Insect Identifier

Insect Identifier

By Le Giang Nam

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2021-10-15
  • Current Version: 1.3.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 58.90 MB
  • Developer: Le Giang Nam
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.57043
From 433 Ratings


Insect Identifier can help you instantly identify any insect with your phone. Just take a shot and get high accuracy result with detailed informations like: Common name Scientific name Species classification Life cycle Predators Behavior Population … and many more And if you are going on a trip without Wifi? Don't worry, this app still works even without internet connection. Keep track of your identifications with a beautiful collection space. You can share any of your insect id with your friends. Insect Identifier+ • You can subscribe for unlimited access to all features within the app and remove ads. All personal data is protected in accordance with the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy:



  • Useless

    By G Di
    Tried to identify an insect. App called it wasp which it clearly wasn’t. When I tried to retake photo it wanted me to pay for app. Useless and NOT free.
  • Spot on!

    By Outdoor art chic
    This took 1/2 a second to get the info I was looking for about this HUUUUGE BEE inside my house and it’s time for bed. I’m not having that thing sting me while I’m asleep! Thank you for being so quick with your scanner!
  • Bad and “free”

    By Mattsmuss
    First misidentified the bug, then required payment for more attempts. “Free”…. You tricked me
  • Nope

    By E Hoag
    I tried to see what type of grasshopper I found was. I entered the picture and it told me it was a Honey Bee. I then deleted the app.
  • Labeled most things as a wasp

    By BE@R2005
    This app is a great idea but it would need some serious work, I started by scanning a photo of a mound ant (Formica exsectoides) and it thought it was a type of wasp, I get that that could happen as they are somewhat related, however after more trials with different insects it never got anything right, and most of the time it just labeled things as a type of wasp, it even thought an American cockroach was a ground wasp. Overall I think this is a great idea for an app but until it’s more reliable as a tool to identify things then I would not recommend it.
  • Insect Identifier

    By Boodiwood
    Uploaded a pic of a caterpillar and instantly got an answer. WOW. So far I really like this app.
  • terrible

    By Greenmovie13GD
    have it a picture of a spider, returned with a result of a six-legged bug. the ai is incredibly poor in this app
  • Horrible

    By mocho man 2021
    On a blurry picture, it called my red stag beetle a monarch butterfly. I got it on a better picture and then it called it a Carolina grasshopper. We live in Alabama. this so-called app charges you real money for an app that doesn’t even work. I agree with some of the first ratings of it, calling a spider, a wasp and other insects completely different things. I completely understand if you mixed up species, but not entirely different animals.
  • Terrible

    By Von Rueden
    Don’t waste your time. This doesn’t work. Had a close up of a small beetle, said it was a bee. Took a photo of my coffee table, said it was a lady bug, then another time, a bee.
  • don't bother

    By Jimblg
    I had some bugs on my rose plant, took some pictures and then i took the bugs put it in a ziplock bag, and i took few photos. one of the photos i took next to a penny, so after i downloaded the app, i used it to take a picture, now it does have an area of focus, so i made sure the bug is in that area and in focus, i took the picture, and it took only the penny part, AI my @#$&#$ , and it identified it as a red bug. since the app has an option to use already taken pictures, i tried (mind u that is the second attempt), it would not identify and it want to upgrade, otherwise it is as if i have done nothing. i tried few times and same , so I deleted it. waste of time. don't bother