Excellent application The easiest to use I have encountered. Suits my needs. Only 'complaint' is Contacts don't transfer intact when backed up and restored, and become crossed over with other contacts. Still worth 5 stars IMO.
Its a good app for tracking data But exporting is very difficult. Sync requires money and still has 20 GB limit. I would like to export the data and pictures in a format that anyone can view what i list with ease. I would also like to send this list to an iOS device if possible.
Excellent Works very well. Made up a custom database for my work. Backup and restore from sd card work well, though I always make sure I've got a backup in cloud storage also. Dont know what all the negative reviews are for. If you're the sort of person who needs instructions on how to breathe, then maybe it's not for you!
Useful, versatile app. This app is a fantastic alternative to using convoluted spreadsheets to track a bunch of stuff. It immediately became one of the most useful apps on my phone after I set up a databases to record my expenses and another one for my business. It's fun and very involving to set up and though there are some minor bugs and several missing features right now, I have high hopes for its success. It syncs with Google Drive and Sheets too, which is just icing on the cake. I highly recommend it.
Favorite app ever! If you love Excel, you'll love this! This app is awesome! It's only limited by your imagination since you can make lists for absolutely everything. This is like a more fun/easy on the go version of Excel. You have multiple sort options, cloud syncing, color choices, etc. Tablet version is gorgeous! Completely customizable. I also recommend the $10 upgrade if you love it. It's very much worth it (and unlike with monthly subscription fees, it's a one time purchase for all your devices)! The only downside is I want to itemize everything I own!
Also has a TRULY Unique Second Ability! OK, first assume all the positive comments from the other reviews : ditto to them! Now the Second Use is to think of its functionality in reverse. Meaning, instead of a database originator, it is a one-of-a-kind spreadsheet / data viewer / "visualizer" for your Google Sheets. It can be tricky to setup, but you can design a Memento file as a clearer, more organized ... FORM for the existing G Sheet. Also, you can use Google Forms to design one or more easy to use forms for clients / classmates to use with limited field access, and NO access (if you need for confidentiality) to the full db or Google Sheet or your Memento db. AND all this (Memento, Google Sheets, Google Forms) still happily Syncs together across any device anywhere. It takes some fiddling to get this to work, and always try it first with backups or test files, but it does work. OK bye now.
* Now encrypted libraries can be uploaded to cloud.
* Better autofill for data fields from the Internet. Data searches can now be done by object name. The following new data sources for autofill are now supported: Google Books, musicbrainz.org (albums and artists), themoviedb.org (movies and tv)
* It's now possible to create a library copy with all records, or only a copy of the structure.