GardenKing gives gardeners the ability to immediately identify flowers in their garden and learn more about them. The app was created by Clodagh, Sophie, Isaac and Teddy from Latymer Upper School in London, who wanted to help new gardeners.FEATURES
· Take photos of your flower and the app identifies them immediately · Uses photo recognition to compare your photos huge library of images on the web· Learn more about your plants with information from the Royal Horticultural Society and online sources· Make notes about all the flowers in your garden
GardenKing won the Sustainable Communities category powered by Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at the Apps for Good Awards 2015, the national competition for App for Good students. As an Apps for Good Awards winner, the team worked with development agency Gourmet Pixel to have their app built professionally and launched on the market, with the support of Apps for Good and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Apps for Good is an education technology movement powering a generation to change their world with technology. Apps for Good partners with schools across the UK and internationally to deliver its course to young people aged 8-18. Find out more at www.appsforgood.org.
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