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TCP Ports list 1.1
Duncan Watson
Listing of official and unofficial TCP and UDPport numbers in use for quick reference purposes. Similar to otherapps, but this interface is more modern (with ActionBar) and thefacility to search either by port number or a text search of thedescription field. Now has over 5,000 ports with briefdescriptions.
Life Balance time manager 1.0
Duncan Watson
This application helps you keep track of whereyou are spending your time on a weekly basis. Time is enteredagainst 22 pre-defined categories, and can be analyzed and graphedaccording to two well-known frameworks(Physical-Emotional-Mental-Spiritual orHealth-Family-Wealth-Leisure). Facilities are included to make thedata entry as quick and easy as possible, whilst still beingaccurate (time can be entered to the nearest minute). Pie chartdisplay of results. Weekly data can be saved.
Australian Bird Checklist demo 2.0
Duncan Watson
Australian Birding Checklist demoversionIf you find it useful, please consider upgrading to the fullversion.This is one of a series of Birding Checklist applications forAndroid mobile phones and tablets. There are applications forAustralia, New Zealand, United States (excluding Mexico and SouthAmerica), Western Palearctic (UK and Europe), Pacific Islands,South Africa, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia.PHOTOS & SOUNDS are downloaded separately, and must bemanually installed via your PC. Please check the Readme file atthis download website so you know how to do this. The photos andsounds are NOT included in the download package from the Androidmarket.Download website for Australian version:https://drivehq.com/folder/p8339000.aspxAustralia – 892 species and 431 subspeciesThese applications include basic bird identificationinformation, and are NOT intended to replace a field guide. It isexpected that users will have good familiarity with the birds theyare seeing, and will use this application for:a. Logging bird sightings (with GPS co-ordinates if your phone hasa GPS)b. Uploading your sightings to eBird (or similar PC or onlinerecording system)c. Maintaining your LifelistFull versions have the following features:- complete listing of all bird species and subspecies (whereknown)- searching and filtering of the bird list- statistics and record of your personal bird Lifelist- current tick list (birds you have seen today or during a shortfield trip)- quick lists for customised bird listings for locations yourfrequently visit- display of bird photos and bird calls on the SD card linked tothe application (these must be manually downloadedseparately)- logging facilities including GPS location (if your phone has aGPS)- export log file in eBird Import format for rapid loading of yoursightings to eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended text descriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external download site)- help information- play mp4 videos of birds stored in the photos folder on the SDcard- support for large screen 1280 x 800 tabletsDemo versions have reduced functionality:- cannot save sighting logs or statistics (lifelist saving is nowsupported)- will not display rangemaps or extended descriptions- do not display ticklists for regions- no GPS location display on Google maps- no alternate language support- no quicklists (custom filtering of bird lists for yourlocation)- no mp4 video supportYou can easily add your own resources files – the applicationplaces no restriction on this but very large numbers of photos(many thousands) may slow down the application.Please contact me if you have any comments or suggestions, orcorrections to the bird information.
Pacific Is Birding Checklist 1.0
Duncan Watson
Pacific Islands Birding Checklist PHOTOS & SOUNDS aredownloaded separately, and must be manually installed via your PC.Please check the Readme file at this download website so you knowhow to do this. The photos and sounds are NOT included in thedownload package from the Android market. It is recommended thatyou test the download and install process with a demo version ofanother checklist, then install this checklist when you haveconfirmed that everything is working correctly. If you still havedifficulties please check out the support website before emailingme: https://sites.google.com/site/birdingchecklists/ This is one ofa series of Birding Checklist applications for Android mobilephones and tablets. There are applications for Australia, NewZealand, United States (excluding Mexico and South America),Western Palearctic (UK and Europe), Middle East, the PacificIslands, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia. Pacific Is download website:https://drivehq.com/folder/p11767089.aspx The Pacific Islandsencompasses 25 regions/islands – 838 bird species. This checklistsupersedes the earlier Norfolk and Lord Howe Island checklist. BothNorfolk and Lord Howe Islands are included as regions in thischecklist (Norfolk Island is also included in the NZ checklist, andLord Howe in the Australian checklist), which also covers: AmericanSamoa; Cook Is; Easter Is; Fiji; French Polynesia; Guam; Kiribati;Lord Howe; Marianas; Marshall Is, Micronesia; Nauru; New Caledonia;Niue; Norfolk Is; Palau; Pitcairn Is; Solomons; Tokelau; Tonga;Tuvalu; Vanuatu; US Minor Outlying Islands (including Wake Is);Wallis & Futuna; Western Samoa. These applications includebasic bird identification information, and are NOT intended toreplace a field guide. It is expected that users will have goodfamiliarity with the birds they are seeing, and will use thisapplication for: a. Logging bird sightings (with GPS co-ordinatesif your phone has a GPS) b. Uploading your sightings to eBird (orsimilar PC or online recording system) c. Maintaining your LifelistFull versions have the following features: - complete listing ofall bird species and subspecies (where known) - searching andfiltering of the bird list - statistics and record of your personalbird Lifelist - current tick list (birds you have seen today orduring a short field trip) - quick lists for customised birdlistings for locations your frequently visit - display of birdphotos and bird calls on the SD card linked to the application(these must be manually downloaded separately) - logging facilitiesincluding GPS location (if your phone has a GPS) - export log filein eBird Import format for rapid loading of your sightings to eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended text descriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external download site) -help information - play mp4 videos of birds stored in the photosfolder on the SD card - support for large screen 1280 x 800 tablets- second language support for display of bird names only (notcurrently available for Pacific Is) You can easily add your ownresources files (photos, videos, bird calls, rangemaps and extendeddescriptions) – the application places no restriction on this butvery large numbers of photos (many thousands) may slow down theapplication. Please contact me if you have any comments orsuggestions, or corrections to the bird information. Please alsoget in contact if you are interested in helping create a newbirding checklist application for birds in your area.
Gurus, Deities & Enlightenment 1.0
Duncan Watson
For seekers on the path to enlightenment.Includes a listing of over 250 well known spiritual teachers andphilosophers from all eras, including living teachers, with a briefbiography for each and links to internet sources for more research.Also a dozen articles on spiritual topics such as meditation andenlightenment. Designed especially for easy use on 10" tabletscreens.
US Birding Checklist (demo) 2.0
Duncan Watson
US Birding Checklist demo versionIf you find it useful, please consider upgrading to the fullversion.This is one of a series of Birding Checklist applications forAndroid mobile phones and tablets. There are applications forAustralia, New Zealand, United States (excluding Mexico and SouthAmerica), Western Palearctic (UK and Europe), Pacific Islands,South Africa, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia.PHOTOS & SOUNDS are downloaded separately, and must bemanually installed via your PC. Please check the Readme file atthis download website so you know how to do this. The photos andsounds are NOT included in the download package from the Androidmarket.US download website:https://drivehq.com/folder/p8339014.aspxUS – 1040 species and 15 subspecies (does not include Mexico orCentral America)These applications include basic bird identificationinformation, and are NOT intended to replace a field guide. It isexpected that users will have good familiarity with the birds theyare seeing, and will use this application for:a. Logging bird sightings (with GPS co-ordinates if your phone hasa GPS)b. Uploading your sightings to eBird (or similar PC or onlinerecording system)c. Maintaining your LifelistFull versions have the following features:- complete listing of all bird species and subspecies (whereknown)- searching and filtering of the bird list- statistics and record of your personal bird Lifelist- current tick list (birds you have seen today or during a shortfield trip)- quick lists for customised bird listings for locations yourfrequently visit- display of bird photos and bird calls on the SD card linked tothe application (these must be manually downloadedseparately)- logging facilities including GPS location (if your phone has aGPS)- export log file in eBird Import format for rapid loading of yoursightings to eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended text descriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external download site)- help information- play mp4 videos of birds stored in the photos folder on the SDcard- support for large screen 1280 x 800 tabletsDemo versions have reduced functionality:- cannot save lifelist, sighting logs or statistics- will not display rangemaps or extended descriptions- do not display ticklists for regions- no GPS location display on Google maps- no alternate language support- no quicklists (custom filtering of bird lists for yourlocation)- no mp4 video supportYou can easily add your own resources files – the applicationplaces no restriction on this but very large numbers of photos(many thousands) may slow down the application.A fix has been rolled out to address the unusual situation PeterColen reported in his review, and this demo version now allowssaving of Lifelist data. It is always a good idea to back upimportant personal data from the phone SD card, just as you wouldmake backups on your PC.Please contact me if you have any comments or suggestions, orcorrections to the bird information. Please also get in contact ifyou are interested in helping create a new birding checklistapplication for birds in your area.
emf Spectrum 1.0
Duncan Watson
A simple scrollable and zoomable picture of the fullelectromagnetic (EMF) spectrum from 0 Hz to 10^25 Hz. For referencepurposes.
Duncan's Image Viewer 1.2
Duncan Watson
Another viewer for image files; the differencehere is that you previously select (catalog) the images you wantand view them from a quick selection list. The images can be fromany folder. Create a quick access list to images you viewfrequently, such as London tube map, passport or drivers license,bus timetable, etc.Supports jpg, gif, png and bmp formats (not TIFF). Images may berotated, moved and zoomed. The last position is remembered so thateach time you return to the catalogued image it is in the bestviewing position.Very large images are automatically down-sampled to avoid out ofmemory errors. Experimental support is included for viewing fileson external SD cards (where your device has both internal memoryand an external SD card) - works fine on Samsung S2 and S3 soplease let me know if it doesn't work on your device.Tablets are supported.
