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!**
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We are looking to make Plantsnap better all the time. Please leave your feedback in the app to help Plantsnap grow!
The applications PlantSnap Pro: Identify Plants was published
in the category Education on 2017-06-07 and
was developed by PlantSnap, Inc..
The file size is 195.69 MB.
The current version is 2.01.15 and works well on
10.0 and high ios versions.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
I was having and the table had a flower arrangement, I was able to PlantSnap. Great
I am very disappointed that without internet connection, this app doesn’t work. That means if you’re hiking in the backcountry where there’s no internet, the app is useless.
This app so far is great. It’s actually identified the plants I've taken pictures off. I want to be able to identify plants when out in walks with my kid and now I can. I also like that it’s the one time price for the app and doesn’t have any additional or month fees to use. So far I’me very pleased.
Seems fairly early to use.
No way to share the snaps in my collection or let the developer know that this is desired feature - not that they should have to be told.
At least, no reason for a user like me. Bought the app in November, just had occasion to use it yesterday and discovered I’d have to give them my email address. I just wanted to identify a plant, not establish a business relationship. Of course, I’m past the refund window.
I bought this app mainly for fun since I know my plants. It’s great at identifying common houseplants but don’t expect it to differentiate between hundreds of types of palms, or cycads, or bananas. Particularly for groups of similar looking plants it’s not that good. I contacted them if I could help improve that app by identifying plants but they declined my offer.
Not accurate on any of the plants I snapped. Touts sending to a live botanist when there is no match but one week later I never heard from anyone...a waste of $20
It would be awesome to have a flower garden planning tool that integrates with this. I want to know what flowers will do great in my hardiness zone, how to plant them, maybe even a visualizer of my 3D space.
Seriously? I think registry is a good option for those that want to do it but forcing me to give up my email address in order to use the app is garbage. Without this I would’ve given it a five star.
As many have pointed out, this AI is still in trial, using submissions followed by email correspondence to add new species to their reference database. Likely this works great in america and may be the basis for the absurd claims of millions of users achieving 96% success. I have given the App many many attempts over many months, following exact directions and watching the YouTube videos. As I have been deeply involved in the design, bug fixing and user interface issues of a biology field App I am acutely aware of how easy it is for people to misunderstand how to use an App but that’s not the problem here; PlantSnap simply doesn’t have the database for identifying enough species with all the regional variations to be useful broadly and absolutely not worth paying money for to use on Australian native species. Indeed not even the most ubiquitous garden ornamentals from asia and south america commonly found in Australian gardens can be resolved. I have to say the AI also appears partly to blame as it’s suggestions have included species with completely different veination in the leaves than the photo which suggests that not even basic gross plant anatomy is yet to be learnt by the AI software. All up, a useless App for Australia and I suspect for everyone outside of continental US with an annoying insistence that people can’t use the camera on their mobile device correctly as an excuse for the truth of an ambitious project still with a long way to grow.
The app is exceptionally well designed, but is consistently getting plants wrong. It needs more data to support it.
We live in a country area where internet wi-fi or mobile phone signals are not readily available outdoors or around the property and it seems like the PlantSnap application may now be reliant on such services in order to work. An older version worked okay; identifying the snap when connected to wifi. It’s frustrating because lots of time lost. As well, the augmented reality screen shows nothing but a black background and its bubble outlines. So if PlantSnap functionality is reliant on an internet connection when taking the snaps that’s a problem. Since the last update it hasn’t worked and the entire app jus freezes. When I am in a WiFi accessible zone - like in the house it eventually loads but I don’t have much growing inside 🤔. Okay, so I have just turned off the location access in iPad settings specifically for PlantSnap and I will see if I have any better luck. If I do I will write another review. BTW - I don’t usually take time for reviews unless I am amazed or totally disappointed 😞. Possibly the application could have a few settings added to cater for bad internet connection services.
Actually works I was sceptical but am now keen to try this on more varied plants in the field. I wish I had this app when I was at horticulture college for plant Ident class !
Don’t register! You will lose all of your collection! Just switch to another app! Worst app ever! They won’t bother to recover your collection!
The app can not identify a pear fruit!
I have found it accurate only about half the time. I suspect it’s reference data base is limited to either certain regions or categories of plants. It does not do well on grasses for example
I’ve tested it out on a few plants and weeds in the yard, taking care to follow all the photography instructions. Less than half have been identified correctly. It Didn’t even recognise Ochna Serrata, a common problematic weed. It did correctly identify a fig leaf 😑
Brilliant work from these developers. It is easy to use and the results are returned quickly. Very accurate info. Brilliant work!!!
Picture This Plant identifier (a free App) got 3 out of three correct while this App couldn’t identify any of these 3 plants. Two of those three were so poor matches it is laughable. They have 4 and 5 star ratings by some people but not because this App works. They must have made those reviews themselves. What a joke
Please end the harvesting of emails for a PAID app. Unbelievable how it’s supposed to make a “better UX. Amazing a lot of other apps pull this off without doing this.
Yes, Google can ID houseplants too... But Snaplant does it faster, saves it and provides me w a complete description, ALL in one app/source. Is it perfect? Nope. Will it get better? Yep
Excelente aplicación para los amantes a las plantas. ❤️
So far I’ve successfully identified several of my succulents I’m surprised this is working
Has yet to identify anything correctly yet. Sent one off to be identified and still haven’t heard anything from them yet. Beginning to regret spending the money.
This is. Great app for identifying flowers and plants. Very user friendly.
I am getting ridiculous results.
Lousy suggestions for plants, not even close. Not helpful.
Very useful app! Beats google!
The app price was $3.99. Why was I charged $9.99?