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From CleverMatrix Ltd:
The Tree Identifier app contains identification guides on all native, as well as common non-native trees found in the UK. It will help all nature lovers identify trees whilst out and about.The app has the following features:- A to Z list of trees- Identify screen which will help you identify the tree you are looking at with a few simple clicks- Family screen where by the trees are split down into families- Favorites screen where you can store your favorite trees- Detailed information on each tree listed - Many pictures for each tree listed, helping with the identification process- Move to the next picture with a simple swipe of the finger- Search screen- Ability to log when a tree has been spotted and save down information about this tree in the form of notes and photos- Spotted screen showing all the trees you have spotted, detailing their position on a map- Fast and simple to useCurrently the app only contains trees that are native and common none native trees to the UK, but we will be updating it in the coming weeks to be worldwide.If there is a tree that you we have missed and you would like to see it listed, then please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see what we can do.COMING SOON------------------------------------------We are updating the app to have a community section, where you can share your spottings, photos and tips with other app users.
In response to popular demand we have included images of the tree, leaf, bark and seed for all trees, to help with the identification process.We have also added a detailed leaf shape guide.Also put a more detailed description for each tree listed.And as a bonus we have added the following new trees:"Scots pine", "Sweet chestnut", "Sitka spruce", "Holm oak", "Huntingdon elm", "Large-leaved lime", "Maidenhair tree", "Midland hawthorn", "Norway spruce", "Sessile oak", "Small-leaved lime", "Smooth-leaved elm", "Spindle", "Wayfaring tree", "Western hemlock", "White poplar", "White willow", "Whitebeam common", "Wild black poplar", "Wild service tree", "Wych elm"