File Extensions list 1.0
Duncan Watson
A reference list of over 9,200 fileextensionswith brief details of what the file is used for or theapplicationthat opens it. Can search and filter by file type,extension, orfile description. Alphabetic quick jump feature. NOADVERTS!
Bird Family ticklist 1.6
Duncan Watson
For bird family tickers, and a world species checklist. Based onIOC 7.3 with 240 bird families and 10,852 bird species. Tick thebirds and bird families you have seen with instant statisticsdisplay, or save the listing to a file on the SD card. For users ofthe Birding Checklist applications (WP, US, Australian, NZ,Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia, Pacific Is and South Africa) there is animport facility which will read your lifelist and tick the speciesaccordingly. (Demo/trial version of this app has now been retired).
Australian Birding Checklist 2.3
Duncan Watson
Australian Birding Checklist full version This is one of a seriesof Birding Checklist applications for Android mobile phones andtablets. There are applications for Australia, New Zealand, UnitedStates (excluding Mexico and South America), Western Palearctic (UKand Europe), the Middle East, Pacific Islands, South Africa, MiddleEast and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia. PHOTOS & SOUNDS are downloadedseparately, and must be manually installed via your PC. Pleasecheck the Readme file at this download website so you know how todo this. The photos and sounds are NOT included in the downloadpackage from the Android market. It is recommended that you testthe download and install process with the demo version first, thenupgrade to the full version when you have confirmed that it isworking. *** If you have problems please email me (contact detailsin the About window of the application). I am unable to respond toquestions in the market review comments. Download website forAustralian version: https://drivehq.com/folder/p8339000.aspxAustralia (includes Lord Howe, Norfolk Is, Macquarie and ChristmasIs) – 892 species and 431 subspecies These applications includebasic bird identification information, and are NOT intended toreplace a field guide. It is expected that users will have goodfamiliarity with the birds they are seeing, and will use thisapplication for: a. Logging bird sightings (with GPS co-ordinatesif your phone has a GPS) b. Uploading your sightings to eBird (orsimilar PC or online recording system) c. Maintaining your LifelistFull versions have the following features: - complete listing ofall bird species and subspecies (where known) - searching andfiltering of the bird list - statistics and record of your personalbird Lifelist - current tick list (birds you have seen today orduring a short field trip) - quick lists for customised birdlistings for locations your frequently visit - display of birdphotos and bird calls on the SD card linked to the application(these must be manually downloaded separately) - logging facilitiesincluding GPS location (if your phone has a GPS) - export log filein eBird Import format for rapid loading of your sightings to eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended text descriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external download site) -help information - play mp4 videos of birds stored in the photosfolder on the SD card - support for large screen 1280 x 800 tabletsDemo versions have reduced functionality: - cannot save lifelist,sighting logs or statistics - will not display rangemaps orextended descriptions - do not display ticklists for regions - noGPS location display on Google maps - no alternate language support- no quicklists (custom filtering of bird lists for your location)- no mp4 video support You can easily add your own resources files– the application places no restriction on this but very largenumbers of photos (many thousands) may slow down the application.Please contact me if you have any comments or suggestions, orcorrections to the bird information. Please also get in contact ifyou are interested in helping create a new birding checklistapplication for birds in your area.
UK/WP Birding Checklist (demo) 2.0
Duncan Watson
UK & WP/Europe Birding ChecklistdemoversionIf you find it useful, please consider upgrading to thefullversion.This is one of a series of Birding Checklist applicationsforAndroid mobile phones and tablets. There are applicationsforAustralia, New Zealand, United States (excluding Mexico andSouthAmerica), Western Palearctic (UK and Europe), PacificIslands,South Africa, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia.PHOTOS & SOUNDS are downloaded separately, and mustbemanually installed via your PC. Please check the Readme fileatthis download website so you know how to do this. The photosandsounds are NOT included in the download package from theAndroidmarket.Please see supportwebsitehttps://sites.google.com/site/birdingchecklists/ if youhavedifficulties downloading and installing the photos andsounds.WP/UK download website:https://drivehq.com/folder/p8404317.aspxWestern Palearctic (includes UK) – 924 species and1188subspeciesThese applications include basic bird identificationinformation,and are NOT intended to replace a field guide. It isexpected thatusers will have good familiarity with the birds theyare seeing, andwill use this application for:a. Logging bird sightings (with GPS co-ordinates if your phone hasaGPS)b. Uploading your sightings to eBird (or similar PC oronlinerecording system)c. Maintaining your LifelistFull versions have the following features:- complete listing of all bird species and subspecies(whereknown)- searching and filtering of the bird list- statistics and record of your personal bird Lifelist- current tick list (birds you have seen today or during ashortfield trip)- quick lists for customised bird listings for locationsyourfrequently visit- display of bird photos and bird calls on the SD card linked totheapplication (these must be manually downloadedseparately)- logging facilities including GPS location (if your phone hasaGPS)- export log file in eBird Import format for rapid loading ofyoursightings to eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended textdescriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external downloadsite)- help information- play mp4 videos of birds stored in the photos folder on theSDcard- support for large screen 1280 x 800 tabletsDemo versions have reduced functionality:- cannot save sighting logs or statistics- will not display rangemaps or extended descriptions- do not display ticklists for regions- no GPS location display on Google maps- no alternate language support- no quicklists (custom filtering of bird lists foryourlocation)- no mp4 video supportYou can easily add your own resources files – theapplicationplaces no restriction on this but very large numbers ofphotos(many thousands) may slow down the application.Please contact me if you have any comments or suggestions,orcorrections to the bird information. Please also get in contactifyou are interested in helping create a new birdingchecklistapplication for birds in your area.
