There are also several apps available for both Apple and Android. Video reviews of these and other apps will be posted at the bottom of this page. New reviews are posted weekly. Check back! For more videos, check out my YouTube channel.
iBird Pro, an outstanding, easy-to-use field guide app that contains multiple of photos of each bird, range maps and calls.
BirdBeat, a drawing app for birders (serious bird watchers) that is a welcome accompaniment to any field notebook.
Audubon Birds, a field guide app with outstanding bird calls.
Bird Q&A, an educational app designed to teach you about birds from nesting to migration.
Bird Codes, an app that helps you learn the four-letter acronyms for bird species.
Refuge Birds, an app that includes the bird lists for the national wildlife refuges.
Sibley Lite, an app that is based on the Sibley Field Guide.
Chirp! Bird Songs USA, an app that teaches you bird songs.
National Geographic Birds Lite, a field guide app with amazing search features.
BirdLog North America, an app that allows you to report bird sightings.
BirdsEye, an app that helps you find the birds you're looking for.
BirdTunes, an app featuring sound recordings of over 670 birds and incredible photography.
Birdwatcher's Diary, an app that allows you to keep track of the birds that you've seen.
iKnowBirdSongs, an app that allows you to decide which bird songs you want to learn.
Scott's Bird ID, a simple app that is very user-friendly.
NatureTap, an app that is somewhat like a field guide app, but includes quizzes and a puzzle.
Lifebirds, a field notebook app that includes birds from all over the world.
Twitch birdJam, an app that helps you learn to identify birds even when you can't see the whole bird.
BirdMatching, an app that is a game, but still teaches you some of the birds of North America.
Bird Bonanza, an app that teaches you in an entertaining way which seeds different birds eat.
Merlin Bird ID, an app which is very helpful when you are trying to identify a common bird.
3D Photo Cube Live Wallpaper, an app that can only be found on Android and will display your favorite pictures.
Landscape, an app that helps you find native plants to landscape your yard with and replace the invasive plants.
"BirdSnap," an app that lets you upload pictures of birds and identifies them for you.
"Birds Near Me," and app that lets you see what birds have been spotted in your area.
"Birdary Free", an app that may be entertaining to children, but it's not for birders.
"Bird Jar", a listing app with birds from all around the world.
"Kea: Learn Birds Through Play", an app that helps you learn to identify birds through entertaining games.