Pizzey and Knight Birds of Australia iPad version

To: Guy Gibbon <>
Subject: Pizzey and Knight Birds of Australia iPad version
From: David Adams <>
Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2013 11:30:05 +1100
> No need to worry, the Pizzey and Knight Birds of Australia iOS app will
> on both iPhone and iPad, so one app purchase for both devices.

That's good to hear and thanks for replying to the list.

> As you rightly surmise David, the UI design of the Pizzey and Knight app
> based on that used for the Roberts Birds of Southern Africa app. This has
> highly successful and is now the app of choice for Southern African

I used it on an iPod and an iPad and found it particularly useful on the
iPad. The only real problem I had was that some screens didn't seem to flip
orientation on the iPad.

> I seem to remember from sabirdnet that you originally purchased the Sasol
> so am pleased to hear that you also changed to the Roberts app.

I used both and was glad to have both. I bought the Roberts largely on the
strength of your recordings but found the photographs exceptionally helpful
and was happy to have access to the full Roberts text. I also carried Sasol
on paper and Faansie Peackock's peerless "LBJs" guide.

> There have been further developments and enhancements of the UI design
for the
> Pizzey and Knight app. The content is of course entirely Australian, and
> have been very fortunate to work with the excellent reference that is the
> Pizzey and Knight field guide. In addition the outstanding photographic
> sound contributions from Australian birders have contributed to a superb
> product.

Looking forward to it!

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