The World’s Best Bird Apps

What Users Are Saying…

  • ★★★★★
    “…The Favorites List made it extremely easy to study the characteristics of my assigned species…and the inclusion of actual photographs along with illustrations really makes this app stand out.””attack_puppy”

  • ★★★★★
    “Purchased, explored, and enjoyed. And then I discovered the search engine, filter parameters — awesome!…This app is where the evolution of bird guides has lead.””PatNat”

  • ★★★★★
    “Amazing! I’ve never spent more than $2 on an app for my Android phone or iPad but I bit the bullet with iBird…Love that I was able to add my own notes and insert a time stamp.””SchnooMom”

  • ★★★★★
    “…[Waite’s Guide] has pulled it off. It’s both a learning tool and a work of art.””User”

  • ★★★★★
    “I have several life list formats, iBird Journal is the best I have used. Its integration with iBird is perfect.””Anonymous”

  • ★★★★★
    “Fast, tons of great info/pictures/sounds, and a great user interface. I have 3 bird apps and keep coming back to this one.””oodways”

What We’re Working On…

Glass Birds

As technology continues to evolve, iBird is working to bring the world of bird spotting and identification to even greater heights. As featured in USA Today, we’re working to seamlessly integrate unprecedented technology into the way identification is achieved in the field.

An Excerpt From USA Today’s Article:

“…Imagine: You see a bird perching in a tree. You tell Glass, “Identify bird.” The app knows your location and eliminates possibilities based on range and habitat, then narrows attributes by shape, size, color, markings — all instantaneously, via voice commands.”

iBird Home Google Glasses

Wrist Birds

What would it be like to have the power and beauty of Waite’s Guide for Birds of America with you literally everywhere you go? That’s what we’re working to create with Wrist Birds. Never before has such incredible app technology been put in such a mobile and accessible form, and we’re working to see it become a reality.

Waite's Guide to Birds of America on iPod Nano


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