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30 Aug 2022

Hi All,Gaelian has successfully deployed an important update to the NatureMapr mobile app and is its now available for download for both Apple and Android.Please make sure you update your app and are running the latest 4.1.1 version.CheersAaron....


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Latest discussion

michaelb wrote:
11 hrs ago
According to regular contributor Mike: "If you use your phone sideways (landscape) everything is fine."

App update available! V4.1.1
JaneR wrote:
2 Oct 2022
Hello,

The upside-down or weird orientation of uploaded photos is currently a problem for me, so I thought I set out the routine I have used since joining CNM in late 2018, and which has been OK until recently.
And yes - its a bit laborious ! (but suits me).
1. Take photos (using an iPhone mini 12).
2. Download from phone to a photo archive on my PC (Windows 10) to sort, ID and archive.
3. Upload pre-selected from PC to CNM via 'Add a sighting' using web of CNM (version of CNM unknown)

This process doesn't use the app, because I like to vet photos on a big screen and check for details.

Hopefully someone will have some insights or advice

App update available! V4.1.1
Liam.m wrote:
24 Sep 2022
Hi Daniel, there are no pied currawong in Tasmania, only Grey and Black. This is a Grey.

Strepera versicolor
Rixon wrote:
20 Sep 2022
@Birdy Thanks for that, I've added a second sighting and removed the Flame Robins from this one.

Petroica boodang
Birdy wrote:
20 Sep 2022
@Rixon images 1, 2 and 3 are Scarlet Robins, whilst images 4 and 5 are Flame Robins. Can you please add a separate sighting for Flame Robins soon?

Petroica boodang
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