The Kingdon Guide 1.2 IPA. The Kingdon Guide for iPhone/iPad. The Kingdon Guide latest version free download. Download The Kingdon Guide 1.2 for iPhone/iPad by mydigitalearth.com directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.
This interactive version of Jonathan Kingdon’s Pocket Guide to African Mammals is an essential field guide for those visiting and living in Africa with an interest in its wildlife. It covers all African land mammals, with some of the smaller mammal groups portrayed generically. FEATURES: Images, distribution maps and text descriptions of over 460 species found throughout Africa. You can select a specific African country/region, so that the lists of species throughout the program display only the species in your region. A personal species list that stores your mammal sightings saved to the device* (ability to upload list coming soon) Countries/regions covered: South Africa, Botswana, Namibia. Zimbabwe, Mozambique & Malawi, Nigeria, North Sahara (Tunisia), Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, D.R.C, Rwanda Burundi, Kenya, Congo, Gabon, Uganda, Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Central Sahara (Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Libya, Egypt), Chad, Western Sahara (Morocco), NW Coast (Togo, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Liberia, Senegal, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Ghana). *Uninstalling the program will result in the loss of your list, it is recommended that you keep your own backup (master list) separate from the program. For more wildlife guides see our other apps: Sasol eBirds, Wildlife of Southern Africa, British Wildlife Photoguide. NB. This Application WILL ONLY work on an iPhone or iPod Touch (2nd GEN) running OS V3.0 or higher NOT A NORMAL IPOD CLASSIC/NANO.
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Great app. Nice to carry this instead of the book on safari but: the My Location feature just doesn’t work. If you choose an East African country like Tanzania, all the West African species are still in the index. Not a show stopper though - just inconvenient.
Just what the title says. It's decent but not worth anywhere near $20. $10 is a fair price...