Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from Apiary Book!

Thank you for a great 2019, for helping us build this community and for taking such good care of your bees!

Monday, December 23, 2019

Happy holidays!

Happy holidays, beekeepers!
Hoping you are having a wonderful couple of days and wishing you all the best!

Friday, December 20, 2019

Apiary Book PRO Holiday Edition

Apiary Book PRO Holiday Edition is up and running and going fast! So hurry up and take advantage of our special festive offer: buy a one-year subscription, get one FREE! Enjoy great prices starting at 8 euros/month and work together with a beekeeping partner - http://www.apiarybook.com/proearlyadopter.html

Friday, December 13, 2019

Apiary Book Pro features

Why should you go PRO? Let us count the ways we can help you take care of your bees. Sign up here for an early subscription and enjoy a great year for your apiary!


Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Apiary Book is launching PRO features!

Web, Android, iOS, cloud sync, storage, reports, best practices from beekeepers all over the world: take your Apiary Book app pro and enjoy a world of great benefits!


*Standalone versions (including existing Android app) will be free to use. PRO features require the payment of a subscription.

Friday, December 6, 2019

Early Adopter Pro Subscription

On February 15th we are going PRO and launching a whole set of new features including the iOS version and a desktop version for Apiary Book.

But more about all that is new and amazing for Apiary Book is available at the link below:

Monday, December 2, 2019

Report problems/incidents affecting bee colonies health

At Apiary Book we see beekeepers as the first line of defense in the mission to protect our planet’s bees.

Beekeepers are passionate persons who love honeybees, nature and the community.

While working in an apiary can be an incredibly fulfilling calling, beekeeping also involves responsibility. A beekeeper must be well informed and able to detect even the slightest sign that their bees are encountering issues.

Using Report, a beekeeper can inform about problems/incidents affecting bee colonies health: crop treatment, pesticide poisoning, colony loss, disease, pest, extreme weather and others.

Report is part of Apiary Inform, a platform for reporting problems/incidents affecting bee families health, a valuable tool connecting beekeepers with farmers and with local authorities.

Find more info here: http://www.apiarybook.com/inform.html