Lubbock, Texas – Independent developer Jeremy Weaver today is pleased to announce the release of TX Snakes 1.1 for iOS. A revolutionary iPhone app, TX Snakes, makes identifying any snake species in the state of Texas a cinch. Interested in snakes? Ever wonder what kind of snake you found in your backyard or on a hike? Are you curious what kinds of snakes have been found in your county?
TX Snakes is your guide to identifying all species of snakes found in the state of Texas. TX Snakes features a range of browsing and searching capabilities that allow a young snake enthusiast to an experienced herpetologist identify virtually any snake encountered in Texas. With all 253 Texas counties included for browsing and searching, you will always know what snakes you could encounter virtually anywhere in Texas. To view screen shots of the app visit our website, www.HerpApps.com, or visit the app store.
* Search every Texas snake species by: the entire state, region, county, pattern, venomous, non-venomous and more
* Species information and photos that aid in helping you identify a specific snake
* Browse snakes found throughout all 253 counties in Texas or several other browse options
* TX Snakes is not limited to just Texas, Texas is extremely verbose in reptiles and amphibians and do to this Texas contains close to 2/3 of the snake species found in Central and Western United States
* TX Snakes is an all in one package! That means that this app will work anywhere regardless of cell reception and internet connection
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.2.1 or later
* 9.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
TX Snakes 1.1 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Reference category.
TX Snakes iPhone app was developed by myself Jeremy Weaver, a graduate student studying herpetology at Texas Tech University. In my free time I develop iPhone apps and developed TX Snakes out of a love for the the animals. A second app is currently under review which is a similar identification guide to the snakes of Oklahoma called OK Snakes. Copyright (C) 2011 Jeremy Weaver. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.