Instantly identify plants of all kinds: flowers, trees, succulents, mushrooms, cacti and more! PlantSnap is the revolutionary plant identification app from Earth.com built to help you instantly identify plants in a snap.
Users on iOS12 can experience instant plant recognition, no framing or snapping required! Simply tap a detected plant on your device for information on the plant in a real-time Augmented Reality view.
PlantSnap now works in every country on Earth and is translated into 30 languages! Our database has been upgraded to over 500,000 species, and the algorithm is now 94% accurate.
Have you ever been on a hike, vacation or simply on an afternoon walk and wondered what species that plant, flower or tree was? Take a picture of the plant and PlantSnap will tell you what it is in seconds using its robust plant database.
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. Plantsnap also comes with a map of plants nearby to help you get out and explore. 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 also comes paired with a seamlessly integrated companion website, allowing you to upload photos from your computer for instant identification or check items from your plant collection.
PlantSnap is powered by deep learning and artificial intelligence, meaning that it actually learns and improves with every image you feed it. Every image you take makes PlantSnap better and adds to the growing Plant Database. Get out there and start PlantSnapping!
Identify Plants with Your Camera
• Instantly learn the name of plants, flowers and trees with a picture!
• Open the PlantSnap app, snap a photo, and watch the PlantSnap Database name the plant in seconds.
Auto-Detect Plants to Identify
• PlantSnap automatically tells you when a plant is framed well
• Tap the screen where the flower is highlighted for the most accurate results
Augmented Reality Plant Identification (requires iOS12)
• Watch amazing Augmented Reality animations over a plant
• View information on a plant through an AR interface
• Our database is global and our results are instantaneous. There are currently 585,000 plant species in our worldwide database
• PlantSnap currently has 90% of all known plant species on Earth in our database, and we continue to train more species into our algorithm every month.
Plant Identification & Learning Algorithms
• Our algorithm is retrained and improved every month using the 200,000+ anonymous images taken by our users every day
• PlantSnap will update automatically for you every time we add a new batch of species, no additional fees required
• Visit my.plantsnap.com with your PlantSnap account
• View your collection from the app on the web
• Add photos to identify from your desktop, then keep track of things on your mobile
Discover the World Around You
• Use the Explore section to view every anonymous photo taken with the PlantSnap app anywhere on the entire planet
• 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.
Download PlantSnap now and start PlantSnapping!
**Be sure to watch our instructional video to get the most accurate results!**
**Please check your email after purchasing for more detailed information.**
We are looking to make Plantsnap better all the time. Please leave your feedback in the app to help Plantsnap grow!
The applications PlantSnap Plant Identification was published in the category Education on 2017-06-07 and was developed by PlantSnap, Inc.. The file size is 148.21 MB. The current version is 2.00.4 and works well on 10.0 and high ios versions.
With the launch of iOS 12 we are excited to bring you a fresh new look and a handful of new features:
• Auto-detection of flowers and leaves for seamless recognition (iOS 12 required). No more framing your snaps - just tap one of the detected plants and have it identified in the blink of an eye.
• Learn about plants in Augmented Reality!
• Our brand new explore screen, where you can check the map for nearby plants.
• A fully redesigned login/register screen with great improvements to known issues.
• A brand new Inbox where you will see all notifications for the snaps you sent for manual identification.
• The User and More tab are now combined in one, for easier and more intuitive navigation.
• An overall update to the app design.
And that's all coming with an update to our plant database, which now has over 585,000 species and an update to our identification algorithm, which will now bring you even better results!
Have fun snapping and let us know what you think at [email protected]
I purchased this app hoping to help me educate when our in nature however so far it has not correctly identified any of the photos I posted to test it out :(
I understand the identifying may not be correct most of the time, but I have yet to get a correct identification on plants. I took a photo of milkweed for example and came up with an edible banana. I give it three stars because I believe it has potential.
