IPPK: Inventory Photos Plus K

Contains ads
90 reviews
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About this app

With this app you can take photos with a personalized name, bar-code, custom folders, etc...

Write the photos name, add a bar-code, file_num and create the photo into your selected folder.
Updated on
Jul 20, 2022

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90 reviews
Terry “Tpub” Kristan
April 2, 2022
Fantastic app. Wish there was an option to have a small thumbnail of last image taken & a paid version to eliminate ads. A few times using bar code scanner, I did somthing that resulted in no image taken without my knowledge. A quick visual confirmation would be icing on the cake. Thanks great work!
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January 28, 2023
No meaningful guidance on what - if anything - it is meant to do. Opening screen has list of things which may mean something to a developer. The menu has a Tutorial option which always led back to the opening screen. Google should impose more quality control to save users wasting time and energy on this sort of unfinished project - or at least provide warnings that hors of reseach may be needed to extract any functionality.
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June 22, 2022
A terrific app that has saved us from needing to manually sort and name job photos from our laptop. We code photos by number then run a Google Appscript script to name them properly. The only negative is having the "Overwrite the file" switch on the main screen. I wish it was hidden away in the Settings, as occaisionally we've switched it on by mistake, overwriting contiguous photos with the same code. Take care with that and enjoy.
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What's new

Fixed error "camera don't work" in some devices.
- If you get this error: go to folder path and select DCIM, maybe this fix your problem.

First implementation Day-Nigth mode. Now, the old view is the dark mode view. (first implementation)