iCollect Music: Vinyl Discogs

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110 reviews
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About this app

iCollect Music is the #1 app on the Google Play Store for collectors to manage their home catalog of music and album collection or inventory, whether at home, work, or school. This app tracks CD's, vinyl records, cassettes, and more, and works on all device sizes and syncs directly with our Android, iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps. Scan in or search for any music item you own or want and add them to your lists. Full of incredible features!

• Manage and inventory CDs, vinyl records, cassette tapes, 8-track, reel-to-reel, digital files, and so much more.

• Loaded with millions of music items and albums from around the world in our database.
• Full barcode scanning and database search.
• Cloud Backup
• Sync across multiple devices, including Android, iPad, iPhone, and Mac
• Supports input in any language and allows selections of any country and currency.
• Filters, sorting, and importing.
• Three different custom layouts.
• Exporting
• Multi-level sorting
• Shake to Select
• Default Field Data
• Customize which fields are displayed
• Section Counts
• Share your music collection with friends or on social media like Facebook and Twitter.
• Format your Titles with A, An, or The removed.
• Extra features like colored Themes, Dark Mode support, and more.
• Every field is editable.
• Store up to four pictures per item or album, including front, back, and inside images of music items.
• Personal details per music item or album including Loaned, Purchase Price, Purchase Date, Date Added, Personal Rating, Last Watched, Storage Location, Opened, Notes, Estimated Value, and more.
• Index bars and search for quick access in large music collections.

This app is a completely new collecting experience written from the ground up with Kotlin. It has full Android 14 support for the latest devices from Samsung, Google, and more. Our app was created with a cloud database backend designed specifically to allow each item or album to be stored with its own individual attributes.

We can import your music collection from nearly anywhere: CLZ Music, Delicious Library, and much more. Just send us your import file and we'll get you rolling.

Large music collections require an in-app purchase to unlock unlimited storage.

As a collector, use this app to track your music collection and database, and catalog your collections using the barcode scanner! Start cataloging your vinyl and CD collection today.
Updated on
Jan 14, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Photos and videos, and Contacts
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

101 reviews
Jordan Halevy
April 2, 2024
This app is great for cataloguing your vinyl collection, but it needs to get a few kinks worked out. It should automatically save your progress when you are entering your collection, but you have to manually save it, the barcode option needs to be worked on more, and it is a bit of a learning curve at the start when your cataloguing, to name a few problems.
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Colin Savage
July 10, 2024
Brilliant app! Enables me to bring together all my music in one place so I can see at a glance what I have and even a wishlist feature. It's incredibly fast (10 seconds per album) and straightforward to use barcodes on CDs or vinyl to log these. Also I had a technical issue and got a very quick response from the guys, which solved the problem.