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PictureThis: Identify Plant, Flower, Weed and More

PictureThis: Identify Plant, Flower, Weed and More

Glority LLC

Identify plants, flowers, weeds, trees; interesting details and free snap now

4.7 Ratings 386K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads
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Identify plants, flowers, weeds, trees; interesting details and free snap now
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Ratings & Reviews

4.7
386.0K+ Ratings
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  • Fascinating and Useful👍 May 22, 2020

    By Liiisa726
    This is the best plant app I have ever seen. We recently moved, and I was planning to decorate our new garden. I downloaded PictureThis the day before I paid a visit to our local plant nursery. Couldn’t wait to once I got there, and it identified 5 plants correctly in a row. It give a brief content about how to care for each plant. They helped me a lot to choose what to plant in my garden. In addition, it’s great to take my children out for a hiking and explain what species are and how they differ. Our walks around the local area have suddenly become endlessly fascinating. It’s handy when it comes to poisonous alerts too. And I’m extremely grateful that this App has identified several poisonous plant for me. A big reminder to everyone who likes exploring, do no touch anything you don’t recognize! Even if you don’t have great internet connection, it saves the images and then identifies them for you when back online. It is the best figure recognition app that makes full use of AI. A small short coming is the weed classification is a bit too general. It’s true that most weeds are fast-propagating and harmful to garden plants, but sometimes they can have their own uses. I would like to consider the region and the habitat before conclude a plant is an invasive weed, or a native species. I’d be looking forward to future updates about this issue.
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  • Nov 28, 2020

    By Jaylee Hobbs
    This is by far, my favorite plant identification app. It has been extremely accurate for my house plants. I use it constantly for care tips and diagnosing problems. I do have a philodendron prince of orange that it does not identify. I tried to change the result, and it wouldn't let me. It doesn't appear to be in the database. Is there a way to submit stuff like that?
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  • A truly excellent app! Jul 22, 2020

    By Slumbertime101
    I recently found myself with some time on my hands to hike the trails of Balboa Park in San Diego. I practiced herbal medicine for many years under my acupuncture license in several states, but it's been a long time since I identified and collected plants in the wild. So, I thought it would be fun if I could identify some of the local plants. Spoiler alert: most of them do not appear to be of any medicinal value, but they're still fun to look at. This is the second or third app of this sort that I have tested, and it is infinitely better than any of the others. When you first open the app, it looks like you need to buy a subscription to use it, but that is not the case. You can dismiss the subscription prompt and open the camera to snap a pic. I'm not sure exactly what you get with the subscription, but it looks like it would be useful for a serious hobbyist and awesome for serious home gardening enthusiasts and organic farmers. In fact, an organic farmer friend of mine says that he regularly uses it to identify weeds in his crops. The only thing I've run across so far that I can't do with the free version is save the photos. There may also be a limit to the total number of pictures per day, but I am not sure and definitely have yet to max out on one of my hikes. Enthusiastically recommended with no conflict of interest.
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  • Nov 26, 2020

    By Alan Hopcraft
    This is a marvellous thing. The identification feature works incredibly well even from slightly iffy photos. We use all the time to identify plants we would like to have in our garden. So far it hasn't failed to identify anything we've shown it. Only slight niggle is that the information is US based but its not a real problem.
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  • Great app with little disturbance Aug 7, 2020

    By AvocadoWizard
    I love this app It’s so easy to just whip out the app anywhere and snap a pic of any plant and get almost instant results with nice information to annoy your family with! There is only two problems I have encountered. The most pressing problem is that if no WiFi is available you obviously must use data to get results. This isn’t much of a problem as everyone now a days has data or some form of connection. I have a solution for this but first I will say the second problem I have with this app is that it’s constantly pushing you to purchase the subscription. You can easily press the x at the top right corner but I think it’s very easy to accidentally buy it. Now back to my solution for the data thing. I suggest that the app devs make an option to download the entire database on your phone. This would obviously take up some space on your phone but I think it’s worth it. Also I feel that this feature should only be available for subscribed members. Don’t raise the price or anything because I think it’s quite pricey as is. Other than that this app is great! I’ve seen a few apps like this where you take a picture and it takes like 12 hours for results. I think that’s ridiculous. This app is instant. 10/5
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  • Not very accurate May 8, 2020

