Updated app for iPhone

The Sibley eGuide to Birds app for iPhone has been updated.

This update adds thumbnail images of every species in the scrolling list and in search results, the option to display common names in French, Spanish, or Latin instead of English, the latest AOU taxonomy including splits of Scripps’s and Guadalupe Murrelet, new audio for Bendire’s Thrasher and Cackling Goose, and some minor corrections.

Similar features for Android and other platforms coming soon.

more info here

3 thoughts on “Updated app for iPhone”

  1. The app for iPhone is amazing! I have one recommendation for future updates–the ability to tap in a 4-letter code for quick placement on a species account. I use BirdLog religiously and I frequently catching myself tapping in 4-letter codes on the Sibley app. Would be very useful…

  2. Christine Alexander

    I just got an iphone and had a Windows phone. I need to know does anyone know how I can load that app to the iphone without having to pay for it again. I have my reciept that I paid for it, cannot find it on the Windows store.

  3. I recently updated and as I loved version one I expect I will live to find this even better. But I am writing to report a possible error: On a female Anna’s Hummingbird the outer tail feathers are drawn as white tips, black sub-terminal, and green innermost. The Birds of North America online has text stating that the innermost part of these tail feathers are actually drab. Is it a drawing error, an error in BNA, or is there variation in this feature?

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