What's That Butterfly - UK

What's That Butterfly - UK


Look! Find! Discover!

Quickly identify butterflies of the UK and Ireland using our unique search tool.

Search by colour, markings, size and location to narrow down your search.
Take or import your own photos to compare with the database to get the most accurate identification possible from an app.

Now you can save your sightings and view them later too. Attach a photo, make some comments and then show them to your friends later.

Use helpful bios to learn about and find rare and beautiful butterflies.

Help in research and conservation of butterflies across the UK by uploading your geotagged butterfly sightings.

Features:
Database of British and Irish butterflies.
Search by colour, markings, size and location.
Import or capture your own photos.
Upload sightings to help in research and conservation.

Recent changes:
v1.4 - now you can save your sightings and view them later.
v1.4 - new sighting saving screen lets you fine tune your sightings before submitting/saving them. Edit the location, add a photo, add your own comments.
v1.4 - list your review your sightings (note: sightings made before this update are not retrievable..sorry!)
v1.4 - removed the map from the identification screen. It was confusing, and didn't really do anything. Now all the location stuff is done in the sighting submission screen.
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$1.16
77
3.9
User ratings
22
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
8810 kb
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About What's That Butterfly - UK
Look! Find! Discover!

Quickly identify butterflies of the UK and Ireland using our unique search tool.

Search by colour, markings, size and location to narrow down your search.
Take or import your own photos to compare with the database to get the most accurate identification possible from an app.

Now you can save your sightings and view them later too. Attach a photo, make some comments and then show them to your friends later.

Use helpful bios to learn about and find rare and beautiful butterflies.

Help in research and conservation of butterflies across the UK by uploading your geotagged butterfly sightings.

Features:
Database of British and Irish butterflies.
Search by colour, markings, size and location.
Import or capture your own photos.
Upload sightings to help in research and conservation.

Recent changes:
v1.4 - now you can save your sightings and view them later.
v1.4 - new sighting saving screen lets you fine tune your sightings before submitting/saving them. Edit the location, add a photo, add your own comments.
v1.4 - list your review your sightings (note: sightings made before this update are not retrievable..sorry!)
v1.4 - removed the map from the identification screen. It was confusing, and didn't really do anything. Now all the location stuff is done in the sighting submission screen.

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A Google User
Mar 22, 2014
Beautiful Design First impressions are of a very nicely designed app. Well thought-out interface and excellent Graphic design: well done Sam. One to emulate.
A Google User
Mar 20, 2014
Very useful field guide. 5 starts if more info were available offline
A Google User
Sep 20, 2013
Looks good so far but I don't know how to put pics in my sightings .please help , thanks , roy
A Google User
Jul 30, 2013
Great Great Little app. Couple of little things to push it to a 5 star for me: Would be nice if you could change the size of the icons on the database screen. Also the location in sight submitting has been set to my current location or 0, 0 long/lat or has complained that I haven't set any location (and I can't get a - symbol in so I have had to paste in)
A Google User
Jul 25, 2013
Both pics of the Purple Emperor are both males not male and female so needs to be corrected, are the others correct?