In the past few months, we have been covering plenty of educational apps for iPhone. No matter what you are interested in learning about, chances are there is an app for you on the App Store. The below mushroom apps for iOS can teach you a thing or two about mushrooms and show you ways to identify them:
Wild Mushrooms of North America: does not require an Internet connection to work. It covers over 1500 mushrooms with their names, synonyms, and more information. Over 2600 photographs are included.
Mushrooms – Great Encyclopedia of Fungi: covers 150+ different species of fungi with 800 photos and illustrations. This tool helps you avoid poisonous mushrooms. It is Twitter and Facebook friendly and supports AirPrinting.
Audubon Mushrooms: another superb mushroom application covering North American mushrooms and other fungi. It covers 570 common species of mushrooms. It lets you search through its database by various criteria.
Mushrooms PRO: covers 300 species with 2000 images and 3 identification functions. It lets you search through its database by size, color, taste, type, family, effects, and other factors.
iMushroom Hunter: not just for mushroom hunters, this app shows beginners how to recognize mushrooms and avoid poisonous ones. It has a GPS locator too.
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