I have always loved taking pictures of plants and flowers that interest me, but I never know what they are. I have the most beautiful flower bed this year, and I want it back next year. This app makes it possible. No searching through nurseries trying to find the same plant. I can just look at my phone and ask for my plants, and be in and out planting in no time. You can also look at other beautiful plants and find out the information about them. The help area is great! YouTube videos to get you started and help you along. And if the search can't find the name of what you are interested in, you just push a button and they will research it for you and notify you when they know. It's just an awesome app. I have never seen anything like it. I̥ͦT̥ͦ'S̥ͦ ḀͦM̥ͦḀͦZ̥ͦI̥ͦN̥ͦG̥ͦ
Snap has always got an answer, may not be totally correct, but gives a map of beginning research.
Consistently inaccurate- I’m testing it on trees I know. I have no confidence this far that it will help when I don’t know... and isn’t that what the app is for??? Disappointed
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app-reviews.org, reviews-up.com and keenmobi are scam sites. I want to receive the payment.
reviews-up.com, app-reviews.org and keenmobi arr scam sites.
app-review.org, reviews-up.com and keenmobi are scam sites.
Have only been on this site all of 2 days at this stage and loving it 😊 A plant I’ve had for a long time I finally know what it is hahhaha 😁
First and foremost the concept is a great idea. I just purchased and took 5 pictures of fairly common plants in my garden, it failed to recognise one good quality picture, correctly identified one plant, and incorrectly identified three plants. That’s not good enough in my opinion.
I am cynical about most AI apps, and was hesitant to purchase this app. Most over promise and under deliver. However I work in IT and I was once a botany major... so the curiosity got the better of me. I have been testing this app on species I am familiar with and have been very impressed with the accuracy of the app. It suggests the correct genus 95% of the time! It will get the correct species about 60% of the time. Which is really high for such a complex task. For species I am unfamiliar with I can use the suggestions provided by the app and search online or reference a plant book to reach a conclusive identification. I am really impressed with this app. It is a really useful tool. It currently does not have the accuracy to solely rely on without other references, but with more people using this app the accuracy of the AI will only improve... then I will give it 5 stars. Even without 100% accuracy, it is a very valuable tool and has become one of my favourite apps!
I took a photo of 4 common plants and it didn’t get any of them correct so I wouldn’t trust it on something I didn’t know
I was hoping this app would surprise me with its accuracy, but it didn’t. On its first outing it was correct maybe 50% of the time and crashed twice. Apart from that its well made and easy to use. I enjoy the explore option and look forward to seeing other’s contributions in AR mode. Hopefully it improves over time. I would love to see it expand to include bark identification as it is not always possible to snap leaves of high trees.
It is so easy to use. You take a shot of the plant part surveyed, it shows you what it found and you vsn save your findings on the gallery.
Such an awesome idea. You just don’t know!!! Thank you and may god bless you and your garden!!!
I had a plant given to me which I planted in my backyard. It blossomed this year. Six inch blossoms! It’s a Hawaiian Hibiscus. I used iplant to get more information on how to treat it through the year. Very fast and accurate.
It’s simple but well executed. It’s easy and logical to filter your search for an unknown plant.
So far a great app and it has correctly identified my house plants. I would love to see this app with a small amount of gamification. For example giving stats on how many people have snapped the same plant, following other users, collecting rare and common plants.
This is the easiest way to identify any plant. I just love it, and love being able to help out my neighbors when they don’t know it’s growing in their yard. Highly recommend it.
This app does a really poor job identifying anything, even the most common range, don't spend your money until they can get it right
This app has only found information on one plant I have submitted a picture of. Plus the information it provides is not on care or plant information that is useful to someone wanting to know how to care for typical plants.
I had flowers on my phone that are clear pictures. I know what they are (from reliable books and other confirmation) yet this app could not identify them correctly.
