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Bird Song Id
Bird Song Id - Automatic Recognition and Reference - helps you identify a wide variety of birds by their songs and calls, and lets you make your own recordings too. It is available in smartphone and tablet formats. An audiovisual library of 133 species is included.
Automatic Recognition is available for 36 bird species. It is early days in our development of this technology, so please be gentle!
Only devices with a microphone will be able to use Automatic Recognition, and patience is required to get a good quality recording to analyse. Automatic Recognition takes place on the device, no connection to the internet or mobile network is needed.
For help and further information follow this link: Automatic Recognition Help
To see a demo of Automatic Recognition:
To see a video with advice for using Automatic Recognition:
Manual Identification is available for all species. This is where the user listens to a bird singing and answers a few simple questions about what they are hearing, the app then scores each species and presents a sorted list to help determine which bird it is.
Professional quality content
Isoperla worked alongside wildlife content specialists Sunbird to create this app, and Jonathan Rougier of the mathematics department of Bristol University.
If you have any questions, or want to talk to us about our products feel free to do so through our support email address.
Bird Song Id is available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It is an evolving product, and you get free upgrades.
Join our user group and get emails regarding updates, participate in forums and contribute to future releases. Email us for details.
Buy BirdSongId for the iPhone or iPad:
Log on to iTunes and select the iTunes Store. Enter Bird Song Id or Isoperla in the search box.
Or click on the following link to launch our app page in iTunes: BirdSongId in iTunes
BirdSongId is also available for the USA: