Bigfoot

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  1. The Save Search is available on Apple devices, and will be added to Android Apps in some future release, but again, I am not advised of any planning release date. Thanks for your report/requests, they do get looked at and this will be forwarded to the programmers. Bigfoot
  2. Our intensions are to make Android Apps the same as we have available for Apple Apps, so yes, but I do not have a target date/planning date of the release, so it will probably be quite some time yet. Bigfoot
  3. Oscar iBird Apps now use iCloud as a backup, as Dropbox now does not offer the services needed for iBird, access to more than one user/device. We did not delete any files in Dropbox so if your Favorites and Notes are still in, or if Dropbox was current with your data, you may open Dropbox, copy the files in the Folders and paste them to the corresponding folders in iCloud. This will effectively complete the migration of your data from Dropbox to iCloud. The folder names are not exactly the same but you can figure out the correctly folders to paste your files. Bigfoot
  4. If you click on the photo, it will show the full size of the photo. Bigfoot
  5. The African Silverbill is listed in the iBird Hawaii App. The listings for Hawaii are not complete in the iBird Pro or Ultimate Apps. For the iBird Hawaii App there are 228 species in the database, also there are birds from the island country of Palau, with 169 birds. This App can be available by purchasing the iBird Bundle, which includes iBird Ultimate, iBird Journal and iBird Hawaii, all for the same price of the price of iBird Ultimate. Bundle link. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app-bundle/the-ultimate-birder/id987560505?mt=8 Bigfoot
  6. If you tap "Show Advanced Form" you may add all the notes that you want to add. This is available for each bird. Bigfoot
  7. Karynl Waite's Guide has a fatal flaw, and has been removed from the App Store. I can offer you a copy of iBird Ultimate (with all the features of Waite's Guide) to cover your lost App. I will send you the information via private email. Bigfoot
  8. Ranger We prefer that you do not remove photos, as it makes the thread not read well after the photos are removed, remote posting can remove this problem, but you have more space for posting at this time. BF
  9. Robshu Please hold your finger on the marker on Cupertino and move it somewhere else, or type in a new address. This will move the marker from the initial spot and probably stop the problem. You may also use the target at the lower left of the BAM Map, this should move the marker to your current location, using GPS. Bigfoot
  10. Wow A whole page of Young Birder posts about birds. Thanks for keeping politics out of the discussions. Bigfoot
  11. Is there a summary of the search results posted? How many birds did we get for 2016 and did we do better than in 2015? Maybe it is here but I did not see a summary. Bigfoot
  12. I'm going to PIN this Topic so comments and information posted here is easier to find. BF
  13. Thanks Cris for your effort, time and dedication to help out in the Forums and make/create the reporting of the Whatbird Bird Year/s Only you know the time it takes to do these Forums, and I take the time to thank and you and any others publicly that have helped for your assistance here. I believe that the other members reporting to this Forum thank you as well. Well Done!!! Bigfoot
  14. Photo was taken in Seattle and the Birder thinks this is like a Junco. Leucistic?