Agree with another reviewer. I think they are gathering data to improve the app—which needs improvement. I have taken lots of very clear close-ups of plants and with very clear and zoomed in flowers and it, more often than not—doesn’t even come close. I have tested this on flowers in planters that I already knew absolutely what they were as I bought and planted them myself. Multiple photos tried in various light and angles. Good luck with weeds and wildflowers as it is almost impossible to get what they deem to be the perfect photo for an ID. Thrilled when it does work. On a recent weed I was trying to ID, I sent them a query. Staff is responsive but be prepared to be severely reprimanded for not following instructions. I will say, I had a hard time (due to proximity) getting a good closeup of flowers and there were lots of leaves and buds. However, zoomed in close it was a very clear photo with leaves, stems, one flower and buds. I did try zooming in even closer with same lackluster results. There should have been more than enough to id the plant. Very argumentative. They sent me back a photo that I had sent them. They zoomed it a tiny bit more and claimed that it worked for them and implied that I am apparently not smart enough to submit a proper photo. I copied the (returned) photo into plantsnap, and still not a good ID. What? I then updated the app and resubmitted the same exact photo (you know, the one that they claimed worked, which was my photo). First time, no good. Second time (same exact photo unaltered) it came up as the third (but low) possibility. As another example, I tried to get it to ID poison hemlock awhile back (I knew what it was) and it did not even come close. That was with very close-up flowers, leaves and stems. Multiple close-ups, multiple tries. It didn’t even come up with the standard look-alikes—wild carrot and Queen Anne’s Lace. Looks like they are improving but definitely needs more work. Could be downright dangerous to somebody who might not know the difference as many plants are medicinal and many are highly poisonous. I would not rely on this app for a positive ID. I think I do remember a disclaimer somewhere. Since I bought it awhile back and it wasn’t expensive, I may continue to frustrate myself with it, hoping for improvements. It is somewhat entertaining. It can only improve. While they do have responsive support (I gave them a star for that), be prepared to be shamed for not being smart enough to take a perfect picture. I am not sure how I will be able to continue to drag my sad self out of bed and face the day, now that I know how truly stupid I must be! I will, however, find the energy to search for a better plant ID app.
Cannot identify a maple after a couple tries. Do not waste money on this. I have NEVER been able to identify a single plant or leaf with the app. Use google. It is free
Was able to identify some of my trees.
Incredible app for anyone interested in nature or spend a lot of time in nature and want to know what flora surrounds you. Great to find out if the plants around you are dangerous or not.
Great for getting the kids into nature.
I have verified that this works to identify peanut plants.
We moved house this year and we have a wealth of plants in our new home and PlantSnap is vital to our enjoyment of the experience. Thank you.
I got this on the understanding that it would identify plants that I came across and liked the look of, and maybe wanted to buy later. So far I’ve snapped about 40 flowers, and it has successfully identified about 10-12. Some of the suggestions have bordered on ridiculous. However, as a plant encyclopedia it’s very good, hence one rather than no stars. UPDATE: Based on developer feedback, lowering rating to one star. As I say it’s still a very good plant encyclopedia, but to accuse your customer of jumping to conclusions and to tell them numerous times to read the instructions, reviews and watch videos is condescending in the extreme. Writing to support to highlight inaccuracies is something I’d expect to do in development or testing phases or for a beta release, not once the product has been released for sale. It’s marketed as something to use on a hike to identify plants in seconds and it does identify plants in seconds, my point was that I had found this regularly quite inaccurate, making ridiculous suggestions on more than one occasion. I see that anyone who has given this a poor review gets the same response pasted to them, essentially saying it’s the customers fault for not reading instructions or showing a video of the app identifying something. We can’t all be wrong developer!
The app will not give you full access to all its features after paying for it unless you sign in with Facebook or gmail. There is no other option. Had I realised the app needed to gather info I would not have bought it.
At end of back garden.
It really does NOT work. I have tried it so so often, even on plants I actually know. I have never gotten a correct identification. Time to delete this app and try and find one that works
Took a few mins to work out how to take decent images, first took pics of the ones I knew, 100% accurate
Has never Identified a plant correctly
This is rubbish. It does not identify anything. I tried tens of snaps but none is identified.
Taking good pics is key as it does machine learning and comparing to a database of known photos to correctly identify plants. But worked well for me on my tests.
I’m a keen gardener in Dublin Ireland. Snapped my first 3 plants. It got my foxglove completely wrong with no other suggested matches near it. It got my Datura wrong but gave me an option to match it. The third it called blue daisy. Hmm.