Plant Album is now available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Plant Album

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Today my new iOS app for gardeners, Plant Album, hit the App Store. Plant Album is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iOS 8.0 or higher. Organize your plants into gardens, tracking watering schedules, keep dated log entries, and more.

Plant Album is localized into several languages, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.

The Plant Album database can be moved between your various devices, so you can back it up to your computer over a local WiFi network from either an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and restore it onto another Apple device. You can also import or export data without modifying the existing data on your device, or transfer the database directly between devices via AirDrop.

The Gardens, Plants and Logs tabs of the app display thumbnail images in table form for each garden, plant, or log entry. In addition, the garden and plant thumbnail images can be viewed in a scrollable grid. This makes it easier to locate an item in your collection visually, or based on the name, garden, or species. As with my other apps, the user interface has been designed for quick and easy data entry.

You can find more details on my website or on the Plant Album Facebook page. There’s also a free Lite version you can try out. This version is limited to 3 gardens, 3 plants, 3 watering schedules, and 3 log entries with 3 photos each, and only supports backup and export over WiFi. Otherwise it’s identical to the full version.

If you’re interested in the origins of Plant Album, you can read more in my earlier blog post.

I hope you find Plant Album to be a fun and useful gardening app, and I welcome any feature suggestions and comments you may have. Enjoy!

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