“Chirp! Bird Song USA+” Bird Identification iPad App

If you love birds the way that Bethany and I do, I’m pretty sure you’ll love this lovely bird identification iPad App! “Chirp! Bird Song USA+” by iSpiny! It’s a bargain at only $2.99. iSpiny also has  a Britain and Europe combined version, and a Canada version available.  You can also purchase a Netherlands bird pocket guide and one for birds of Britain.

We have so many birds here in our backyard each with their own distinctive songs.   It’s not always easy to identify which bird is singing which song though.  I had been wishing that I could purchase one of those expensive bird song books that I’ve seen in stores and in catalogs but couldn’t afford to.  So…I got the bright idea to see of there was an app for that! Of course there was. There’s always an app for that!

Bethany and I have had a lot of fun listening to the birds outside and then looking them up in the app!  Beth gets very excited when she recognizes a song!

I think this is the perfect app for any bird lover seeking to identify new birds or learn more about birds they’re already familiar with!

The very first screen!

The very first screen!

The second screen.  You can choose to browse, take a quiz, view an automatic slide show, or see where the birds are from on the map!

The second screen. You can choose to browse, take a quiz, or view an automatic slide show.  The Where? option reveals a map to tap on to see what birds can be found in that area!

This is the browse screen.  Click on any bird  or click any tab on the bottom to custom sort your choices.

This is the browse screen. Click on any bird or click any tab on the bottom to custom sort your choices.

This is the screen after clicking on the Gold Finch in browse.  You will hear the bird's song or call.  You can also click on the tabs below to learn more about each bird.  Over the picture at the top you can connect to Cornell and Wikipedia to learn even more about each bird.

This is the screen after clicking on the Gold Finch in browse. You will hear the bird’s song or call. You can also click on the tabs below to learn more about each bird. Over the picture at the top you can connect to Cornell and Wikipedia to learn even more about each bird.

The Where? screen. Tap on any region of the USA and then go back by clicking on the little bird in the bottom left hand corner to view all the birds of that area!

The Where? screen. Tap on any region of the USA and then go back to click on browse by clicking on the little bird in the bottom left hand corner.  Now you’ll be able to view all the birds of your chosen area!

 

This is the first Quiz screen.  You can choose from three quiz levels or choose custom to pick the birds you want to be quizzed on.

This is the first Quiz screen. You can choose from three quiz levels or choose custom to pick the birds you want to be quizzed on.

This is the second screen in the Quiz option.

This is the second screen in the Quiz option after you have chosen a quiz level.

This is the quiz screen after you have chosen a quiz level.

This is the quiz screen after you have tapped to start  quiz level one.  You hear a bird song and must tap on the correct bird.

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5 thoughts on ““Chirp! Bird Song USA+” Bird Identification iPad App

  1. Here from the Weekend Showcase, and though I’m not really a bird follower I can see where this app would appeal to someone who is. Glad you and your daughter can share quality time and memories with this. Thanks for the headsup; I’ll pass it along. BB2U

  2. G’Day! Sylvia,
    In addition to your post I was wondering, We live in East Texas and for the past 2 nights right outside our window in a large bush, a bird has chirped almost all night! Not really a song but shrill and LOUD. Help!
    Nice One!

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