    By annuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
    So I tried this app, and some things weren’t correct. I took a picture of some lichen and needed some help identifying what type of lichen it was. I found this app and I thought “huh I’ll give it a spin”, and used the picture of the lichen. It said that the lichen, though completely covering the stick, was a Black Cherry Tree. I thought, “well, this isn’t right.” So then I was skeptical so I tried a picture of some Star Moss I had found to see if it could be trusted,(I’m a huge moss lover!). So I entered in the picture of the Star Moss and it said Moss Campion. So not 100% reliable, but it did say that the Star Moss was moss, but it wasn’t the right type. I entered in another picture of a mushroom I had found. It said it was a type of tree that stood about 98 feet tall, A MUSHROOM! So I wouldn’t try it. I also saw that the ad was showing the wrong plants for poison oak and ivy and the other plant, but I know poisonous and dangerous things when I see it, and those weren’t dangerous on the ad they were showing. I live in the middle of the country out in Ohio, and I go into our woods a lot. So I know most plant species, like say an oak tree for example, a sycamore, different types of moss like badge moss and star moss and fern moss, etc. I am pretty skilled at it except for the lichens, and fungi, and epiphytes. So I do NOT recommend this app. Consult an expert for how to tell what type of plant it is, not this lying piece of garbage.
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  • Nov 13, 2020

    By Jackie Lunam
    I would give this a zero star rating if that were possible due to the fact that I opted to end my plan through the app only to be charged for a subscription. Multiple computer generated emails saying that my request has been accepted. But still no actual reply to why I was charged for something I didn't want. It is a shame really because the app itself is actually good. But the fact that I have been ripped off and ignored would make me not recommend this app.
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  • Nov 18, 2020

    By Steven Kraft
    This is a really great concept but unfortunately it's just not mature enough. I am finding that I get different results for the same plants taken with excellent lighting conditions, back to back. Moreover I am getting completely incorrect results. If this app was free I wouldn't care but for the price it has to be damned close to perfect.
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  • #1 among all education apps? You’ve got to be kidding! Jun 15, 2020

    By Blanket Beauty
    A plant identification app has one primary purpose: to accurately identify plants. This one doesn’t. I live with a plant professional with over 35 years of experience. I purchased the app two days ago and since then have taken 48 photos of plants in our yard. Of these, Plant Identifier has accurately identified 20 of them. I took photos a second and third time at different angles and distances. In several cases, the app would come up with a different identification of the plant in the photo each time the photo was taken, but with another wrong identification. In some, the IDs were not even close to the correct name of the plant. Not only that, but few of the plants I’ve photographed have been identified by variety—the most important way to compare plants within a particular genus or species. But with Plant Identifier, every snake plant is identified as just that, “snake plant,” no matter how different the many different varieties look from each other. For those of you who thought you were purchasing a great plant identifier app, think again. Many of the plants you have identified using Plant Identifier have been misidentified, if my average so far of less than 50% accuracy has any merit at all. Unless you are fortunate enough to have a professional who knows the plants you are adding to your collection, as I have, I am sorry to have to tell you that you have purchased a bum steer.
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  • Don’t do it Jun 29, 2020

    By sarahsourit
    Latest update: after reading countless other reviews, this has happened to SO MANY people who have downloaded this app. Whoever writes the “developer response” doesn’t seem to care. I have already emailed support with no response. This company is a scam. I have tried every way possible to end my subscription but any way I access my subscriptions, it does not allow me to cancel or end this membership. At this point I am forced to work with my bank about removing the charge. I just wish more would be done so that this can stop happening to other people in the future. I guess that’s how this company makes their money.... *** I have been attempting to end my membership for a week now after accidentally signing up for a premium membership. Seemed like I just picked up my phone and suddenly it was signing up for a subscription I didn’t want. I believe this app made it too easy for that to happen. I immediately attempted to end my membership and after checking my email - it forces me to manage the membership through iTunes. In order to do this properly, I’ve had to remove iTunes and re download it on my computer just to even get to the page they are trying to open from the link in the email. Overall, what I am trying to say is this app is NOT user friendly and I strongly believe they designed it in a way to take money from their customers and make it difficult to get it back.
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  • Fascinating and Useful👍 May 22, 2020