Singapore Birding Checklist 1.0
Duncan Watson
Singapore Birding Checklist (free version) This is one of aseriesof Birding Checklist applications for Android mobile phonesandtablets. There are applications for Australia, New Zealand,UnitedStates (excluding Mexico and South America), WesternPalearctic (UKand Europe), the Middle East, Pacific Islands, SouthAfrica, andEcuador/Peru/Bolivia. PHOTOS & SOUNDS aredownloadedseparately, and must be manually installed via your PC.Pleasecheck the Readme file at this download website so you knowhow todo this. The photos and sounds are NOT included in thedownloadpackage from the Android market. *** If you are havingproblemsplease email me (contact details in the About window intheapplication). Singapore Downloadwebsite:https://www.drivehq.com/folder/p13823080.aspx Thisapplication isjust for Singapore, and has 401 species (followingIOC 7.3). Theseapplications include basic bird identificationinformation, and areNOT intended to replace a field guide. It isexpected that userswill have good familiarity with the birds theyare seeing, and willuse this application for: a. Logging birdsightings (with GPSco-ordinates if your phone has a GPS) b.Uploading your sightingsto eBird (or similar PC or online recordingsystem) c. Maintainingyour Lifelist This version has the followingfeatures: - completelisting of all bird species and subspecies(where known) -searching and filtering of the bird list -statistics and record ofyour personal bird Lifelist - current ticklist (birds you haveseen today or during a short field trip) -quick lists forcustomised bird listings for locations yourfrequently visit -display of bird photos and bird calls on the SDcard linked to theapplication (these must be manually downloadedseparately) -logging facilities including GPS location (if yourphone has a GPS)- export log file in eBird Import format for rapidloading of yoursightings to eBird - optional downloadable Rangemapsand extendedtext descriptions (incomplete but growing collection onexternaldownload site) - help information - play mp4 videos ofbirds storedin the photos folder on the SD card - support for largescreen 1280x 800 tablets You can easily add your own resourcesfiles – theapplication places no restriction on this but very largenumbers ofphotos (many thousands) may slow down the application.Pleasecontact me if you have any comments or suggestions, orcorrectionsto the bird information.
Middle East Birding Checklist 1.0
Duncan Watson
Middle East Birding Checklist PHOTOS & SOUNDS aredownloadedseparately, and must be manually installed via your PC.Pleasecheck the Readme file at this download website so you knowhow todo this. The photos and sounds are NOT included in thedownloadpackage from the Android market. It is recommended that youtestthe download and install process with a demo version ofanotherchecklist, then install this checklist when you haveconfirmed thateverything is working correctly. If you still havedifficultiesplease check out the support website before emailingme:https://sites.google.com/site/birdingchecklists/ This is one ofaseries of Birding Checklist applications for Android mobilephonesand tablets. There are applications for Australia, NewZealand,United States, Western Palearctic (UK and Europe), SouthAfrica,the Pacific Islands, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia. Middle Eastphotosand bird calls downloadwebsite:https://drivehq.com/folder/p13803291.aspx The Middle Eastchecklistcovers United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt,Israel, Iraq,Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar,SaudiArabia, Syria, Turkey and Yemen. There is a total of 889species,and you can record the species you have seen for each ofthe 17countries in the Middle East by country. These applicationsincludebasic bird identification information, and are NOT intendedtoreplace a field guide. It is expected that users will havegoodfamiliarity with the birds they are seeing, and will usethisapplication for: a. Logging bird sightings (with GPSco-ordinatesif your phone has a GPS) b. Uploading your sightings toeBird (orsimilar PC or online recording system) c. Maintaining yourLifelistThe application includes the following features: - acompletelisting of all bird species based on IOC 7.3 - searchingandfiltering of the bird list - statistics and record of yourpersonalbird Lifelist - current tick list (birds you have seentoday orduring a short field trip) - quick lists for customisedbirdlistings for locations your frequently visit (available forUAE) -display of bird photos and bird calls on the SD card linkedto theapplication (these must be manually downloaded separately)-logging facilities including GPS location (if your phone has aGPS)- export log file in eBird Import format for rapid loading ofyoursightings to eBird - optional downloadable Rangemaps andextendedtext descriptions (incomplete but growing collection onexternaldownload site) - help information - play mp4 videos ofbirds storedin the photos folder on the SD card - support for largescreen 1280x 800 tablets - second language support for display ofbird namesonly (none currently available for the Middle East, butcan becreated as required) You can easily add your own resourcesfiles(photos, videos, bird calls, rangemaps and extendeddescriptions) –the application places no restriction on this butvery largenumbers of photos (many thousands) may slow down theapplication.
