Warblr birdsong app

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Subject: Warblr birdsong app
From: Richard Jordan <>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 05:44:06 +0000
Hello everyone,

I notice that the Warblr app (for identifying about 200 UK birds) is now
available for download to Apple devices (apparently it will be a while
before it is available for Android). Sounds like something that is going to
really take off around the world over the next few years. Any news of a
potential Aussie developer? The complications - geographical variation,
background noise, mimicry etc etc - would seem to indicate it will be a
long time before any app can match the human ear. It could be handy for
beginners learning 'simple' calls, such as cuckoos. But it is amazing how
the improbable quickly becomes the possible in a field like this. Cheers,

Richard Jordan
PO Box 449
NSW 2454

02 6655 9456
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