I came across this app after watching an episide of This old House. So I installed the app on 7/15/17, I immediately liked it as this is an idea for an app I had 15 years ago. So far the app is very slow, sometimes it saves a pictures others times it doesn't. When creating an new folder sometimes it does, then it doesn't. The interface seems slapped together with no much ergonomic thought behind it. The promise of what the app is supposed to do with what/how it does is disappointing. Yesterday my thought was, I can bring this up to the neighborhood association, today not so sure.
So far so good. One issue is I can not move items between folders, ya I put a couple things in the wrong spot.
I love this app. How do you delete photos or items once added? Wish it had a pc/web version or even better acted as a front end for home inventory apps like Radium's Home Inventory Pro. Still looking for an app/program that helped track maintenance schedules for the home: air filters, smoke detector batteries, clean fridge coils, car & small engine maintenance, etc. I have like 20+ motors to maintain or so it seems.
Amazing App for homeowners and renters alike. Store product information. Record serial numbers of products...Get advice...Find parts...Get owners manuals with a touch of button....Simply a 5 star app...
Haven't used it much but appears to be a useful tool to keep up with model numbers, filter sizes, bulb replacements etc..
I have yet to put the app to use at our new place, but in theory this should be a welcome centralization of all this info. Functionality is not my gripe at this point. My gripe is with the overarching design of the service: its superficial aspects are clearly iOS-centric which irks me. The emails aren't formatted correctly, links go to itunes,, the app "hamburger" menu is on the wrong side, etc. I've barely used the app and these UI issues are glaring, which makes me wonder if they put much thought into the Android app at all (like will the how-to videos work correctly, will images and documents be formatted correctly). Hey, at least they used a Pixel for the Play Store images and screenshots!