There has been an application that may not be popular yet, but is notable for its function to identify birds by their chirping. This app is called Warblr, an app for iOS lovers and fans of ornithology grateful to making your mobile phone a birdsong identifier.
If can apps identify songs, why not birds?
Which will probably sound more like Shazam, a popular app that has managed to establish itself as the quintessential songs hunter and actually seen in many commercials. And that is precisely the purpose of Warblr because it works the same way (albeit with birds)putting our smartphone to capture the sound from the birds.
The app was launched in August this year for IOS, the result of a project at Queen Mary University of London with Dr. Dan Stowell and Florence Wilkinson. The app uses an algorithm that is specifically designed to decode the twitter, can identify up to 240 species. Thus, when trying to identify a song likely to be one species or another is shown.
And why not more?
As mentioned, Warblr have a similar way of working like Shazam. App which currently have other options like SoundHound or a service that is part of another app as in the case of Google Play Music (Android version) or musiXmatch, a catalog of lyrics.
But besides sounds there are other things we want to determine. If we started talking about a bird identifier, and previously was the turn of other living beings who are born and grow with the mute position “plants”. And to identify them we can use Plantnet, an app that has a database of up to 3,700 species.
We may need it to identify living beings or sounds, specifically in relation to colors. To identify there are numerous apps that give us the name and color reference we want to identify the point it in the camera as Swatchmatic What color Android or iOS. Apps typically focused on satisfying the needs in some labor areas or for any pathology of vision.
In our daily activity usually we may have come across the situation of wanting to know what is the true source of a sign or logo, and for that there are services in both app and Web to make a more or less approximate identification of the source, like the WhatTheFont known. App which identify the fonts in a photo or web graphic, Ever seen a great font in a magazine ad, poster, or on the web and wondered what font it is? Whip out your iPhone.
Hope you found it useful and interesting if you know any other Apps like these let us know so we can share with others .