PlantSnap Plant Identification

PlantSnap Plant Identification for Pc


  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-11
  • Current version: 2.00.4
  • File size: 148.21 MB
  • Developer: PlantSnap, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing PlantSnap Plant Identification on your Windows PC

Download PlantSnap Plant Identification for Windows: PlantSnap Plant Identification is an Education App, developed by PlantSnap, Inc.. The Education App was officially released 2017-06-07. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - PlantSnap, Inc., with the latest current version being 2.00.4 which was officially released on 2018-10-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 20,027 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using PlantSnap Plant Identification on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install PlantSnap Plant Identification on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use PlantSnap Plant Identification for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type PlantSnap Plant Identification in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on PlantSnap Plant Identification application icon. A window of PlantSnap Plant Identification will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the PlantSnap Plant Identification icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About PlantSnap Plant Identification

Developer Description

Instantly identify plants of all kinds: flowers, trees, succulents, mushrooms, cacti and more! PlantSnap is the revolutionary plant identification app from Earth.com built to help you instantly identify plants in a snap. Users on iOS12 can experience instant plant recognition, no framing or snapping required! Simply tap a detected plant on your device for information on the plant in a real-time Augmented Reality view. PlantSnap now works in every country on Earth and is translated into 30 languages! Our database has been upgraded to over 500,000 species, and the algorithm is now 94% accurate. Have you ever been on a hike, vacation or simply on an afternoon walk and wondered what species that plant, flower or tree was? Take a picture of the plant and PlantSnap will tell you what it is in seconds using its robust plant database. With Plantsnap, you can reconnect to the natural world around you and learn about nearby plants, or browse our gallery to discover new and exotic plants all across the globe. Plantsnap also comes with a map of plants nearby to help you get out and explore. Whether you find peace and mindfulness from hiking, or if you are interested in studying nature, Plantsnap has the resources and technology you need. PlantSnap also comes paired with a seamlessly integrated companion website, allowing you to upload photos from your computer for instant identification or check items from your plant collection. PlantSnap is powered by deep learning and artificial intelligence, meaning that it actually learns and improves with every image you feed it. Every image you take makes PlantSnap better and adds to the growing Plant Database. Get out there and start PlantSnapping! PlantSnap Features: Identify Plants with Your Camera • Instantly learn the name of plants, flowers and trees with a picture! • Open the PlantSnap app, snap a photo, and watch the PlantSnap Database name the plant in seconds. Auto-Detect Plants to Identify • PlantSnap automatically tells you when a plant is framed well • Tap the screen where the flower is highlighted for the most accurate results Augmented Reality Plant Identification (requires iOS12) • Watch amazing Augmented Reality animations over a plant • View information on a plant through an AR interface Plant Database • Our database is global and our results are instantaneous. There are currently 585,000 plant species in our worldwide database • PlantSnap currently has 90% of all known plant species on Earth in our database, and we continue to train more species into our algorithm every month. Plant Identification & Learning Algorithms • Our algorithm is retrained and improved every month using the 200,000+ anonymous images taken by our users every day • PlantSnap will update automatically for you every time we add a new batch of species, no additional fees required Companion Website • Visit my.plantsnap.com with your PlantSnap account • View your collection from the app on the web • Add photos to identify from your desktop, then keep track of things on your mobile Discover the World Around You • Use the Explore section to view every anonymous photo taken with the PlantSnap app anywhere on the entire planet • Gamify your hikes with friends and family! Plantsnap lets you build a library of every plant, tree or flower you've snapped. See how many you can collect! • Get some fresh air and improve your mood! Plantsnap connects the divide between technology and nature. Download PlantSnap now and start PlantSnapping! **Be sure to watch our instructional video to get the most accurate results!** **Please check your email after purchasing for more detailed information.** We are looking to make Plantsnap better all the time. Please leave your feedback in the app to help Plantsnap grow!

App Reviews

  • Amazing App for any plant lover!