Country ticklist 1.1
Duncan Watson
Where have you been? This application provides brief informationfor292 countries, territories and islands (all the countries oftheworld). This includes capital, population, area, language,currency,time zone, dialing code and electricity details. It alsoincludesover 550 sites that you may visit (13 categories -buildings,deserts, oceans, wonders of the world, US states, etc).Tick theplaces you have visited, and review the statistics. Pleasecontactme if you wish to have sites added!
Hex Converter Plus 2.0
Duncan Watson
Primarily for converting between number bases, but also withsimplecalculator functions and the advantage of showingsimultaneouslythe same number in Decimal, Octal, Hex, Binary andASCII. Optionalbase 3-9 capability (replaces octal). Mostcalculators display onlya single row of digits - this one displaysfive lines at once.63-bit capability. Calculator functions AND, OR,XOR, NOT and Shiftincluded. Copy and paste to clipboard. It isdesigned for thebuttons to be pressed on the screen - you can't usea hardwarekeyboard. Android 4.03+. Screens normal or larger (doesnot supportsmall screens). Full functionality both portrait andlandscape onlarge screen tablet devices. Now also displays ASCII.
Led Zeppelin Bootlegs 1.5
Duncan Watson
Central 209 contains information on Led Zeppelin live shows andliverecordings (also called bootlegs)? ** IMPORTANT UPDATE – dueto newsecurity changes being implemented by Google, I will nolonger beable to support updates to this application from Android11 which ismandatory for publishing changes from in 2H21. Sorryfolks, there isno simple fix; the application will need to berewritten. I willkeep it on the Google Play store for as long aspossible, but it isnow sunset, and I do not currently have anyplans for a replacement.** This application contains live showinformation covering 50years, from the Yardbirds in 1963 to RobertPlant and the Band ofJoy in 2011. Designed as a quick referencesource for mobile use, itprovides show dates and locations inchronological order - withsetlist (songs/tracks) where known.Icons show if audio or video isknown to exist, and bootleg titlesare listed if they are known toexist. In total there are about2,564 show dates, and over 6000bootleg titles (3000 of which arefor Led Zeppelin). The informationhas been collated from manysources over many years. It isn'tcomplete or 100% accurate, butprobably better than you'll findanywhere else. There isn't enoughspace for show and bootlegreviews, nor is there a track listingfor each bootleg but it doeslist multiple show dates where arecording is a compilation fromseveral shows. In this full versionyou have the ability to flag thedates for which you haverecordings, and the bootleg titles you own.You can save the showsyou have to a text file. This is a referencesource about liverecordings and bootlegs known to exist, but theapplication DOESNOT INCLUDE any bootleg recordings. There is also atrial version(similar name, demo version) if you wish to test withreducedfunctionality before you buy.
