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PlantSnap – Identify Plants, Flowers, Trees & More
by PlantSnap, Inc.

App Category:- Education

Instantly identify plants of all kinds, anywhere in the world! Flowers, trees, succulents, mushrooms and more can be quickly recognized with PlantSnap by Earth.com, the mobile app built to help you identify flowers, plants & trees in a snap. PlantSnap’s huge database covers everywhere on earth so you can identify plants instantly, wherever you are!

✿✿ HUGE update – PlantSnap is now available to download for FREE! ✿✿

With our latest update, PlantSnap is now free to download! Try snapping a plant, flower or tree for free and have your photos instantly recognized by our always-growing algorithm, no waiting required. Learn fascinating information on the world around you like names, location & more for free! Simply take a picture of the plant you’ve found in nature, at the gardening store or wherever you are, anywhere in the world, and PlantSnap will tell you what plant it is in seconds. With PlantSnap, you can reconnect to the natural world around you and learn about nearby plants, or browse our gallery to discover new and exotic plants all across the globe. Whether you find peace and mindfulness from hiking, or if you are interested in studying nature, PlantSnap has the resources and technology you need.

 

PlantSnap - Identify Plants, Flowers

PlantSnap – Identify Plants, Flowers

 

PlantSnap is powered by deep learning and artificial intelligence and is changing the game for plant identification. Our plant database is global and always provides results instantaneously. PlantSnap will recognize many of plants or trees that you encounter, helping any amateur or skilled botany enthusiast identify on the go.

PlantSnap Features:

Identify Plants by Picture
• Identify trees and other plants by snapping a picture!
• Identify flowers, trees and other plants by plugging their picture into our Plant Database

Plant Database & Learning Algorithms
• 500,000 plants are currently in our database
• PlantSnap recognizes plants, flowers, trees, succulents, mushrooms, cacti and more… covering ALL plants across planet Earth!
• Identify flowers and plants with our machine-learning algorithm, which can recognize at least 2000 new plant species per month
• PlantSnap will update automatically for you every time we add a new plant species, no additional fees required!

Companion Site
• Identify plants on your mobile, and your saved collection will be available on the web
• Flower, tree or other plant photos can be uploaded on the web and available on your mobile device
• Explore nature on mobile, then investigate more on your computer at home!

Use PlantSnap for:
• Flower identification
• Identify trees
• Identify leaves
• Mushroom Identification
• Identify Succulents, Cactus & more

Discover the World Around You
• Reconnect with the outside world. Rediscover nature with the help of a botanist in your pocket.
• Gamify your hikes with friends and family! PlantSnap lets you build a library of every plant, tree or flower you’ve snapped. See how many you can collect!
• Get some fresh air and improve your mood! PlantSnap connects the divide between technology and nature.
• Connecting to nature can be good for mindfulness or spirituality. Whether you’re an avid hiker on the trails or a botanist in a garden, quickly gain knowledge of the plants around you.

Quickly identify plants, flowers, trees and more. Have instant access to a huge Plant Database that is constantly learning and adding information on new plant species. Download PlantSnap and enjoy identifying flowers, trees and plants on the go! PlantSnap is free to download and try. After trying the app, you can view ads to keep snapping or subscribe for $2.99/mo or $19.99/year for an ad-free experience.

✿✿ For best results, be sure to watch our instructional photo-taking video. ✿✿
**Please check your email after registering for more detailed information.** We’re looking to make PlantSnap better every day! Share your feedback in our reviews to let us know what you’d like to see next.

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User Reviews :-

Priyanka Bandi
Uses a lot of data I was first amazed how well this app could identify flowers and plants but when I received a data usage warning from my phone showing this app alone took 70Mb of data in less than an hour, which is what I must use in one day… Ouch I cannot afford to use a data eater app like this

Dawn J. Moreland
Works very well, but contribution images really shouldn’t be saved “client-side.” If my phone breaks, then all contributions disappear entirely. A small server would handle small pictures really well.

George A. Fasano
Three points: you need a good picture, sharp. Only 40% are properly detected. There are some wrong entries. In General: The concept works and if the database is growing then the result will be improved.

Kazuko F. Washington
I like that you can submit unknown pictures for review. I haven’t gotten any answers yet but just started using the app. So far 1 out of 3 on first tries. If I get good answers I’ll consider 5 stars. Easy to use.

Hemendra Devi
Great app. Ended up I had a papaya plant growing in my garden. Thanks to this app I didnt have to spend weeks trying to identify it, or worse yet kill a good plant. Once i knew what it was, my friend said Oh Yeah, I threw the papaya seed in the garden.

Sunita Ghalib Sami
I’ve been using is to help with identifications and it has identified about a third of my submissions, which is pretty good for just a photo. Flowers definitely work best, leaves are pretty iffy unless they’re super unique. It also serves as a nice diary of your plants since you can add your own ID to observations even if the app doesn’t recognize it.

Cobyz Galaxy
Living in the tropics I see flowering weeds everywhere, from all over the world and this app identified the first one in a snap! But the app now says: I only have 4 snaps left!?? Does the free version limit users to 5 tries!!!???

Predrag T
A lots of commercial. A lot! Idea is good, unfortunately name of the flowers are on latin and english. I am no latin or Englishman. So, not really helpful for me. To đuch commercials.

Michael Smith
PlantSnap touts itself as the #2 free education app but this is absolutely not true! When downloaded you are given three free “snaps” and then they require that you give them access to virtually every piece of information on your phone which they admit they will share with others. When I declined those terms I was given two more free “snaps” and then I was required to sign up and pay $2.99 PER MONTH!! What happened to free? I will say that it seemed to work well as it correctly identified five common flowers and weeds for me, but at a cost of giving up email addresses, personal info and then paying for it every month, I don’t think so! READ EVERYTHING BEFORE YOU CLICK ON “ACCEPT”.

Steve Jenkins
Why do the developers give the same boring answer to every single review or comment? Why not make people feel valued rather than simply fobbing them off with a copy/paste answer?

Philip R. Bruner
ut of all the apps I’ve looked up this is the most in-depth and useful. It could offer more information on plant specifications but over all it is accurate at identification which is most important and offers the minimum nessicery information to research the species further.

Rebecca J. Rawlings
It has been remarkably reliable though it sometimes requires multiple attempts before the correct result is available. It would be very helpful if the editor function allowed for a simple crop and submit option.

Edith T. Barnes
Awesome Took a photo in the app of something that mysteriously started growing in a houseplant. The first possibility the app offered seems like it must be it. Very cool

Rickey E. Lopez
I’ve always been interested in learning what wildflowers I have, but I have a terrible memory, and can’t always find what I’m looking at in my books. This app is outstanding Highly recommend for the novice gardener

Evelyn J. Harr
Just started and so far seems to work in common flowers. A bit surprised that correctly identified corn flower by Latin name but common name blue cap is unknown to me although I find can be used for sea Holly. It might be a good idea within app to be able to submit suggested corrections. It would also be useful if the flower photos included more leaves as an aid to correct identification.

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