    5
    By djkdjk2
    I absolutely love this app and cannot say enough good things about it. I love walking through different botanical gardens, greenhouses, or even just hiking, and now when I’m curious about a plant, or just think it looks interesting I can use Plant Snap! Not only does this let me look back on the plant later, but I also learn a lot of information about it. However I do have one improvement that would make the app even better. Because I love plants so much, I own several and was so happy that I could organize them online on Plant Snap. However I wish there was a section that talked about plant care specifically for that pant you take a picture of. I know this is a monumentally huge task given how many plants are in the system, but my primary use for the app is for organizing plants I grow myself. It would be really beneficial to learn growing technics (how difficult, how much water/sunlight, etc) for the plants you snap. Often times I’ll snap a plant in the wild and want to buy it from a nursery but I’ll have to leave the app and google the information instead of it being presented within the app. Overall though this is an amazing app and I am very happy with my purchase! Thank you so much for creating this app and continue to release amazing updates 🌱
  • A little bit of patience is all you need!

    5
    By Nsksnskdbsjsnenek
    This app is truly amazing, despite it not always providing an EXACT match every single time. No two plants look exactly the same, but this app provides more than one result, and from the other options, you can find other plants in the same family, look that up in the search icon, and you can narrow your results down quite easily and soon find your plant! It’s almost IMPOSSIBLE to get your exact match by just snapping a picture and that’s not the apps fault necessarily because the diversity in plants is just too wide for any database to pinpoint an exact match first time around, but it does give you many different approaches to finding your plant in the end. All it takes is a little patience:) As for a suggestion towards the future update to improve the app’s function, I wish that there was a way that you could add plants to your collection from what you search in the search bar. I would love to document all of my plants in my collection, even the ones that I already know the names of, but I have to go through the process of taking a picture, suggesting a name, and then finding my plant and adding it that way. It’s not the end of the world, but I would still love for that to be a new feature!
  • Great reference app!

    5
    By Montana Tim
    I was kinda skeptical at first... I got this app after a bad two weeks of poison ivy. The videos and tutorials have helped me make sure my success rate with the algorithm stays high- big thanks for that! As I continue to “collect” new flowers and plants that grow on my property, I’m really enjoying the fun info and feeling like I have a botanist in my pocket at all times. I would recommend for future updates: 1) mushroom and fungus descriptions to know if it’s safe for eating raw, cooking, is hallucinogenic, or deadly. The idea of knowing what’s edible out there from dandelions to whitecap mushrooms would be really cool to capture and enjoy. 2) augmented reality... live video collecting various plants and flowers, and the algorithm can be focused to know its a location based collection, so there’s no overseas plants, etc which could aid in faster live identification. This could also help see where poison ivy, poison oak, or various toxic plants are. I could see some sort of game of collecting or helping identify could help you collect points, and redeem them to have someone plant a tree... idk. Great app! Thanks!
  • App has potential. But it can be difficult to use.

    3
    By unusualgirl913830
    Surprised to see that the app developers are pretty aggressive and unyielding to criticism based on the way they respond to unsatisfied customers here. This app has potential but it’s not very user friendly. If I want to identify something, it makes me redo the picture many times and I just end up getting frustrated. I understand the requirements for the picture. (To the app developers who will respond to my review, I don’t need a lesson on the rules of how the picture should look) You would think that it’d be easy to use but it’s really not. And a lot of the time, I just end up with very limited results. Again, that’s probably my fault for not taking the picture within the parameters that the app clearly explains. But I didn’t realize it would be so hard to master and that it would give such inconsistent results. I regret my purchase. It’s too late now. But hopefully the app will improve. For now, I find that I’m better off googling a description of what the plant looks like instead of using this app. Maybe that’s my fault but I can’t be that much different than the typical target consumer.
  • Terrible APP. Building a database on your dollars

    1
    By plantfail
    I have loved mother nature since I began camping at age one. I followed that tradition with my daughter, taking her camping at the same age. I have grown up identifying the natural world using nature books on every conceivable aspect of nature; animal tracks, bird books, mammal books, identifying rocks, identifying scat, identifying scat, and the list goes on. Despite being fairly knowledgeable on all subjects nature this looked like a fun addition to have handy as I strolled around my neighborhood or the woods. Since purchasing this app five days ago I have sent in six pictures, none of which are blurry, out of focus, have bad lighting, etc for their identification purposes, as per their own instructional video on how to present your pictures. Their identification of my snap pics have been something that has the same color or might be in the same family, leaving the identification up to the color or the leaf shape. Their response to me after failing to identify these six snaps is that I am doing it wrong, I am uploading my snap wrong. If you notice that’s the response to virtually everyone that has a bad review here. Don’t waste your money this app is being presented too early. Wait a year for them to build their database.
  • It only guesses at the answer