Ecuador Peru Bolivia Checklist 2.1
Duncan Watson
Ecuador-Peru-Bolivia Birding Checklist demo version This is one ofaseries of Birding Checklist applications for Android mobilephonesand tablets. There are applications for Australia, NewZealand,United States (excluding Mexico and South America),WesternPalearctic (UK and Europe), Pacific Islands, South Africa,andEcuador/Peru/Bolivia. ** IMPORTANT UPDATE - these applicationswerefirst developed 10 years ago for Android 2.1. Over the yearsGooglehas made changes, and from Android 11 which will bemandatory in2H21, I will no longer be able to publish updates orsupport theseapplications. Sorry folks, there is no simple fix tomeet Google'snew security requirements; the Birding Checklistswill need to berewritten. I will keep them on the Google Playstore for as long aspossible, but they are now in sunset and donot currently have anyplans for a replacement. ** PHOTOS &SOUNDS are downloadedseparately, and must be manually installedvia your PC. Please checkthe Readme file at this download websiteso you know how to do this.The photos and sounds are NOT includedin the download package fromthe Android market. Although this isstill a Demo version there isfull functionality pending completionof information and resourcefiles for all species. There iscurrently a good collection (868photos, 468 sound files) for thebirds of North Peru, plus QuickLists for that region. EPB downloadwebsite:https://drivehq.com/folder/p9274039.aspx Ecuador 1615species, Peru1752 species, Bolivia 1386 species, Galapagos 157species Theseapplications include basic bird identificationinformation, and areNOT intended to replace a field guide. It isexpected that userswill have good familiarity with the birds theyare seeing, and willuse this application for: a. Logging birdsightings (with GPSco-ordinates if your phone has a GPS) b.Uploading your sightings toeBird (or similar PC or onlinerecording system) c. Maintaining yourLifelist Full versions havethe following features: - completelisting of all bird species andsubspecies (where known) - searchingand filtering of the bird list- statistics and record of yourpersonal bird Lifelist - currenttick list (birds you have seentoday or during a short field trip)- quick lists for customisedbird listings for locations yourfrequently visit - display of birdphotos and bird calls on the SDcard linked to the application(these must be manually downloadedseparately) - logging facilitiesincluding GPS location (if yourphone has a GPS) - export log filein eBird Import format for rapidloading of your sightings to eBird- optional downloadableRangemaps and extended text descriptions(incomplete but growingcollection on external download site) - helpinformation - play mp4videos of birds stored in the photos folderon the SD card -support for large screen 1280 x 800 tablets Demoversions havereduced functionality: - cannot save lifelist,sighting logs orstatistics - will not display rangemaps or extendeddescriptions -do not display ticklists for regions - no GPSlocation display onGoogle maps - no alternate language support - noquicklists (customfiltering of bird lists for your location) - nomp4 video supportYou can easily add your own resources files – theapplicationplaces no restriction on this but very large numbers ofphotos(many thousands) may slow down the application. Pleasecontact meif you have any comments or suggestions, or correctionsto the birdinformation. Please also get in contact if you areinterested inhelping create a new birding checklist application forbirds inyour area.
WP & UK Birding Checklist 2.3
Duncan Watson
WP Birding Checklist full version (includes UK and Europe)PHOTOS& SOUNDS are downloaded separately, and must bemanuallyinstalled via your PC. Please check the Readme file atthisdownload website so you know how to do this. The photos andsoundsare NOT included in the download package from the Androidmarket.It is recommended that you test the download and installprocesswith the demo version first, then upgrade to the fullversion whenyou have confirmed that it is working. ** IMPORTANTUPDATE - theseapplications were first developed 10 years ago forAndroid 2.1.Over the years Google has made changes, and fromAndroid 11 whichwill be mandatory in 2H21, I will no longer be ableto publishupdates or support these applications. Sorry folks, thereis nosimple fix to meet Google's new security requirements; theBirdingChecklists will need to be rewritten. I will keep them ontheGoogle Play store for as long as possible, but they are nowinsunset and do not currently have any plans for a replacement. **Ifyou still have difficulties please check out the supportwebsitebefore emailingme:https://sites.google.com/site/birdingchecklists/ This is one ofaseries of Birding Checklist applications for Android mobilephonesand tablets. There are applications for Australia, NewZealand,United States (excluding Mexico and South America),WesternPalearctic (UK and Europe), the Middle East, PacificIslands, SouthAfrica, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia. WP Downloadwebsite:https://drivehq.com/folder/p8404317.aspx WesternPalearctic(includes UK) – 924 species and 1188 subspecies Theseapplicationsinclude basic bird identification information, and areNOT intendedto replace a field guide. It is expected that userswill have goodfamiliarity with the birds they are seeing, and willuse thisapplication for: a. Logging bird sightings (with GPSco-ordinatesif your phone has a GPS) b. Uploading your sightings toeBird (orsimilar PC or online recording system) c. Maintaining yourLifelistFull versions have the following features: - completelisting ofall bird species and subspecies (where known) - searchingandfiltering of the bird list - statistics and record of yourpersonalbird Lifelist - current tick list (birds you have seentoday orduring a short field trip) - quick lists for customisedbirdlistings for locations your frequently visit - display ofbirdphotos and bird calls on the SD card linked to theapplication(these must be manually downloaded separately) - loggingfacilitiesincluding GPS location (if your phone has a GPS) - exportlog filein eBird Import format for rapid loading of your sightingsto eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended textdescriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external downloadsite) -help information - play mp4 videos of birds stored in thephotosfolder on the SD card - support for large screen 1280 x 800tablets- second language support for display of bird names only.You candownload language files for: Catalan, Danish, French,Hebrew,Italian, Slovakian, Spanish, Swedish Demo versions havereducedfunctionality: - cannot save lifelist, sighting logs orstatistics- will not display rangemaps or extended descriptions -do notdisplay ticklists for regions - no GPS location display onGooglemaps - no alternate language support - no quicklists(customfiltering of bird lists for your location) - no mp4 videosupportYou can easily add your own resources files – theapplicationplaces no restriction on this but very large numbers ofphotos(many thousands) may slow down the application. Pleasecontact meif you have any comments or suggestions, or correctionsto the birdinformation. Please also get in contact if you areinterested inhelping create a new birding checklist application forbirds inyour area.
