PlantsPedia - Guide to House & Garden Plants

PlantsPedia - Guide to House & Garden Plants

By Space-O Digicom

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2014-06-22
  • Current Version: 2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 58.61 MB
  • Developer: Space-O Digicom
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 66 Ratings

Description

Do you want to know more about what is called "Divine Beauty" on earth -- Plants? Enter PlantsPedia app. PlantsPedia app provides with details about numerous plants with their photographic representation, textual facts and how we are dependent on them in our day-to-day life. HIGHLIGHTS + Full text SEARCH + BROWSE alphabetically + EXPLORE random plants (have some fun) + RESEARCH further using Google, Wikipedia and YouTube + MARK as Favorite for future reference + SHARE via Facebook, Twitter or Email Use PlantsPedia app. Increase your knowledge about plants and use it to better your life.

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Reviews

  • Pretty good but

    3
    By billy jean is NOT my lover...
    This is more of an app for garden flowers. There’s not a lot of tropical plants in here... or trees. But I hope they keep adding plants
  • Search Limited

    1
    By Mtmpow3r
    Not what I expected, basic plants like the peace lily aren't even in it.
  • Worthless app

    1
    By Bluegoldwing
    I bought this app for one specific purpose, that being to look up the name if a plant which I only vaguely remembered (Bromeliad). This app does not have that name or even the scientific name (Bromeliaceae). I tried giving feedback, but that link does not have the email entered in the "To" block, so that is also worthless! Even the "About" link does not work, a total POS!
  • Couldn't use

    2
    By dead_no_reset
    Only able to navigate the app for a few seconds at a time because ads keep causing it to crash. Also would have wanted more planting information.
  • Very nice

    4
    By Leitilumo
    It's not as expansive as I thought though, and there isn't a way to smart search through Tags or anything, but it is still useful.

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