BluByrd bird watching App lets you identify an unknown bird that you have just seen and have no idea about its name or information.
The process involved is quite simple and user friendly. You can identify a bird within a minute and add it to your journal
This App proves out to be very handy to a group of Bird Watchers who have stepped out for a long bird watching session.
…the most important quality in a birdwatcher is a willingness to stand quietly and see what comes.
Using BluByrd Birdwatching App is very simple. You see an unknown bird in the open and you quickly open the App. The App will fetch your exact location and will show you the probable list of birds seen in a particular area. You select the identified bird and enter the number of birds which were there to your Journal.
Our role as a Development team of BluByrd was quite challenging as Bird Watching as a Hobby is not that famous in our geographic location. The developers understood the concept and wireframed a complete new version which was appreciated by the client as well. Designing became quite easy after that and the complete platform was developed in 6 weeks.
- Identify a bird
- Search species
- Add to Journal
- Compete with others
- Location is fetched
- Bird is identified
- Number is selected
- Added to Journal
- Keep future references
- Compete with friends
- Show off your skills
- Download the App!
In the world of development, where technology is exponentially increasing, SODIO has found a niche in the market and found the way to stay on top, as one of the premier mobile application development teams. They truly provide a quality product, and give the consumer what they pay for.
Having a vision for an app and turning that vision into a reality are two different things. SODIO’s talented team has helped me sculpt my rough vision into a cutting edge and streamlined app. They took care of all the heavy lifting, and the turn-around time was lightning quick. Their understanding of this space has been invaluable to the success and launch of my app. Thanks guys!