    By Liiisa726
    This is the best plant app I have ever seen. We recently moved, and I was planning to decorate our new garden. I downloaded PictureThis the day before I paid a visit to our local plant nursery. Couldn’t wait to once I got there, and it identified 5 plants correctly in a row. It give a brief content about how to care for each plant. They helped me a lot to choose what to plant in my garden. In addition, it’s great to take my children out for a hiking and explain what species are and how they differ. Our walks around the local area have suddenly become endlessly fascinating. It’s handy when it comes to poisonous alerts too. And I’m extremely grateful that this App has identified several poisonous plant for me. A big reminder to everyone who likes exploring, do no touch anything you don’t recognize! Even if you don’t have great internet connection, it saves the images and then identifies them for you when back online. It is the best figure recognition app that makes full use of AI. A small short coming is the weed classification is a bit too general. It’s true that most weeds are fast-propagating and harmful to garden plants, but sometimes they can have their own uses. I would like to consider the region and the habitat before conclude a plant is an invasive weed, or a native species. I’d be looking forward to future updates about this issue.
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  • Nov 28, 2020

    By Jaylee Hobbs
    This is by far, my favorite plant identification app. It has been extremely accurate for my house plants. I use it constantly for care tips and diagnosing problems. I do have a philodendron prince of orange that it does not identify. I tried to change the result, and it wouldn't let me. It doesn't appear to be in the database. Is there a way to submit stuff like that?
    more
  • A truly excellent app! Jul 22, 2020

    By Slumbertime101
    I recently found myself with some time on my hands to hike the trails of Balboa Park in San Diego. I practiced herbal medicine for many years under my acupuncture license in several states, but it's been a long time since I identified and collected plants in the wild. So, I thought it would be fun if I could identify some of the local plants. Spoiler alert: most of them do not appear to be of any medicinal value, but they're still fun to look at. This is the second or third app of this sort that I have tested, and it is infinitely better than any of the others. When you first open the app, it looks like you need to buy a subscription to use it, but that is not the case. You can dismiss the subscription prompt and open the camera to snap a pic. I'm not sure exactly what you get with the subscription, but it looks like it would be useful for a serious hobbyist and awesome for serious home gardening enthusiasts and organic farmers. In fact, an organic farmer friend of mine says that he regularly uses it to identify weeds in his crops. The only thing I've run across so far that I can't do with the free version is save the photos. There may also be a limit to the total number of pictures per day, but I am not sure and definitely have yet to max out on one of my hikes. Enthusiastically recommended with no conflict of interest.
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  • Nov 26, 2020

    By Alan Hopcraft
    This is a marvellous thing. The identification feature works incredibly well even from slightly iffy photos. We use all the time to identify plants we would like to have in our garden. So far it hasn't failed to identify anything we've shown it. Only slight niggle is that the information is US based but its not a real problem.
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  • Great app with little disturbance Aug 7, 2020

    By AvocadoWizard
    I love this app It’s so easy to just whip out the app anywhere and snap a pic of any plant and get almost instant results with nice information to annoy your family with! There is only two problems I have encountered. The most pressing problem is that if no WiFi is available you obviously must use data to get results. This isn’t much of a problem as everyone now a days has data or some form of connection. I have a solution for this but first I will say the second problem I have with this app is that it’s constantly pushing you to purchase the subscription. You can easily press the x at the top right corner but I think it’s very easy to accidentally buy it. Now back to my solution for the data thing. I suggest that the app devs make an option to download the entire database on your phone. This would obviously take up some space on your phone but I think it’s worth it. Also I feel that this feature should only be available for subscribed members. Don’t raise the price or anything because I think it’s quite pricey as is. Other than that this app is great! I’ve seen a few apps like this where you take a picture and it takes like 12 hours for results. I think that’s ridiculous. This app is instant. 10/5
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  • Mostly great Jul 1, 2019

    By JEMMjams
    I’ve tried several plant ID apps and Picture This is by far the best. It’s easy to use and I often get a match for the plant I am trying to ID. I like that the common and Latin name are often both provided. It’s very helpful that there are pics in the database of plants at different stages of growth—some flowers look very different as they move through the stages, which can make identifying them difficult. It works best for me if I take pics of plants and then go in the house and have my laptop handy as I use the app to ID them. I can see everything better and if I am unsure of the ID provided I can hop on the computer to do a search. One frustration: once you add a pic, if you can’t ID it right away but figure it out later, you cannot update the listing—you can only add a comment, so it always shows as unidentified. I also wish there was a way to sort the listings in your collection rather only having them listed in reverse chronological order. If there can only be one sort order, I would prefer alphabetical so I could easily see and delete duplicates and have pics of the same plant at different stages grouped by together. I love being able to see pics from gardeners all over the place and make comments and read the comments of others.
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  • Nov 9, 2020

