BirdTrack organised by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) has maintained its high placing in the reference app category.
The iOS version of this fantastic resource, created by App Developers UK and featured on this blog recently, has been used by thousands of bird enthusiasts to watch the movements and track the sightings of hundreds of species of birds visiting the UK. Ratings from the app store show how well received the app has been. As of Saturday 20th April the app was ranked 66th in the reference category. Considering the tens of thousands of reference apps on the market that’s a very impressive position.
With an estimated 5,000 downloads since its recent release. The app has been garnering some very positive feedback, for instance: I was aware that this App was imminent and was eagerly awaiting its arrival. I wasn’t”t disappointed. This App was obviously created by someone who’d put some thought into its use. Once downloaded and synched to my BTO account I was able to enter data within seconds. Excellent App, highly recommended”
The chances are that more and more will begin to enjoy BirdTrack. If you are interested to learn about the development of this app then drop us a line here at App Developers UK.