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Source for Fly Fishing "Apps"

I got this note from James Rattigan from Geen Mountain Digital.  I don't have an iPhone or Droid, so I have not tested these on either - but it looks pretty cool:

"Here at Green Mountain Digital, located in beautiful Woodstock, VT, we specialize in producing outdoor apps for mobile devices. For those that don’t know, an app is a digital program that runs on a mobile device, otherwise known as the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Droid, and similar platforms.

We recently introduced Orvis Fly Fishing: The Ultimate Guide to Fly Fishing, created with The Orvis Company. This Ultimate Guide to Fly Fishing includes knot-tying instructions with step-by-step animation and video, basic fly casting instructions with text and video, the top 10 fly-casting mistakes, Orvis Fishing Reports for more than 200 fly-fishing destinations in North America, with real-time updates on conditions, recommended gear, and much more. The app also now includes all of the Orvis Fly-Fishing Podcasts. Check out a sample of the video content here.

Orvis Fly Fishing is available on sale for the month of September for $14.99 (originally $24.99) for the iPhone and iPod touch, coming soon to the iPad and the Android system.

We’ve also teamed up with the National Audubon Society to produce the Audubon Guides, a series of digital field guides to North American nature. We have 28 apps in the market right now, covering a variety of topics, including Birds, Butterflies, Fishes, Insects and Spiders, Mammals, Reptiles and Amphibians, Seashells, Seashore Creatures, Trees, Wildflowers, several regional guides and two combo guides.

The Audubon Guides combine the trusted content of the National Audubon Society Field Guides to Nature with the advanced capabilities of several industry-leading mobile devices. For an example, check out Audubon Birds: A Field Guide to North American Birds and see what makes our apps stand out.

For more information about our apps and the supported platforms, please visit our website: AudubonGuides.com. "

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