Absolutely love it!! So I've had this app for a while and just started adding my books. I've added 96 so far with no real complaints. It's really straight forward and very easy to use. I love that it adds everything about the book after you scan it. I've had to search the internet for some which is not a big deal and also takes little time. But to do so, you need a LibraryThing account, slight con there and you have to download a different scanner. But overall still a great app and will stop me from buying more duplicates lol.
This app is everything I was looking for, with one exception: I cannot successfully add already-catalogued books to bookshelves. I'm sure it's easy to do once you know how, but the FAQs does not cover it and there are no instructions. Perhaps you are supposed to add books directly to the desired bookshelf? If so, is there a way to move a book to a different shelf if you change your mind later? This app is still great, I'd change rating to 5 stars once clarification is provided.
Good start I have played around with it for a few days now and it has some really nice features. A good start to an app that provides some nice flexibility and options. There are a few things holding it back. Would like the search to work a little better like partial match, multiple results, and not have to start over when you hit back. It would be nice if the goodreads integration worked better. Some attributes just won't sync or work only one way. That could be goodreads though. And update to material design
Perfect inventory software Very fast and accurate addition of books through scan, ISBN entry, or Google search. I've scanned about 75 books per hour and only the really obscure ones require manual entry. The interface is loaded with features including CSV import/export, and all the ones I've tried work. Don't bother looking for any other app, just get this one!
I absolutely love this. I add books by using the Enter ISBN option because it's really quick. I'm getting ready to move, so I captured all my books here, emailed myself a .csv copy (Admin > Export to CSV file), and opening it up in Excel. From here I can make a list of books to sell, import it into a book-selling site, and so on. Really useful! (Tip: If you enter an ISBN and it says it's not valid, it could be an old 10-digit ISBN. Look for an ISBN that starts with 978 or 0-978. Can't find it? Google ISBN calculator and find one that will convert the number for you or just use Book Catalogue's Search Internet option.)
I had another app I used until it was no longer useful. I tried many other book list apps that just didn't work well. Then I found this one. I LOVE this app so much. It works perfectly, it shows each book in a series in order so you know what your missing, it scans beautifully, has all the info you could need. IF YOUR ON THE FENCE GIVE IT A TRY, YOU WON'T BE SORRY
New in 5.1.x
* Italian translation (Eugenio Davolio)
* Spanish translation (José M. Galdo)
* Turkish translations (Emir Sarı)
* Ability to archive only new/updated books and to exclude covers (or books)
* Better thumbnail size in lists for high density screens
* Added options to see books by author/series at Amazon
* New list styles and groups
* Bug fixes
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