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Last modified: 05 December 2011
Image: The RSPB
The RSPB has made its debut into the world of Smartphone technology by launching two brand new apps for the iPhone. The apps provide nature lovers with a bounty of information on things from wildlife and habitats to local events and the charity’s 200+ nature reserves.
loveBirds, priced at £4.99, is a comprehensive app that allows users to identify birds, listen to birdsong, and access detailed information from the charity’s experts on birds’ appearance, diet and distribution.
loveNature, which is free to download, lets you browse RSPB reserves, find out how you can get involved and help, and get directions to reserves and plan your visit.
Doug Christie, the RSPB’s product and licensing manager, said: “We designed the apps to be inspirational; allowing users to access useful and interesting information about the wonderful wildlife in this country and helping them to plan visits to our reserves so they can see it for themselves.”
loveBirds £4.99 (the RSPB receives a £1.45 per download for conservation)
A stimulating and easy-to-use guide to the UK's fantastic bird life.
? 267 UK species to browse by name, location or habitat in indexed lists and on maps ? thumbnail, male, female and juvenile species illustrations with adjustable image threading ? detailed information from our experts on appearance, diet and distribution ? species that are often confused with another species of bird to aid identification ? audio recordings of birdsong ? fully capable off-line functionality so you can use it wherever you go ? share experiences with friends and our community using Twitter and email ? contains information on ways to support the RSPB and the work we do for birds and for nature
loveNature Freeto download
A showcase of RSPB nature reserves with lots of information on their habitats and wonderful wildlife. The app will inspire users and help them plan visits, as well as taking advantage of its fun and useful features: ? browse our reserves by name or proximity with convenient lists and maps ? explore our extraordinarily diverse reserves across all parts of the country ? a handy way to keep track of favourite places using a favourites feature ? share experiences with friends and our community using Twitter or email ? find directions to reserves, call or plan visits using a wealth of built-in tools ? learn about our activities and ways to support the RSPB via our reserves, shops and online ? fully capable off-line functionality so you can use it wherever you go
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