work in Daytona, Florida

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Review: No more clueless hikes

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Permaculture Apprentice says that PlantSnap is one of 7 Smartphone Apps That’ll Make You A Better Permaculture Farmer and Designer

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It’s Shazam, but for plants – and it works incredibly well

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Beautiful Lafayette, California is enjoying their wildflower harvest with PlantSnap

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PlantSnap one of several apps recommended for nature photography

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The South China Morning Post lists PlantSnap as a top app for outdoor adventures, nature lovers and hiking trips

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WRAL reports that PlantSnap is one of the 3 best apps for identifying plants and animals

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The Evansville, Indiana Courier and Press suggests taking PlantSnap with you on your hikes

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Inverse explores how PlantSnap and image recognition enhance human understanding of the natural world

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Tomorrow's World Today says PlantSnap is a guide to the outdoors

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Portugal's REO recommends PlantSnap to determine what is growing

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Radio station 98.5 in Montreal recommends PlantSnap to those with a green thumb

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Francois Charron says PlantSnap is the perfect tool for fans of exotic plants or nature in general

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El Salvador's "El Target" recommends PlantSnap for understanding ecosystems and identify new habitats

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Finland's Tivi says that PlantSnap is the smart way to identify plants in nature

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France's Mon Jardin & Ma Maison says PlantSnap allows you to identify plants with an app in the blink of an eye

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Ireland's TV3 says PlantSnap is a great way to get your kids outside this summer

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PlantSnap recommended by Androidpit as one of 5 new apps you should try this week

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Spain's Uptodown says PlantSnap is the ideal app for those who want to understand the plant-life around them

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The Czech Republic's Mobil Mania says PlantSnap is the app for lovers of flora

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Outside writes that PlantSnap is one of 5 Digital Tools That Make Summer Adventuring Easier

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Saudi Arabia's Tech World says that PlantSnap can help you connect to the world around you

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Wise Bread lists PlantSnap as one of 8 apps to help you explore the great outdoors PlantSnap as one of 8 apps to help you explore the great outdoors

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Startup Beat says PlantSnap can recognize 90% of all plant life just by taking a picture

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Technology Brigade says that PlantSnap is the "best app to know about any plant in the world"

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Bolivia's El Diario calls PlantSnap a "revolutionary app" for identifying plants

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Bangladesh's NETBiD distinguishes PlantSnap as a most helpful and educational app for identifying plants

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Italy's macitynet.it says that PlantSnap is the "Shazam for plants" and a "botanist in your pocket"

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Gardens Illustrated calls PlantSnap "the revolutionary plant identification app" in their 2018 Education Guide

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Poland's Mambiznes discusses the "history of PlantSnap"

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Fayetteville's Northwest Arkansas Democratic Gazette says that PlantSnap will help you and your inner botanist

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Poland's Anty Apps lists PlantSnap as one of the Best Android Apps for 2018

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PA LIVE says PlantSnap is easy to download and use, and it works flawlessly with snapshots from the garden.

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Community voices

"Fantastic! Using this app in conjunction with my field guide helps me identify plants in no time or reaffirm my own identifications. Well done a fantastic app."

Kimberley B

"I was kinda skeptical at first... I got this app after a bad two weeks of poison ivy. The videos and tutorials have helped me make sure my success rate with the algorithm stays high- big thanks for that! As I continue to “collect” new flowers and plants that grow on my property, I’m really enjoying the fun info and feeling like I have a botanist in my pocket at all times. I would recommend for future updates: 1) mushroom and fungus descriptions to know if it’s safe for eating raw, cooking, is hallucinogenic, or deadly. The idea of knowing what’s edible out there from dandelions to whitecap mushrooms would be really cool to capture and enjoy. 2) augmented reality... live video collecting various plants and flowers, and the algorithm can be focused to know its a location based collection, so there’s no overseas plants, etc which could aid in faster live identification. This could also help see where poison ivy, poison oak, or various toxic plants are. I could see some sort of game of collecting or helping identify could help you collect points, and redeem them to have someone plant a tree... idk. Great app! Thanks!"

Brendan D

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become a plant seeker

Join our amazing 
community !

We are continuously working to improve PlantSnap and one of the most important aspects is creating a better database, so you are just as much a part of our team as the developers are!