    By Jack Bierman
    This seems to work great. I have a puppy that loves to play in (and chew on) leaves so I was very concerned about what plants are toxic to animals. This app is a great help in doing that although the app doesn't provide that specific information it does identify the plant and I can check further for what I want to know. So, for my needs it gets 4 stars.
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  • Almost worth paying for... Aug 11, 2020

    By RIPKZB✨
    First, note that I only use the free version. I don’t pay for apps. That being said, I do love this app!! It’s almost perfect... The plant identification tool seems to be spot on. I totally dig being able to find what most everything I check for really is & love that I can then save it to my own ‘plant gallery’ where I can refer back to it if need be. Very rarely do I leave the app still not knowing what something is. My only issue has been the diagnosis tool. It is either too vague or lumps several issues into the same diagnosis. More often than not, ‘it’ obviously doesn’t really know, LOL. Basically, I’ve never gotten a definitive diagnosis. Maybe if I paid this would be more helpful but I’m not willing to risk spending the money to find out it’s no better. Thanks for the ability to identify without insisting I spend money. I really appreciate that!✌🏻💞🌿 PEACE, LOVE & PLANTS
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  • Excellent Plant Identifier, but Has Some Minor Issues May 2, 2020

    By I'm_a_Christian
    Whenever I opt to sort my collection by name instead date and then close the app later, when I reopen it the sorting has gone back to default. Also, I haven’t found a “send feedback” option in the app yet, so I had to go into the App Store to get support contact information for the above and following questions and concerns. I haven’t yet found a way to remove the location information from plants I have identified, and I have searched the entire app thoroughly at least twice. I needed this because location access was turned on when I needed to identify some exotic plants in a group of photos sent to me on social media, and it marked my home’s location as the location of the plants from the other side of the globe. Other than these confusions and issues, this app functions well and identifies plants quite adeptly.
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  • Updated review now that I paid for premium services ❣️ Mar 30, 2020

    By Blewplaydoh
    Really happy to have found this app, I paid for the premium because I am an herbalist student and this app has helped me to identify many plants. Well worth the cost❣️ One thing I would love to see is more beneficial information on “weeds”. Many are medicinal and nutritious but on this app they are treated like something to disregard and even get rid of. In herbalism we use many of these plants to heal ourselves and our families so it would be nice to adapt this app for that, especially in these times. Japanese Knotweed for instance has anti inflammatory properties. With COVID-19 the viral symptoms are due in part to the inflammatory response. How interesting the earth sends us this plant right before the pandemic 🌱 💝. I would encourage the app creators to bring on some herbalists during this time to help support them and the people who use this app 💗
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  • Nov 24, 2020

    By Liam J
    Identified plants almost immediately, only downside was after trying it on 3 plants then tried for a 4th plant it asked me to subscribe to a monthly subscription which I wasn't prepared for! If this was free I'd definitely give it a 5 star but when they spring it on you to have to pay for more no thanks. Big shame that!!
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  • Nov 13, 2020

    By Erick Storer
    You forced an upgrade and took away all my usage credits. I had like 40 that lasted forever and got 3 that now expire daily and now it's back to 1 daily. Anyway....I do like the app...it has helped alot figure out what plants are whay...just wish I could have all my credits back...there are times I need more than one and now I ahve to pay to use. I previousky saved them so when I need them I have them. :(
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  • Nov 24, 2020

    By CC or Sierra
    FOR THOSE READING BEFORE DOWNLOADING: When first opening the app, there will be a pop up about a free trial. According to many reviews this free trial still charges you. I advise tapping the ' X ' THAT IS SET TO BLEND IN WITH THE BACKGROUND. It is on the top right corner. Y'all welcome 💓 Not everyone can afford being robbed 20+ bucks to learn the scientific name of a plant. I see you 💁🏻‍♀️💁🏻‍♀️.
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  • Semi accurate and beware of “free trial” Apr 16, 2019

    By dhfhpjpjlhjde
    I used this app for some succulents and cacti and it was mostly good. It could not differentiate between different echeveria types, which was disappointing. It also has blurry pictures for some of its plants which makes it hard to tell if I’ve got the right ID. It did well with a cactus and another succulent, though. Many people have been upset about the free trial thing. It is very misleading unless you read prior reviews. When you first open the app it will ask if you want to sign up for premium or use it for free. One would think that using it for free just means using it for free, but that actually starts a free trial which apparently is a pain to get out of. If you really want to use the free version you have to click the X in the top right of the screen. You will not have to enter any information and you will have 6 free IDs. I used those up and don’t need more, so I will be deleting the app. I’ll figure out my echeverias on my own.
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  • Potential, needs moderators May 13, 2019