    3
    By OTR-Fan
    Fair to poor performance, don’t waste your dollars. I love flowers, take many photo’s, aspecially close ups of single blooms. Even the best in my photo library only returns a 67% "probability". Then it’s asking you if you accept or reject their "guess" (and that’s all it is)! If I knew what it was, I wouldn’t need the app! The supposed point of this app is for IT to tell YOU what the plant/flower is, not the other way around, simply not ready for any App Store. They’re collecting your data and guesses to TRY to improve their app. Essentially you’re paying them to beta test their software. I said it before and I’ll repeat it now. This is a botanical version of Vivino. Why can that app use a photo of a wine bottle label taken in poor low light conditions and return correctly 99% of the time, yet this app can’t seem to rise above a 67% guess? Read all the other reviews, most people are having similar issues and problems. The responses from "customer support" for these other complaints is a repetitious, Steve Jobs sounding "you’re doing it wrong". It’s not rocket science, it’s just a poor app. Steer clear.
  • It’s a great start

    4
    By mouseling
    I really enjoy this app. I have recently gotten interested in gardening and collecting houseplants, and have inherited several plants made from cuttings from family members, or bought discounted plants with no name from the hardware store. I’ve been trying to carefully choose appropriate plants for my home, and this app has helped me identify every no-name mystery plant I’ve stumbled upon. I will say the app has only worked on the first try maybe once or twice. When I’m trying to identify a plant, I usually have to try snapping a photo from a few different angles before eventually it gets me the correct suggestion. It also has rarely given me the right plant name as the “most likely” suggestion, but I usually find it by viewing the other possible plant types. I’m assuming that as more people use the app and the database grows, that the app will get smarter. At least I hope it will! Either way, it has been really useful for now and I’m happy to support the developer in the hopes that they will keep making the app better and smarter.
  • Nice app

    5
    By Gottagojoe
    I was sitting on my deck this morning looking at a couple of plants I have and said I wish there was an app to snap and identify a plant. Somehow this app popped up and I figured it’s worth a try after reading both good and bad reviews. So far it has properly identified both of the plants I snapped. I went into my garden and snapped a few more plants. Yes one time it couldn’t identify so I backed up a bit and it did work just fine. I’m sure there will be quirks from time to time (nothing is perfect) but it beats trying to search from pics online. Fast and accurate. I snapped a pic of my Virginia creeper and gave me several choices, one being poison ivy. The second choice was correct. I like that because so many plants have similar foliage. This app is awesome. I’m not sure why some people have had problems. I’m using an iPhone 7plus. Well worth the 4bucks $$
  • Super particular

    2
    By divinewill
    This app sounds great - until you try it out. I had photos (cropped and zoomed per the demo) of 4 plants, out of which it properly identified only one - the pansy, because of its particular shape probably. The rest had more of the round traditional shape with lots of petals - and no matter how many angles I tried all I got was “rose”... in the case of kalanchoe, I sent in the photo of my plant to the customer support and they were able to get it identified - yet it took me 7 tries (!!!) of all different angles, zoomed in and out, foliage or not , to get to their result - and even then I had to take a pic of the EXACT same flower cluster at that same angle to do it. None other clusters seemed to be the same plant I guess?? Then they tell me it’s user error and it’s not eligible for refund - which at this point it’s not about the 4 bucks at all, it’s about the customer support and understanding. They were quick to get back to me, but the answers just were not helpful at all. Super frustrating.
  • A great app to identify plants!

    3
    By Shcavok
    So I’ve had my eye on the app for awhile, 4.99 is steep and the reviews can be intimidating.. And so with it being on sale for back to school I decided, why not! The concept is awesome, I had a few photos of plants that I have not been able to identify VIA other apps, and this one got it first try. And it does work off a database, (more users, more info) but it also gives you the option in app to send the snap to their botonist, and/or an option to search via google, which I think is the coolest part! You can save what you’ve snapped to look back at. The one problem I do have.. the app is very slow for me. I have a good WiFi connection at my house, where I’ve been first trying the app, and even on my LTE I’m on a “loading” screen for a few minutes. Even toggling between my collection, explore and snap it loads for a few minutes. That’s my only complaint so far!

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