Top Five iPhone Apps for Tree Care Professionals

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Linnie Leavines

commented on Apr 18, 2014 at 9:28am

I should mention there is another app available that animates knot-tying techniques. Be sure to check it out! http://www.statesmanjournal.com/article/20140417/OUTDOORS/304170016/Knot-tying-website-all-from-climbers-boaters-arborists?nclick_check=1

Mark Russell (not verified)

commented on Mar 31, 2014 at 8:07pm

Hey folks!

One other app you may consider is the Free Mulch app from AboutTrees.com.

It's very similar to chipero, but it is (and always will be) 100% free.

And it's free for ALL of the chip requests, not just the ones your company brings in.

My name is Mark Russell and I'm an ISA certified arborist. I built the app because I knew how much of a need there was out there for it.

The free mulch app idea needs to stay a community project.

The last thing any of us tree guys want is for one player to dominate the pool of mulch requesters. Then, we will be subject to what ever they feel like charging....

This is a really big deal that we need to pay attention to now, and not later.

It's REALLY hard to knock out an incumbent two sided market. I.E. what is the only online auction site? EBAY... No one can get rid of them... They have buyers and sellers....

Anyway, we will be explaining this in more detail soon....

Thanks!

Mark

Linnie Leavines

commented on Apr 18, 2014 at 9:23am

Thanks for your feedback, Mark! We're glad to hear that more people are building these; such apps fill a very particular niche. Very kind of you to offer it for free!

Joe Klaudi (not verified)

commented on Mar 30, 2014 at 1:39pm

I am the owner of a Tree Service in Cherry Hill NJ and I have evaluated a number of applications and found the Argbor Gold is the best product out there.

Joe Klaudi
E-Z Tree Care
www.ez-treecare.com

Anonymous (not verified)

commented on Mar 26, 2014 at 9:18am

Our team utilizes ArborQuote! We love it!
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/arbor-quote/id623397873?mt=8

Peter Wharton (not verified)

commented on Mar 26, 2014 at 9:06am

I am very interested in this article as I have recently written a similar article for the Arboricultural Association in the UK entitled Appy Arbs!!. I reviewed a number of apps within the UK arb industry and also presented on the importance of mobile technology and communication, I used a similar tree image and entitled it the Communi-tree. I would be really interested to discuss apps with with TCIA as it appears to be an ever increasing and demanded resource.

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