If you only want am app for Australia, try Birdsight AU, or if you want world
wide there is My Bird Observations (MBO). Both allow you to generate CSV files
for importing into an appropriate application on you desk/laptop computer. I
use Birdsite AU and have used Birdsight China and found them OK. Have not tried
MBO, but it looks pretty good and is not as Euro or US centric as other birding
apps. It uses the IOC nomenclature.
I can't advise on applications for non iOS devices as I use Macs.
On 30/08/2012, at 3:04 PM, Mark Young <> wrote:
> G'day everyone,
> I've been using Eremea recently for listing my sightings, which I think is
> a great application, but I want more versatility and greater reporting
> options than what Eremea currently offers.
> Can anyone recommend any software that might give me these options? I'm
> particularly interested in ones that have an app for iPads.
> Mark Young
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