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Explore the natural world with this $20 plant-spotting iOS app

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Learn what your plants need with this top-rated iPhone app.

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From shooting 4K HDR footage to scanning documents, there’s a lot that your iPhone can accomplish. You could even use it as your personal plant assistant. With NatureID, you can identify plants, determine the best way to care for them and even identify early signs of disease, and lifetime subscriptions are currently available for $19.99 (Reg. $59)

Diagnose plant problems and learn how to fix them

NatureID has earned over eight million downloads and 4.6 out of five stars on the App Store for its ease of use and deep plant profiles. Just take a snap of the plant in the app, and it will match your plant against the growing library of 14,000 profiles and counting. When it finds a match, you get a detailed profile made with help from professional botanists. 

In addition to helpful facts and identifying information, NatureID can help you rescue struggling plants. The scan looks for problems, including plant diseases and conditions caused by the environment. It gives you a complete list of ideal soil conditions, watering schedules and other necessary data to help a plant thrive. Powdery mildew, root rot, Phytophthora and downy mildew are just a few diseases NatureID can detect. It will also recognize pests such as aphids, spider mites and whiteflies.

NatureID also checks for early signs of a disease or problem, so you can catch it early and keep your plants happy. The app even includes a handy plant journal for staying on top of your houseplant tasks, reminding you to water, feed and rotate plants as needed.

Save on a NatureID Plant Identification Premium Plan

We live among plants, yet we often know very little about them. The NatureID Premium Plan introduces us to the green around us for $20 (Reg. $60), the best price you’ll find on the web.

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