Android-powered devices have been gaining popularity in terrariums.
Google’s Google Earth app for Android devices has a built-in GPS tracker.
But for some hobbyists, the device can be a hassle.
“I would say a large percentage of people that use the GPS Tracker for their terrarium don’t actually know how to set it up,” says Jason Miller, the director of product management at Aquarium Associates, an aquarium trade group.
Miller’s group has helped aquarists build a GPS tracker that can track their plants in a variety of indoor terrarium configurations, from smaller tanks to bigger ones.
The Aquarium Association, the trade group for hobbyists who build aquariums, also sells a similar device, called the Aqua Tracker, which can track plants in both indoor and outdoor terrarium settings.
While the Aquariums of America (AOA) has a similar tracker, it does not offer a built in tracker for terrarium use.
AOA sells the Aquaris Tracker for $129.99.
Miller says that it’s not that expensive, given the fact that the Aquarian Tracker can track multiple plants at once.
It can also track several plants simultaneously in one terrarium, which is important for people who want to keep the same plants in different terrarium setups.
But the Aquarians Tracker has an advantage over other GPS devices: It uses a smartphone app.
This is not the first time Aquaris has made a device for the outdoor market.
In 2011, Aquaris began selling the Aquaria Tracker as a standalone product.
Now, Aquarian is making the Aquaries Tracker into a standalone unit.
Like the Aquararies Tracker, the Aquarius Tracker uses a Google Android app to track plants.
But this time, Aquaria is making it a standalone device.
So how does it work?
Miller says that aquarist’s can choose between three different terraria configurations for the Aquari Tracker.
There are indoor terraria setups, which allow plants to grow and produce more food, and outdoor setups, where they can stay hidden in the darkness.
For those that use indoor terraces, Aquarians tracker can help them keep their plants alive.
However, if you’re looking to set up an outdoor terraria setup, Aquarium Advisors recommends purchasing a separate Aquarium Tracker for that purpose.
An Aquarium Advisor offers a wide range of products that can be used for indoor terrarias.
Each Aquarian Advisor device costs $69.99, but Aquarians products can be purchased individually for $39.99 or as part of a kit that includes two Aquaris products.