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Will it Sting? Have you ever found yourself asking this question? Now you can get the answer instantly. Just point the camera at an insect that looks like a bee or wasp, start a detection, and get an answer to this important question. This is done in real time while you are pointing the camera at the insect. The detection will happen multiple times per second and accuracy will continue to increase. The red color at the top of the detection screen indicates that the insect might sting you. As mentioned, detection is happening in real time, even on older iPhones and iPads. On the latest generation of iPhones, the app will utilize the Neural Engine and detection will happen even faster. After you have detected an insect you can compare it with an in-app catalog of detectable insects. The app can detect 56 different insects that all look like they might sting. This includes bees, wasps & hornets, flies and some beetles. The insects are a broad selection from all around the globe. See willitsting.com for a complete list of all insects that can be detected. It is also possible to detect using a photo from your photo library. The app can be used offline and no Internet connection is needed for insect detection.
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It’s really cool but can you add maybe more Species? And also add in a separate section for hornets?also could you please add things like tarantula hawk,executioner wasp,Asian giant hornets,mud Daubers, also maybe the cow killers too as well as species of mantis flys,but anyways I love the app!! Also this may be a bit of a stretch but I would love if under neath the results you could add a habitats map of where that particular insect lives. Also another suggestion is a pain index for when you see the results you see a pain index of how much pain the sting it
Mistook a clear picture of a leaf footed bug for a velvet ant calling it dangerous. Only really focuses on Hymenoptera (bees & wasps). Waste of my money.
Developed by Anders Sejersbol.
Will it Sting - Insect ID is ranking in Reference & Education
Last update was at Nov 29, 2020and the current version is 2.0.3.
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Will it Sting - Insect ID have a 2a user reviews.