Boskoi app for Android is a mobile phone guide to edible urban wild-food sources.
Latest version: 1.2.1
Total versions: 1
Submitted: 9 Oct 2014
Updated: 9 Oct 2014
Boskoi (www.boskoi.org) is a guide to edible urban wild-food sources, combining the ancient skills of foragers with current open source media.
Boskoi is an urban editables platform based on Ushahidi. The Boskoi application for Androidandroid is a fork of the Ushahidi Android application.
Phis pilot-project is initiated by FoAM and developed by Joey van der Bie, Maarten van der Mark and Vincent Vijn.
The users of the application are urged to keep ethic and security rules and follow these recommendations:
- Be friendly. Ask permission when ownership is unclear.
- Be generous. How much do you really need? Only pick what you will eat. Leave most for others (or wildlife).
- Be alert. Be ware of toxicity and don't tread on other plants when picking.
- Be careful. Don't put any rare or protected species on the map.
Development page: http://code.google.com/p/boskoiandroid
Boskoi 1.2.1 seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:
- Boskoi_1.2.1.apk (270 KB, ↓ 0)
Description/changelog of Boskoi 1.2.1:
- Version number of app is now visible in About
- Removed feature request for camera autofocus for compatibility with cheaper Android devices