No thank you
Have used this for at least two years. Use this constantly while out. Not only identifies but also keeps be up to date on limits and sizes. One of the most useful apps I have. Recommend it to anyone who is fishing.
This app gave me a catfish species, a sucker species, and two others. Each time was different. Not happy with its ability to identify fish species. One could throw back dinner because it misidentified a catch and release species that’s protected, or worse, misidentify a protected species and get someone in trouble. Delete
Identified a cutthroat as a brown trout. No Wyoming and got an error message “Operation couldn’t be completed. (kCLErrorDomain error 1.) Glad I got to find this out via the free trial before paying for it.
I was fishing in the Gulf of Mexico and did not have service. I caught a fish I did not know. I took a pic to get verification. It did not work because no cell service. Had to throw it back.
I joined for one month for our Florida trip and I can’t cancel it. Hello???????
Doesn’t work unless you pay. Usually apps let you try some features for free, then gives you the option to expand features. Not this app. 👎🏼
Sometimes it works most of the time it can identify the fish
Downloaded it and created an account and everything just to be hit with subscriptions and fees. Horrible app. They don’t tell you until AFTER you have set everything up and give your info. Edit no thanks I will just use google image search. Worked just great. And no this does not cost less than my favorite fishing lure. I can use a lure over and over until I lose it from a branch. After a year this would be like throwing away $3 a month for 12 months what’s that $36 just for a fish identifier, when I can just do a quick google image search of my fish picture. Joke and a money hungry pit. I’m good
Ignore those negative reviews, they must be written by jealous competitors. As a Novice angler and new to the area my local tackle store suggested I download FishVerify since it was the only app that let me know what I caught and the rules on how big and how many fish we could legally keep. Every fish (16 different species) we scanned came back perfect. Kudos to the FishVerify team as they made the app so easy to use that anyone with basic fishing skills can look like a seasoned angler.