WWF Together brings you closer to amazing and endangered species than you ever could have imagined, letting you discover their lives and the work WWF does for them. Try out “tiger vision,” flap your wings like a migrating butterfly, and chop the panda’s bamboo. As part of each story, you’ll get to bring an animal into your world by taking a selfie with its origami or placing it in a scene.
• In-depth, interactive stories of endangered animals, including giant pandas, tigers, monarch butterflies, sea turtles and polar bears.
• Playful interactive elements that incorporate both iPad’s and iPhone’s unique features.
• Origami of each animal that folds up, allowing you to place it in a photo and share with friends and family.
• Up-to-date conservation and wildlife news.
• Stunning high-definition, full-screen videos and image galleries, featuring photos and downloadable wallpapers by renowned environmental photographer Morten Koldby.
• Cool and unusual animal facts. (Do you know what a panda and a stick of butter have in common?)
• Multiple ways to get involved and help protect endangered animals.
About World Wildlife Fund
For 50 years, WWF’s mission has been to create a future in which people live in harmony with nature. A core part of that mission is saving wildlife from threats like poaching, habitat loss and overuse of natural resources. This important work doesn’t just help wild animals; it also contributes to people’s health and well-being. By conserving species and their habitats, we can also help to ensure we have a thriving, healthy planet with forests that slow climate change and oceans that provide more than one-sixth of the world’s food.
Experience the world's most amazing animals in one app — together. Download this free app for iPad, Android and Kindle Fire Tablets: ...
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WWF Together Reviews (18)
I liked this app so much.
It's a good thing I had downloaded the app.
I hope Honda will support WWF.
This is such a good app, and I'm in favour of protecting our planet! Message to everyone who has this app: Help WWF so that animals who are endangered can still prosper in their natural habitats
I like turtles
This game may be simple. But the calming music, interesting visuals and overall serenity of it all is perfect to me, recommend it to parents who want to educate their kid on endangered species.
I hope WWF will provide stickers for Blackberry and Whatsapp.
The app only covers very well known species that practically everyone already knows about and these animals aren't updated or changed so it gets boring
Matthew J Marinelli
I thouroughly searched throughout this app and I couldn't find John Cena vs CM Punk at Money in the Bank. Dave Metzger may have given this match 5 stars, but this app deserves 1. WWF has seriously gone down hill since the Attitude era.
My title speaks for itself.
WWF Together is the best app in the world. I am 200 percent love it.
Chuck Norris punched Barack Obama in the face. And fucked Michelle.
I thought it stood for world wrestling federation...
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Can you make vr mode for application
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Türkçe dil seçeneği yok mu
What's the name of the song??
The self is not something ready-made, but something in continuous formation through choice of action.
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WWF Together App News
- Japan killed 50 whales in Antarctic protected area, data shows - The disclosure of the cull, conducted under a legal loophole, comes as Japan seeks to further weaken a global ban on commercial hunts Japanese whalers have killed more than 50 minke whales in an Antarctic marine protection area this year, WWF has revealed. Th…
- Shocking photo highlights koala habitat destruction in Australia - Shocking photos of koalas in their diminishing natural habitat have exposed the dire plight of the Australian marsupial.
- Marine scientist predicts 'a planetary catastrophe' - Comments
- The Battle for the Soul of Biodiversity - An ideological clash may undermine a crucial assessment of the world’s disappearing plant and animal life -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com