BirdLasser is a fun, easy way to record your Southern African bird sightings and share with friends, your community and contribute to conservation. • Spot - Capture bird sightings painlessly with GPS precision, even when offline. • Plot - Effortlessly view and manage your trip cards. Automatically backup your trips and lifelist to the cloud. • Play a Part - Share your sightings with friends and seamlessly contribute to conservation causes. If you enjoy using BirdLasser, please take a minute to leave a nice review on the App Store; it really helps. Testimonials from our BirdLasser Facebook page: “We've been to Ngwenya Lodge for the first time and decided to try atlassing with the iPhone app for the first time - what a pleasure! Thank you to the team for the hard work, it was a pleasure to use!” “... just loaded - impressive features so far! That voice recognition you've been looking for is one of the features.... This app could convert a whole bunch of birders to atlassers.” “I am dying for this app....what will the cost be?” BirdLasser: “Hi John, no cost - free, gratis!” Rapidly capture sightings We endeavor to make it as quick and simple as possible to log your sightings. Whether in your garden, the Kruger Park or on the open seas, we will seamlessly tag your sightings with date, time and location. Share with the community Share that special sighting with your fellow birders in real-time via email, Facebook or Twitter, or post a trip report. Conservation causes Your passion for birds and birding has the additional benefit to contribute to a greater good. BirdLasser makes it simple share your sighting details with conservation programs such as the Southern African Bird Atlas Project 2. Atlassers can enable boundary change notifications to make it even simpler. Note, that this feature uses the GPS in the background. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Download BirdLasser now to Spot. Plot. Play a Part!
What's new in this version
- Observer name and number from settings in correct order - Bug fix related to duplication of data
- Log species, Atlassing, Lifelist, Share