NZ Birding Checklist 2.3
Duncan Watson
NZ Birding Checklist full version This is one of a series ofBirdingChecklist applications for Android mobile phones andtablets. Thereare applications for Australia, New Zealand, UnitedStates(excluding Mexico and South America), Western Palearctic (UKandEurope), the Middle East, Pacific Islands, South Africa,andEcuador/Peru/Bolivia. ** IMPORTANT UPDATE - these applicationswerefirst developed 10 years ago for Android 2.1. Over the yearsGooglehas made changes, and from Android 11 which will be mandatoryin2H21, I will no longer be able to publish updates or supporttheseapplications. Sorry folks, there is no simple fix to meetGoogle'snew security requirements; the Birding Checklists will needto berewritten. I will keep them on the Google Play store for aslong aspossible, but they are now in sunset and do not currentlyhave anyplans for a replacement. ** PHOTOS & SOUNDS aredownloadedseparately, and must be manually installed via your PC.Pleasecheck the Readme file at this download website so you knowhow todo this. The photos and sounds are NOT included in thedownloadpackage from the Android market. It is recommended that youtestthe download and install process with the demo version first,thenupgrade to the full version when you have confirmed that itisworking. *** If you are having problems please email me(contactdetails in the About window in the application). I amunable torespond to comments or questions in the market reviews. NZDownloadwebsite: https://drivehq.com/folder/p8328472.aspx NZ andNorfolkIsland – 396 species and 67 subspecies These applicationsincludebasic bird identification information, and are NOT intendedtoreplace a field guide. It is expected that users will havegoodfamiliarity with the birds they are seeing, and will usethisapplication for: a. Logging bird sightings (with GPSco-ordinatesif your phone has a GPS) b. Uploading your sightings toeBird (orsimilar PC or online recording system) c. Maintaining yourLifelistFull versions have the following features: - completelisting ofall bird species and subspecies (where known) - searchingandfiltering of the bird list - statistics and record of yourpersonalbird Lifelist - current tick list (birds you have seentoday orduring a short field trip) - quick lists for customisedbirdlistings for locations your frequently visit - display ofbirdphotos and bird calls on the SD card linked to theapplication(these must be manually downloaded separately) - loggingfacilitiesincluding GPS location (if your phone has a GPS) - exportlog filein eBird Import format for rapid loading of your sightingsto eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended textdescriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external downloadsite) -help information - play mp4 videos of birds stored in thephotosfolder on the SD card - support for large screen 1280 x 800tabletsDemo versions have reduced functionality (there is no longera demoversion of the NZ Birding Checklist: - cannot savelifelist,sighting logs or statistics - will not display rangemapsorextended descriptions - do not display ticklists for regions -noGPS location display on Google maps - no alternate languagesupport- no quicklists (custom filtering of bird lists for yourlocation)- no mp4 video support You can easily add your ownresources files– the application places no restriction on this butvery largenumbers of photos (many thousands) may slow down theapplication.Please contact me if you have any comments orsuggestions, orcorrections to the bird information.
US Birding Checklist 2.3
Duncan Watson
US Birding Checklist full version This is one of a series ofBirdingChecklist applications for Android mobile phones andtablets. Thereare applications for Australia, New Zealand, UnitedStates(excluding Mexico and South America), Western Palearctic (UKandEurope), the Middle East, Pacific Islands, South Africa,andEcuador/Peru/Bolivia. ** IMPORTANT UPDATE - these applicationswerefirst developed 10 years ago for Android 2.1. Over the yearsGooglehas made changes, and from Android 11 which will be mandatoryin2H21, I will no longer be able to publish updates or supporttheseapplications. Sorry folks, there is no simple fix to meetGoogle'snew security requirements; the Birding Checklists will needto berewritten. I will keep them on the Google Play store for aslong aspossible, but they are now in sunset and do not currentlyhave anyplans for a replacement. ** PHOTOS & SOUNDS aredownloadedseparately, and must be manually installed via your PC.Pleasecheck the Readme file at this download website so you knowhow todo this. The photos and sounds are NOT included in thedownloadpackage from the Android market. It is recommended that youtestthe download and install process with the demo version first,thenupgrade to the full version when you have confirmed that itisworking. *** If you still have difficulties, email me (mycontactdetails are in the About window in the application). Ican'trespond to comments or questions in the review area. USdownloadwebsite: https://drivehq.com/folder/p8339014.aspx US – 1040speciesand 15 subspecies (does not include Mexico or CentralAmerica)These applications include basic bird identificationinformation,and are NOT intended to replace a field guide. It isexpected thatusers will have good familiarity with the birds theyare seeing,and will use this