FlowerPedia 1.2 - New version of Definitive Flower App by Muli Mobile

July 16, 2009 in Reference (E)

[prMac.com] Auckland, New Zealand - Muli Mobile today released FlowerPedia 1.2, a new version of its popular flower gallery and encyclopedia for the iPhone. The new release focuses on improving the overall user experience with a simplified user interface, improved comprehensive flower search, improved flower photo gallery and more flower photos.

"FlowerPedia has had an amazing response from the community" - said Alexey Kojevnikov, creative director of Muli Mobile. "Since the release of 1.0, our inbox has been filled with tips and suggestions from gardeners, florists, flower enthusiasts and casual users. We obviously struck a chord with the community, so we listened in detail, and implemented an on-going strategy for improvement and adding new features."

FlowerPedia version 1.2 contains the following improvements over its maiden release:

* Redesigned user interface, featuring navigational tabs
* Search results show both common and Latin names
* Two new flower genera and 82 more photos of flowers
* Each genus now features a list of species related to it
* Improved search now covers common and Latin names of species and genera

Indulge Your Senses And Your Intellect
FlowerPedia is a portable flower encyclopedia, identification tool and photo gallery, featuring over 1500 high-resolution photos of flowers, organised by flower family, genus and photo rating. FlowerPedia's Help section explains the fundamentals of flower structure to enable even the most casual users to identify unknown flowers with the "Identify" feature.

Minimum Requirements:
iPhone or iPod touch 2.2 or later

Pricing and Availability:
FlowerPedia 1.2 is available now on the iTunes App Store for $4.99 (USD).

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