Was the best organizer for me. Edit: New device, can't import the info in any fashion. Text file, Dropbox, GDrive and so on. Nothing works to import data. Start import, crash. Guess I'll have to find something else. Pity, liked it so much I bought it. But it's useless to me if I can't move the data to a new device.
One of the better apps but currently lacks pc support I properly exported everything before I did a wipe on my phone. I even exported to Google drive too. I can even see the docs on Google drive so I know they were backed up correctly. Now I can't import from Google drive. REVISED: I decided to spend the afternoon and re add my library. It was only a couple hundred items. However I did reach out to the developer which replied back to help. At which point I had already manually readded everything. But that was cool that he responded to help
Missing Features I see no way of entering UPC codes or track lists in music section -- even after purchasing Unlocker feature still not found! Does anyone know how to add this information - it would be greatly appreciated if anyone knows how. Otherwise this would have been given a higher rating.
No support All was good till I brought this app. Keeps crashing and no support. I emailed and no reply back after 3 days and counting. Don't buy this app. You will be sorry because I am. When he email me and fix this issue' then I'll raise my review
Importing is far too convoluted I wanted to import my boardgamegeek collection. I kept getting errorsso went to the help and the instructions were so convoluted I gave up. Having to rename a file to something specific, and connect your phone to your PC, just to import a file, is ridiculous.
Needs work Can't rotate manually uploaded photos, can't search for Australian books (there are some great ones that just won't scan!) Can't confirm book details while scanning, and can't take a photo of a cover from the app. Would also LOVE to see an option to add manually straight from the ISBN numbers that defect.
* Fix existing tags from displaying in tag list (Thanks, James Armes!)