application for: a. Logging birdsightings (withGPS co-ordinates if your phone has a GPS) b.Uploading yoursightings to eBird (or similar PC or online recordingsystem) c.Maintaining your Lifelist Full versions have thefollowingfeatures: - complete listing of all bird species andsubspecies(where known) - searching and filtering of the bird list-statistics and record of your personal bird Lifelist - currentticklist (birds you have seen today or during a short field trip)-quick lists for customised bird listings for locationsyourfrequently visit - display of bird photos and bird calls on theSDcard linked to the application (these must be manuallydownloadedseparately) - logging facilities including GPS location(if yourphone has a GPS) - export log file in eBird Import formatfor rapidloading of your sightings to eBird - optionaldownloadableRangemaps and extended text descriptions (incompletebut growingcollection on external download site) - help information- play mp4videos of birds stored in the photos folder on the SDcard -support for large screen 1280 x 800 tablets Demo versionshavereduced functionality: - cannot save lifelist, sighting logsorstatistics - will not display rangemaps or extended descriptions-do not display ticklists for regions - no GPS location displayonGoogle maps - no alternate language support - no quicklists(customfiltering of bird lists for your location) - no mp4 videosupportYou can easily add your own resources files – theapplicationplaces no restriction on this but very large numbers ofphotos(many thousands) may slow down the application. Pleasecontact meif you have any comments or suggestions, or correctionsto the birdinformation. Please also get in contact if you areinterested inhelping create a new birding checklist application forbirds inyour area.
South Africa Birding Checklist 2.3
Duncan Watson
SA Birding Checklist full version. PHOTOS & SOUNDSaredownloaded separately, and must be manually installed via yourPC.Please check the Readme file at the download website and ensureyouknow how to do this. The photos and sounds are NOT included inthedownload package from this Google Play store. (Almost full setofphotos available; bird calls and rangemaps are less complete atthemoment). If you have difficulties please email me (mycontactdetails are in the About window in the application). This isone ofa series of Birding Checklist applications for Androidmobilephones and tablets. There are applications for Australia,NewZealand, United States (excluding Mexico and SouthAmerica),Western Palearctic (UK and Europe), the Middle East,PacificIslands, South Africa, and Ecuador/Peru/Bolivia. **IMPORTANTUPDATE - these applications were first developed 10 yearsago forAndroid 2.1. Over the years Google has made changes, andfromAndroid 11 which will be mandatory in 2H21, I will no longerbeable to publish updates or support these applications. Sorryfolks,there is no simple fix to meet Google's new securityrequirements;the Birding Checklists will need to be rewritten. Iwill keep themon the Google Play store for as long as possible, butthey are nowin sunset and do not currently have any plans for areplacement. **SA Checklist downloadwebsite:https://drivehq.com/folder/p10496876.aspx The SouthAfricanchecklist covers the birds of South Africa, Namibia,Botswana,Zimbabwe and Mozambique (just over 1000 species total).Both "old"and "new" bird names are displayed. These applicationsincludebasic bird identification information, and are NOT intendedtoreplace a field guide. It is expected that users will havegoodfamiliarity with the birds they are seeing, and will usethisapplication for: a. Logging bird sightings (with GPSco-ordinatesif your phone has a GPS) b. Uploading your sightings toeBird (orsimilar PC or online recording system) c. Maintaining yourLifelistThe full versions have the following features: - completelistingof all bird species and subspecies (where known) - searchingandfiltering of the bird list - statistics and record of yourpersonalbird Lifelist - current tick list (birds you have seentoday orduring a short field trip) - quick lists for customisedbirdlistings for locations your frequently visit - display ofbirdphotos and bird calls on the SD card linked to theapplication(these must be manually downloaded separately) - loggingfacilitiesincluding GPS location (if your phone has a GPS) - exportlog filein eBird Import format for rapid loading of your sightingsto eBird- optional downloadable Rangemaps and extended textdescriptions(incomplete but growing collection on external downloadsite) -help information - play mp4 videos of birds stored in thephotosfolder on the SD card - support for large screen 1280 x 800tabletsThe demo versions have reduced functionality (there is nodemoversion for South Africa): - cannot save lifelist, sightinglogs orstatistics - will not display rangemaps or extendeddescriptions -do not display ticklists for regions - no GPSlocation display onGoogle maps - no alternate language support - noquicklists (customfiltering of bird lists for your location) - nomp4 video supportYou can easily add your own resources files (birdphotos, videosand calls) – the application places no restriction onthis butholding very large numbers of photos (many thousands) mayslow downthe application. Please contact me if you have anycomments orsuggestions, or corrections to the bird information.