    By gwen.gwendolyn
    As a plant enthusiast, this app has helped me identify a number of mystery plants own or have seen. It’s fun to scroll through and help others identify their unknown plants too. However, I’ve come across a number of identifications that are suggested incorrectly (wildly incorrect!) and even some “accepted” identifications that are incorrect (you can add your identified plant to the gallery - however there’s nothing stopping you from adding your misidentified plant to the compilation of existing images). there are also a number duplicate identification options, since you can add your own if you don’t find your plant but know what it is (misspelling or an added space won’t bring up the existing entry, so some people add their own). I think this app has tons of potential and appears to be one of the more accurate and user friendly apps for this niche. I’d love to see community moderators (think stack exchange) and some work preventing dups and inaccurate information.
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  • Not very accurate May 8, 2020

    By annuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
    So I tried this app, and some things weren’t correct. I took a picture of some lichen and needed some help identifying what type of lichen it was. I found this app and I thought “huh I’ll give it a spin”, and used the picture of the lichen. It said that the lichen, though completely covering the stick, was a Black Cherry Tree. I thought, “well, this isn’t right.” So then I was skeptical so I tried a picture of some Star Moss I had found to see if it could be trusted,(I’m a huge moss lover!). So I entered in the picture of the Star Moss and it said Moss Campion. So not 100% reliable, but it did say that the Star Moss was moss, but it wasn’t the right type. I entered in another picture of a mushroom I had found. It said it was a type of tree that stood about 98 feet tall, A MUSHROOM! So I wouldn’t try it. I also saw that the ad was showing the wrong plants for poison oak and ivy and the other plant, but I know poisonous and dangerous things when I see it, and those weren’t dangerous on the ad they were showing. I live in the middle of the country out in Ohio, and I go into our woods a lot. So I know most plant species, like say an oak tree for example, a sycamore, different types of moss like badge moss and star moss and fern moss, etc. I am pretty skilled at it except for the lichens, and fungi, and epiphytes. So I do NOT recommend this app. Consult an expert for how to tell what type of plant it is, not this lying piece of garbage.
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  • misidentifies plants despite premium account Aug 2, 2020

    By beaslyrising
    For a non-free and pretty expensive app, it consistently misidentifies plants in CA. For instance, it has no idea what safari red leucandendron is and with clear pics, thinks it’s crimson bottlebrush or a form of asparagus. It also is terrible at knowing subspecies of plants (it can barely identify my lime tree and gets the subspecies wrong—sometimes even thinks it’s a plant from another genus!). There are even a few plants in my yard that are yet Unidentified because it wrongly identifies them every time. CA plants and plants common to this area aren’t picked up by this app well at all. I only know its identifications are wrong because of the accompanying pics of the example plants look NOTHING like my plants and a google search confirms this. Really disappointing and I won’t be renewing this app. The plant has to be VERY common and widespread for this app to be correct. Also, tried to use the diagnose feature but because of the disease on my plant, it wouldn’t even identify my photonias correctly! What a mess. Is okay at identifying SOME trees and worse at shrubs/vines/flowering plants. Waste of money, unfortunately.
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  • Good interface but accuracy not great and too hard to cancel before being charged Jul 4, 2020

    By ally_kat_2000
    This app seemed great to start with but based on my experience so far it is running at about 30% accuracy. Some ID’s are just obviously completely wrong. For others I’ve taken 4 pics of the same plant and been given 3 different results, for others I’ve googled to confirm the id based on the initial result and have worked out that the correct answer is a similar but different plant (e.g. a yellow flower was identified as a yellow trout lily - the leaves were wrong, and that plant was not consistent with my location - but that was enough info to lead me to the correct id of yellow avalanche/glacier lily in the same family). There seems to be no way to either report the incorrect identification or amend the record to the correct plant, which is annoying, and also makes me worried that the app is accumulating a library of misidentified images. Finally, I tried to cancel the subscription several days before the end of the free trial (because I was underwhelmed by the results), but was charged anyway.
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  • Great looking app, but... Feb 17, 2020

