Book List Library ISBN Scanner

Book List Library ISBN Scanner

By iCollect

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2011-11-03
  • Current Version: 6.5.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 42.65 MB
  • Developer: iCollect
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,361 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Book List Library ISBN Scanner App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 1,361 Reviews
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Book List Library ISBN Scanner App Description

Catalog and list all of your books. Built-in UPC ISBN barcode book collection scanner. Manage a classroom library, eBooks, hardcover, softcover, and more! View information, cover, and add personal details. *** Also look for our apps on the iPad! *** Uses barcode scanning, database search and manual barcode entry. Here are just a handful of the features you get with this app: - Create a free account and store your books collection list in the cloud online. Access from any iOS device any time! - Syncs directly with https://www.sortitapps.com/ so you can manage your collection online at any computer! - Create a Wishlist of existing and new books that you'd like to eventually own. - Filter an Sort on any field of information within a book. - A coverflow view to see all of your books when you turn your device sideways. - Sort with the words The and A in the title. - Library or List views. View your collection as you'd see it on a wall. - Add your person details to a book: Loaned To, Purchase Price, Storage Location, etc. - Edit any book details that are incorrect. All of our data is user driven so correct it as need and it will fix it for everyone! - Support for all countries, authors, publishers, and more. - High resolution cover art for each book. - Full barcode scanning (10 items free, then in-app purchase). - Bulk Scanning to add your books to the application even quicker (in-app purchase). - Shake to select a random item in your collection. - Offline viewing of collection, export your collection, extra themes, and more! (in-app purchases) Check out other apps by Sort It Apps / iCollect to manage most any collection you own. Like Discogs for books! Better than Collectorz, Delicious Library, Book Crawler, Book Buddy and the rest.

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App Reviews

  • Not sure of the value.

    2
    By Max4414
    Only nine titles scanned unless you pay the $9.99.
  • Well worth the money!!!

    4
    By Tsimpson123
    As a teacher, I have A LOT of books! The only reason I am not giving this app 5 stars is because I can not search by author.
  • My review

    2
    By masser1234567
    It is good but when I was using the camera scan just fine now it ain’t letting me use it. It just keeps bring up the pro thing
  • Awful waste of money

    1
    By Cheer-io
    I paid $9.99 for the full version. Within 2 weeks my password all of the sudden stopped working. I changed the password. Didn't work. Contacted customer support and they sent me a link to again change my password. Again didn't work. I wasted $9.99 for an app that doesn't work. I want my money back!!!
  • I like it, but some annoying things

    3
    By Bebop103189
    I really love the idea of this app. I love that I can list all the books I have on here and organize them by when I last read them. A couple of annoying things though: 1.) You have to manually put in the ISBN of each book which can be tedious. When I tried the camera option, it just told me that the ISBN might belong to another book and to manually put it in anyway. Also, if you are able to capture the ISBN image, there is a small limit to how many books you can add that way. Then they want you to pay $9.99 for unlimited. That is an absurd amount of money as you can continue to manually input them. 2.) Some of the author’s names or book titles are put in strangely so they are out of order when you try to organize them by name or author. For example, Harry Potter #7 author name is K.J, Rowling, so it’s not included with my J.K Rowling section which is super annoying. Also, you can’t edit it without paying that ungodly amount of $9.99. Otherwise, I’m enjoying the app. I use this one as well as the movie app.
  • Irritating

    5
    By mrsbasil
    Unable to add more than 9 books to my app. It just wants me to buy the $10 app. There isn’t a way to get rid of the option. 🤬
  • Don’t buy, not worth it

    1
    By °j°m
    Pay to use. Of course
  • Not good for long term.

    1
    By Zdtp1740
    Can’t log on. Haven’t been able to for over a week. Changing password does not work. The app was good. I don’t what happened.
  • Wonderful App!

    5
    By Geek Lord
    I'm a huge collector, and the sort it apps are the best. I absolutely love them! They keep my various, huge, collections organized. If you are a collector sort it apps are a must have.
  • Great app, but needs some tweaks

    4
    By Jedi Mike
    This is an excellent and easy-to-use app for cataloguing one’s library. The scan works well, and I like that the app recognizes that certain barcodes may not be unique to a particular book (as sometimes happens with mass-market paperbacks) and will warn you before just “guessing “ a title. Scanning is generally quick as well, as is the manual search by ISBN function (for items that don’t have a barcode). One cool feature I haven’t seen elsewhere (at least on a mobile library catalogue / database app) is the ability to add a back cover image in addition to the front cover image. It’s not an essential feature for every item or for every user, but it’s still great to have the option. There are a couple of quirks that could stand some improvement, however. If you scan a book in the app’s database that has an author listed with a middle initial, the app will sometimes think the middle initial is part of the author’s last name, which screws up alphabetical sorts by author. Yes, you can go in and fix this manually, but it’s a bit of an annoyance that one needs to do that— the program should recognize automatically that an initial with a period after it belongs within the “first name” field, not the “last name” field. Another quirk is that although multiple authors can be listed for an item, only a single editor can be listed in the “editor” field (unless you list them in the author field instead). A minor annoyance… but still unnecessary. Another oddity: although there is a field for publication date, it is impossible to enter only a year of publication without designating a month and day as well. That’s fine if one knows the actual date a book was published, but usually only the year appears on the copyright page, and since the original publication date isn’t in the database entry for any books I’ve scanned so far, I either have to falsify/ guess a book’s day & month of publication or I have to leave any date at all out of the item’s record. I’d like to be able to put in JUST the year! A few missing fields that would make the app better for me are: purchase / retail price, current value, Library of Congress catalog number, & current location of item. I have no objection to entering this info manually for the relevant item(s)— I just want a field in which to put the info! I hope the developer will incorporate some of the improvements or fixes I mentioned above because the “full version” app is not exactly inexpensive at $9.99— and at that price the quirks / annoyances really need to be fixed for the app to deserve a 5-Star rating. Nonetheless, this app is a worthwhile purchase, especially if you have a large collection you wish to catalogue and you want to have the info readily available on your mobile device.

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