I use both the Sibley and iBird Pro apps and find them both very good for different reasons, and therefore nicely complementary.
iBird's drawings are awful, but it has lots of photos too, a lot of other good info, and a cool smart search feature for both visual and song ID.
Sibley is, well, Sibley... and it has a side-by-side comparison feature that I like.
Both apps have good songs/sounds.
I use them on both iPad and iPhone - not sure what their compatibility is with Android and Amazon, but I assume both are Android compatible.
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> On Aug 21, 2016, at 10:01 PM, Ruth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I am just looking into buying my first tablet and am considering an Android or Amazon's Fire inexpensive tablets. I am looking for a recommendation for NA bird guide app. I particularly want an app that will give me bird songs which I can take into the field. No, I am not considering a Smart Phone.
> I suspect most will run on an Android. What about compatibility with the Amazon OS? Suggestions welcome.
> Ruth Stewart
> E. Dorset, VT