March 27th, 2016
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
Updated: Mar 14, 2016
Size: 28.3 MB
Seller: Indy Dog LLC
Requirements: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
What's My Mutt? by Indy Dog LLC
DescriptionHave you wondered what breeds make up your Mutt? It is time to solve the mystery.
Choose features of your adult mixed breed dog and you will discover the top three predominant breeds that make up your Mutt. With over sixty-five different breeds represented, you will get excellent and accurate results.
Everyone loves to share photos of their dog. Whats My Mutt? makes this easy. Once you find out what breeds make up your Mutt, share a photo and the results on Twitter and Facebook. Use the hashtag #whatsmymutt
And if you want your Mutt to become famous, share a photo and your results of your Mutt with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and your Mutt may be featured on the "What's My Mutt?" Facebook, Instagram and Twitter page!
**** A portion of all proceeds will be donated to dog rescue organizations. More information can be found at whatsmymuttapp.com ****
What's New in Version 1.1.1Various bug fixes
Customer ReviewsGreat app!! (5 stars)
I have 2 dogs. Sisters. They look similar, but have completely different hair color (one is brindle) and their muzzles are not quite the same. Litter Mates can have different fathers (I learned this when I became a foster parent for dogs). Both results had 2 of the same breed and the third breed was different for each. The third seems accurate in each case.
Awesome, fun, and accurate (5 stars)
Awesome app! It's short and fun and nailed the three breeds we thought our mutt always was. Half the fun is plugging in different attributes and seeing what you get. For 99 cents, it's great fun just to try out on random dogs and mutts around the neighborhood... Also, way more intuitive and nicely designed compared to other apps in this genre.
Great! (4 stars)
I think this app is a great idea! I work at an animal shelter and this will be helpful in identifying dog's breed for future adopters. I used it on my own dogs and it was pretty accurate. I would like to see more details be added though. I think more research could be done to create descriptions for things like personality or eye color. I wish I had been part of the team that created this