This week, we’re having the pleasure to collaborate again with Stefan from Leanplum (mobile marketing platform). In this post, Stefan gives us 4 steps to improve app retention. Discover actionable techniques that will help boosting your app retention rate. Research has repeatedly shown that mobile user retention is a challenge. Many mobile teams pride themselves on their acquisition strategies and “growth hacks,” but the fact remains: for every user who downloads your app, only a …
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Columbia University, University of Maryland, and Smithsonian Institution,
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Version 1.08 released on July 17, 2017
Leafsnap now works for iPhone 7. You can also now browse species without being connected to a Wi-fi network.
Version 1.07 released on June 05, 2015
- Expanded species coverage to Eastern Canada, with 36 new species - Fixed minor bugs
Version 1.06 released on January 17, 2015
- Fixed camera screen on iOS 8 - Updated look
Version 1.05 released on May 15, 2011
- Fixed a major bug that crashes the app when using the Snap It! feature
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Leafsnap is the first in a series of electronic field guides being developed by researchers from Columbia University, the University of Maryland, and the Smithsonian Institution. This free mobile app uses visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves. Leafsnap contains beautiful high-resolution images of leaves, flowers, fruits, petioles, seeds, and bark to aid identification. These high-resolution images were created by the conservation organization Finding Species. Leafsnap currently includes trees found in the Northeastern United States and Canada. The inclusion of Canadian trees is through collaboration with the Canadian Wildlife Federation, with support from TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.
Leafsnap Ranking History | Education
Leafsnap daily app ranking in Education category for the last 30 days.
Leafsnap Worldwide Rankings | Education
Leafsnap rankings per country in Education category.
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