What’s That Flower App


Have you ever pondered the possibility of finding out the name of a stunning flower while you were strolling through the park? What kind of flower is that? will assist you in discovering the answer. If you select the color of the flower, its natural habitat, and the number of petals, your options will be reduced from over a thousand to just a few dozen. The next step is to look through the list and pick the appropriate option. Learn more about it, and revel in the power that reading can bestow. Take the path of wisdom.


– search by photo

– observations

– offline mode

– custom filter – change order or number of filters.

– search in English or Latin names or in taxonomy

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the What’s That Flower app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


If the subscription is not canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period, it will automatically renew for another period of time. Within twenty-four hours prior to the end of the currently active period, the renewal fee will be deducted from your account. After making a purchase, navigate to the settings section of your account in the App Store in order to manage or terminate your subscriptions.


I am very pleased with the identification procedure. Appears to make no mention whatsoever of Southwest cacti. Have explored each of the environments. No joy. Additionally, I would have preferred more scientific narrowing, such as the count of the petals.

The app serves its purpose well, and I appreciate the consistent updates and enhancements that are made. Because of this, I made the decision to upgrade it. One thing about upgrades that I don’t like is that you only get one new feature each time you buy one. This is an extremely unfair practice due to the fact that the webpage for the app only advertises two different versions: “free” and “plus.” If I purchase a more expensive feature, I anticipate that it will come bundled with the less expensive ones as well. However, this is not the case, and suggesting otherwise is misleading. Either make it more understandable, or switch up the way that fees are calculated.