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June 15, 2009

Muli Mobile Ltd releases FlowerPedia 1.0 – Flower Identification Engine

    Muli Mobile Ltd today announced the release of their flower identification engine and encyclopedia, FlowerPedia 1.0. FlowerPedia presents 1500 flower photos, organised by flower family and photo rating. View a slideshow of flowers like roses, lilies, orchids, hibiscus, tulips, daisies and many more.

    Users are given the option to rate each photo according to their own taste. In FlowerPedia's gallery view users can chose to browse everything, or just their Top Rated photos.

    Select a flower picture to see the flower names - common and scientific; its identifying features, and what family and genus it belongs to. Gardening tips and medicinal properties are coming soon. FlowerPedia contains information covering over 100,000 flowering plant species, including wildflowers, belonging to 500 genera in over 100 families.

    You can use FlowerPedia's flower identification wizard to identify flowers based on their physical characteristics. The search covers 70-100% of any North American region's flowering plant species, and up to 90% in Europe, Asia and Australia.

    FlowerPedia does not require a network connection, so it can be used anywhere. It is designed for maximum availability even in low-signal areas, such as when hiking, bushwalking and trekking. All flower pictures are included in the application.

    Minimum Requirements:
    iPhone or iPod touch 2.2 or later

    Pricing and Availability:
    FlowerPedia 1.0 is available now on the iTunes App Store for a special launch price of $4.99 (USD).

    Muli Mobile
    FlowerPedia

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