Seek APK

Version 2.2.2 -

Get outside, explore, and learn about the nature all around you!

Seek apk

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Download Version 2.2.2 (46)
Apk Size76.88 MB
App DeveloperiNaturalist
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up

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Seek is inaturalist,seek,education, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit iNaturalist website who developed it. apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.2.2 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 3129+ times on store. You can also download APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Use the power of image recognition technology to identify the plants and animals all around you. Earn badges for seeing different types of birds, amphibians, plants, and fungi and participate in monthly observation challenges with Our Planet on Netflix.

• Get outside and point the Seek Camera at living things

• Identify wildlife and plants you see and take pictures to earn badges

• Learn fun facts about the organisms all around you


Found a mushroom, flower, or bug, and not sure what it is? Open up the Seek camera to see if it knows!

Drawing from millions of wildlife observations on iNaturalist, Seek shows you lists of commonly recorded insects, birds, plants, amphibians, and more in your area. Scan the environment with the Seek Camera to identify organisms using the tree of life. Add different species to your observations and learn all about them in the process! The more observations you make, the more badges you’ll earn!

This is a great app for families who want to spend more time exploring nature together, and for anyone who wants to learn more about the life all around them.


Seek does not require registration and does not collect any user data by default. Some user data will be collected if you choose to sign in with an iNaturalist account, but you must be over 13 or have your parents permission to do so.

Seek will ask permission to turn on location services, but your location is obscured to respect your privacy while still allowing species suggestions from your general area. Your precise location is never stored in the app or sent to iNaturalist.

Our image recognition technology is based on observations submitted to and partner sites, and identified by the iNaturalist community.

Seek is presented by Our Planet and WWF and created by the iNaturalist team. iNaturalist is a joint initiative of the California Academy of Sciences and the National Geographic Society. Seek was originally created with support from HHMI Tangled Bank Studios.

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  1. Christian Marx-avatar

    Christian Marx

    Love this app a lot BUT ... if u make it an option to identify species from pictures taken god knows when, it should be possible to enter your own location and date. Seeing a wild elephant in southern Germany is rather uncommon :) Thanks

  2. Raymond Deleon-avatar

    Raymond Deleon

    Seek is a helpful to tool learn about your surroundings on the spot and connect with nature. I will say the app is a little screwy sometimes when it thinks a bucket is a barracuda fish lol

  3. Xarthos-avatar


    Pretty cool app but has a lot of trouble identifying insects, it doesn't even notice that there is an insect most of the time

  4. Drew Woods-avatar

    Drew Woods

    I would give this app a 5 star review in a heartbeat if the camera didn't crash every time you used it. My wife and friend and I went out into the forest and spent hours taking pictures of things in the forest. However it was truly frustrating everytime we would take a picture you would have to exit and come back into the camera in order to actually capture what you were looking at. If you can fix that I would give it a 5 star. It's also a bit finicky with focusing. It could use some work on the entire camera portion of the app. The Recognition is not TERRIBLE, sometimes it's just flat wrong, but it can't be right ALL the time. It SHOULD have an option for you to be like, "NO. this is in fact NOT what you just suggested" and have it learn from that as well. As a Feature Request you know? I'm using a Note 20 Ultra 5G and notice that it is MUCH more accurate than my wife's Note 10+. Again, just an observation there. But I truly love this app.

  5. Brittany Morris-avatar

    Brittany Morris

    One of my favorite apps, but i just wish that the zoom feature of the camera was clearer. When i zoom in with the app it gives me a rather distorted view. It's much clearer when I'm just taking a picture with my phone without Seek app up. It's rather difficult to identify things you can't get real close to without scaring, like birds and insects.

  6. Susan Consumer-avatar

    Susan Consumer

    True identification app. No previous plant knowledge required. Interfaces with iNaturalist if you want to explore near-matches but gets me close enough to look at nursery plants. Vast local database of observations, and options for cataloging a neighborhood, park, or other specific area. BHG review said it was for kids, but it's not juvenile in any way. Great for learning about plants in a new city or going out without a big garden book to try and match photos.

  7. Alora Sweeney-avatar

    Alora Sweeney

    I never write reviews, and I used to really love this app but since the update, it's gone severely down hill. I used this app regularly, and now it seems the camera takes forever to focus, if it even decides to work at all, it takes 5x as long to get any sort of information from this app which is growing increasingly frustrating.

  8. Julie Miles-avatar

    Julie Miles

    Now that I have an upgraded phone with a better camera, (ie, not an S9) my experience has been a lot better. Still a few things that could be improved- it would be nice if the iNaturalist button redirected to the website and not the Seek app on the play store, and I still have to close out of the camera when trying to retake photos because otherwise it goes black. Otherwise nicely done!

  9. Romas Masiukas-avatar

    Romas Masiukas

    The idea of the app is brilliant, but the way it works is just painful. Taking pictures is frustrating. It can't focus, it can't keep steady, even if the photo is crystal clear it can't recognise the species. And surely no observing even slow moving objects. needs a lot of fixing.

  10. Brittany-avatar


    I love this app! I just wish the camera focused better. It's so difficult to get to the species sometimes, even though I have perfect angles and shots. To recognize things, it has dots that "load" and identify them. I get good angles and am almost to species, and then it restarts again. I've spent 5 minutes or more on a single plant multiple times and then just gave up. If it takes more than 10 seconds to find the species, I move on. Some things are easier to identify than others.