You only get 30 scans until you hit a pay wall. Thanks for wasting my time.
good app for knowing your collections. now needs playstation vr2 as a choice for the video games. to all users remember your login if your lists vanishes all you have to do is delete app reinstall and log back in.
It is very easy to use and everything is simple now. Thank you!
I originally downloaded this app to catalog my action figure collection, but decided to use it to inventory my fishing lures instead. So far it’s doing a great job finding images for every barcode I’ve scanned. Big time saver! I would love the ability to add a few more labels and information blocks, but so far I’m finding the app to be more than adequate for cataloging my stuff. The pricing structure is a little aggressive, but it’s still more tolerable than a yearly subscription model. if that were the case, I wouldn’t have even considered the app to begin with. At least each category is a one-time purchase and currently I only use one. I’ve already had a very good experience with their support staff and hope to see the developers improve the app even further.
I have been using this app for years so it was a no brainer when they upgraded to get the iCollect everything feature. Now if I am out looking for things to add to my collections I have everything at my fingertips so I don’t purchase duplicates. Easy to use and customer support has been helpful when needed.
This is a great app, but it missing a important aspect. I see no online access through PC. This is crucial for more in depth editing. As when one is initially scanning, we are only putting minimal information.
No tutorial on how to use this app.
I collect pocketknives and this app is absolutely perfect for me to use as a database. I have frequently recommended this app to other collectors. It is exquisitely intuitive to use. You can customize it whatever you need. I highly recommend buying the unlimited version...money very well spent.
I have a large liquor collection that I am moving to the new app I used to use their alcohol app. This app has a lot more info you can save and there’s some great new features but adding pictures is a nightmare. They tried to do too much with this part. Sometimes I can just take a picture but the editing is atrocious. If I can just take the picture and save it it’s fine. The editing is a lot worse. It’s a small problem that I can deal with but they should make the picture editing the way it used to be. Too long to explain but it would be nice to automatically scale down instead of dragging corners manually. They fix that and this is a five star app
The crowd-sourced nature of the data is a double-edged sword. It’s nice to not have to input everything manually, but at the same time I’ve had to fix most of what I’ve added to my collection. Specific to comics, there are a few fields that would be beneficial. Release dates, instead of cover dates, and volume information. I suppose for the latter, that’s what the “year” field is for, but I’m not totally sure, and everyone else seems to have a different idea for what that field is for. It’s also impossible to know if you’re getting a good dataset when adding a new comic until after you’ve clicked on an image. Half the time I click on one and get a totally blank entry that I have to add everything to manually anyway. I’m also not a fan of the hair trigger on the barcode scan. I barely have it in place before it takes the snapshot, and often have to retake it because it can’t read the blurry, half a barcode it decided to read. But at the end of the day, the app does what it says it does: it organises your stuff so you know what it has. It’s just up to you to change all those “Marval Comics” entries in the publisher field.