User Friendly, great basic database I find this app quite easy to use, and the remote server backup service and export capability are really appreciated. And it's free. My only negative comment is that I am constantly adding content to the database, as 50+% of my CD collection is not there, so lots of manual entry. Maybe this should get me a complimentary upgrade to the paid version?!
Needs more data fields Can't justify buying until you fix it. It needs more data fields such as composer(s) first and family names, date of recording, artist needs to be expanded to soloist (and instrument) Orchestra (musicians) conductor, someone else suggested playing time. The 3rd party scanner required is also poor, why was it necessary to force it on us. By the way, not enough standard categories: the history of music goes a lot further back than the 20th Century!
My Music Organizer I actually want to rate this app a 2.5. My reasons for this are the same as the comments that Neil Stewart wrote on May 18, 2015. I'm sure that I can find a much better app that will automatically populate the music information and save me time with the database of my music collection.
needs improvement barcode scanner - used external app which is a joke - recognize only title. no artist, no genre, no issue use... inconvenient. to update this data musky I do not need such apk, can use any database
Ok but disappointing data Looking for an app to take the work out of caataloguing my CD collection. I tried this, it worked OK, scanned a few CDs but the data quality and level of detail added was minimal - just album title and the artist - sadly even this needed editing - separating the album title from the artist. The album cover was added but no other detail such as dates or running time in the CDs was provided. The app required another barcode scanner to be installed even though I had a good one installed already. That seemed unnecessary.
Has potential... The app is based around manual entry of a music collection using barcodes - either scanned or typed in. While manageable for small collections or if you're just starting, for those with large collections it's a big turn off. Ideally, would be great if future versions of the app could i) scan your phone and any other hard drives on your home wifi network and catalogue the music files it finds, and ii) allow you to add other non-digitised music by browsing an online database.
- Added Import Music from .CSV file
- fixed backup/export format bug
- Added location field
- Fixed Search crash
- Fixed Import bug
- Fixed Barcoade search
- Added format icons
- (FINALLY) Restore/Import should now update an item if the info is newer instead of always adding for those synching between different devices like phones and tablets(Android only)
- Can now type in barcode instead of just scanning with camera
- Fixed barcode scanning bug
- Improved Tablet UI