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The Birds of Britain app contains 268 identification guides of birds found in the UK. It will help all nature lovers identify birds whilst out and about.
The app is a great reference guide for the novice bird watcher or experienced twitcher, giving detailed information on each bird and a gallery of high quality photos and some great bird sounds and calls. It is a great app for all the family.
The app has the following features:
☆ 268 reference guides of British birds, listed by A to Z or by Family
☆ 1418 photos to accompany these UK birds, assisting you with identification
☆ 260 bird songs / bird calls
☆ Family screen where by the birds are split down into families
☆ Favourites screen where you can store your favourite birds
☆ Search screen where you can search by either common or latin bird name
☆ Detailed information on each bird listed
☆ Scroll through pictures with a simple swipe of the finger
☆ Ability to Tweet and post to Facebook directly from within the app
☆ Fast, simple to use and regular updates
☆ Once downloaded, no internet connection needed
☆ Coming soon; Ability to backup favourites, store spottings and upload to a new online bird community.
Currently the app contains 268 of the most common British birds but we will be updating it in the coming weeks to have more birds of Britain.
If there is a bird that you think we have missed and you would like to see it listed, then please drop us an email at email@example.com and we'll happily include it.
When the app is opened for the first time, the image and sound files are downloaded (over 1000 files) therefore it requires that you have a good wifi internet connection. After this initial download of data, the app then functions completely offline, with no need for an internet connection.
If you are having problems with the app, rather than leave a negative review, please email us and we will help rectify any problems that you are having. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have had some users reporting that they get the no internet error, when they open the app, when this is not the case. This is due to the app not being able to access the internet, not that the phone can't see the internet. It is usually due to a setting on the phone blocking the app from using the internet or a firewall blocking the app.
Try the following: go to manage apps and then clear data for the birds of Britain app, then reopen the app. If this does not work, then uninstall the app and remove the BritainBirds folder from the SD card, if it exists. Now go to settings and in Accounts and Sync, ensure that Background Data is checked. Turn the phone off and then back on and then redownload the app. When you open the app, the items should start to download, this can take a while, don't interrupt this process. Also ensure the screen saver doesn't come on as this can affect the internet connection. This should hopefully fix the problem.