Wild Plant Survival Guide

Wild Plant Survival Guide

By Double Dog Studios

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2010-08-21
  • Current Version: 3.1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 103.51 MB
  • Developer: Double Dog Studios
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 98 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Wild Plant Survival Guide App Ratings: 4
Based on 98 App Reviews

Wild Plant Survival Guide iOS App Details

Nature can provide you with food that will let you survive any ordeal, if you don't eat the wrong plant. Learn about the plants of the region where you will be operating before your life depends on it. Plants can also provide you with medicine in a survival situation. Plants can supply you with weapons and raw materials to construct shelters and build fires. Plants can even provide you with chemicals for poisoning fish, preserving animal hides, and for camouflaging yourself and your equipment. Wild Plant Survival Guide describes the physical characteristics, habitat and distribution of edible, medicinal and poisonous wild plants. Over 130 plants and 350 color photos simplify the identification of poisonous and edible plants. The U.S. Army gathered this content and now it is available to you. If you spend time in the wilderness, Wild Plant Survival Guide is for you.


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iOS App Reviews

  • Elementary

    By zeffbuddha
    Not very impressed with the information. Very basic plant identification and regions are even more generally described. Still a good amount of information for $2.00, but your probably better using google search to look up and identify plants in your' specific region.
  • Very informative

    By Purveyor2389
    I just got this app so I haven't learned everything about it. It seems very informative, and has a pretty big selection to learn about. The one problem I have is that it's not great to navigate. It would be nice to be able to sort by region, or things like that.
  • amaranth

    By Common plant
    When reading the review of the amaranth plant I noticed that in the second paragraph, edibility, it suddenly is referred to as "alder"! Not very good proof reading. Brand-new app for me, I'm wondering if it's going to be trustworthy?
  • I love it

    By Camden .m
    It's easy and very informative
  • Not worth it

    By Rodger H
    For a paid app it is poorly organized and and has minimal identification of plant info.
  • Very informative and clear app

    By Albigenman
    Very clear and easy to use with excellent features. Nice work. I am a naturalist and it is great to have in the field.
  • Where is the back button?

    By Survival Outdoor Media
    This is a great app. Very helpful in helping identify various plants. The only problem that I have found is when searching through edible plants there isn't a back button to take me back to the previous menu or previous page that I was looking at. For example if I go into edible plants from the menu and then go into the temperate area plants and I click on a plant that I want to learn about there isn't a back button to take me right back to the temperate area plants instead I have to click the menu and go back to edible plants and then temperate area plants again. This would make the app a lot better.
  • Cool app, however...

    By Spacebook1
    It would be outstanding if you could filter the list of plants by geographic location. Other than that it's very informative and extremely useful
  • Awesome

    By Jeff496
    This app is a very helpful, I'm glad I bought it
  • I really like this app but

    By Asdferer
    I like it it's very informational but I just wish there was a plant identifier walk through where I could pick the leaf shape like an elimination process and it would take me to the plant I'm looking at or anything to narrow it down also if I could search plants based on region that would be awesome. If you could make this happen I will definitely give it five stars. The pictures are very good and the amount of information is outstanding but I would like a way to sift through it to find what I'm looking for. Maybe you could use my gps for the app to tell me what plants are in like a so many mile radius of me or just let me search plants by region or preferably state. Thank you and I look forward to installing the update.