    By yungstud
    I recently have gotten into plants and am expanding my collection. Lo and behold, in trying to identify one that I got as a present, this app was advertised. It easily identified the plant. I was impressed, so I decided to add all my other plants as well which were also easily identified. The presentation is admittedly very nice. But that’s were the good ends. In reading the care instructions for my cat palm, it says it’s easy to take care of, prefers shade, and is great for beginners. That is the exact opposite from everything else I’ve read and my own experience in that it is a high maintenance plant. It prefers bright, indirect light and high humidity. It likes moist, not wet or dry, soil. It also doesn’t like to be moved. It most definitely is not for beginners. On top of that, you guys want me to pay $30 annually for this app? You are out of your minds. Even if I was a plant enthusiast, I wouldn’t use it more than a few times a month, maximum. $30 is very steep. $10 maybe. Don’t waste your time with this expensive app that gives wrong info.
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  • Be Honest Up Front Aug 9, 2020

    By Lowcountry Traveler
    I downloaded this app and LOVED it. After a few uses it began prompting me to purchase a usage plan, but after a few seconds you could close the purchase page and use the app. Now you are held hostage by a screen where you buy in or you don’t use it. I understand that programmers want to make money from their apps, and I frequently make the necessary purchases for full access because I believe in entrepreneurs. But why not tell the user in advance they have X number of uses and then a purchase is required? Suddenly blocking use is just poor business practice, like websites that make you go through their offers when you try to leave the site. Knowing in advance that a purchase will be required is such a small thing, but in business, nuances are definitely paramount. If handled differently I most likely would have bought the app - I just don’t want to be roped into a trial that I may have to cancel within days of joining.
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  • Nov 13, 2020

    By Jackie Lunam
    I would give this a zero star rating if that were possible due to the fact that I opted to end my plan through the app only to be charged for a subscription. Multiple computer generated emails saying that my request has been accepted. But still no actual reply to why I was charged for something I didn't want. It is a shame really because the app itself is actually good. But the fact that I have been ripped off and ignored would make me not recommend this app.
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  • Nov 18, 2020

    By Steven Kraft
    This is a really great concept but unfortunately it's just not mature enough. I am finding that I get different results for the same plants taken with excellent lighting conditions, back to back. Moreover I am getting completely incorrect results. If this app was free I wouldn't care but for the price it has to be damned close to perfect.
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  • #1 among all education apps? You’ve got to be kidding! Jun 15, 2020

    By Blanket Beauty
    A plant identification app has one primary purpose: to accurately identify plants. This one doesn’t. I live with a plant professional with over 35 years of experience. I purchased the app two days ago and since then have taken 48 photos of plants in our yard. Of these, Plant Identifier has accurately identified 20 of them. I took photos a second and third time at different angles and distances. In several cases, the app would come up with a different identification of the plant in the photo each time the photo was taken, but with another wrong identification. In some, the IDs were not even close to the correct name of the plant. Not only that, but few of the plants I’ve photographed have been identified by variety—the most important way to compare plants within a particular genus or species. But with Plant Identifier, every snake plant is identified as just that, “snake plant,” no matter how different the many different varieties look from each other. For those of you who thought you were purchasing a great plant identifier app, think again. Many of the plants you have identified using Plant Identifier have been misidentified, if my average so far of less than 50% accuracy has any merit at all. Unless you are fortunate enough to have a professional who knows the plants you are adding to your collection, as I have, I am sorry to have to tell you that you have purchased a bum steer.
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  • Don’t do it Jun 29, 2020

    By sarahsourit
    Latest update: after reading countless other reviews, this has happened to SO MANY people who have downloaded this app. Whoever writes the “developer response” doesn’t seem to care. I have already emailed support with no response. This company is a scam. I have tried every way possible to end my subscription but any way I access my subscriptions, it does not allow me to cancel or end this membership. At this point I am forced to work with my bank about removing the charge. I just wish more would be done so that this can stop happening to other people in the future. I guess that’s how this company makes their money.... *** I have been attempting to end my membership for a week now after accidentally signing up for a premium membership. Seemed like I just picked up my phone and suddenly it was signing up for a subscription I didn’t want. I believe this app made it too easy for that to happen. I immediately attempted to end my membership and after checking my email - it forces me to manage the membership through iTunes. In order to do this properly, I’ve had to remove iTunes and re download it on my computer just to even get to the page they are trying to open from the link in the email. Overall, what I am trying to say is this app is NOT user friendly and I strongly believe they designed it in a way to take money from their customers and make it difficult to get it back.
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  • Nov 18, 2020

    By Sean Hayes
    Tried out the premium (free trail) and after decided I did not want to pay for the service, I was required to email the company to cancel. After sending the email and receiving a response I was still charged! In my opinion, Picture this is only presenting the free trial of their premium service to scam their users. They make it difficult to cancel by requiring you to email them and then send you a long email saying they're sad to see you go, yet they still charge you in hopes you don't notice.
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