According to iTunes Store it needs iOS 4.0 or later, which means a 4th Gen.
I am downloading it now. I wish I had it when I was there last year!
Sent: Thursday, 19 April 2012 7:28 PM
To: David Adams;
Subject: Singapore Birds App
G'day David et al.
I just tried to install this app to my 2nd Gen iPod Touch. It isn't
supported. Disappointing because I can run every other bird field guide app
Oh well. I'm planning on a hardware upgrade later this year.
I wonder what the limitation is.
On 19/04/2012, at 7:13 PM, David Adams wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 12:45 PM, Carl Clifford <>
>> There are regular RFI posts on B-A by birders who are passing through
S/pore and want to do a spot of birding to fill in
>> some time. The Nature Society of Singapore has published a field giuse
App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The App
>> has good photographs of all species to be found in S/pore and has a
listing facility which can export lists via email.
>> The App is free.
>> The App can be downloaded from Apple's App Store.
> Thanks to Carl for the tip off. The app is called "Birds of
> Singapore" and you can read more information here:
> I've downloaded the app and had a look at it. It's a pretty
> outstanding effort, particularly for a free app. Well worth having
> along if you're birding in Asia as there are high-quality pictures of
> 300+ species and calls for 110 species. The app itself has some nice
> features, including integrated list taking and various ways of
> searching, displaying, and comparing species.
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