Where I live, there are lots of trails and roads lined with flowers and trees. My community is famous for its annual maple festival, and maple trees are easy for me to identify. However, there are many other trees I cannot identify by name. Flowers are the same: dandelions are easy to spot, but I don't know the names of the wildflowers that line my walking path. Recently my wife told me about PlantNet, a mobile application that can identify these flowers and trees. It's available on iOS and Android, and it's free, so I decided to try it out.
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The Aurora Store shows the app has 2 trackers: Google CrashLytics and Google Firebase Analytics.

It sounds neat, but that’s a no from me dog.

@ajz
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Well spotted, thanks.

@SrEstegosaurio
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If it’s open source is not impossible to fork it without trackers and then just publish it on F-Droid

@je_vv
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Any f-droid alternative? Looks interesting…

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