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The LibraryThing app allows LibraryThing members to catalog and browse their collections. LibraryThing is focused on books, but you can add most media, including books, DVDs and CDs. LibraryThing relies on data from Amazon, and over 65 million library records. Add books by searching for them or scanning their ISBN barcode with the camera. Add high-resolution cover photos of your books with the cover editor and browse your books by cover type to find copies that need better covers.
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This app is incredible, has about 96% of the features I want (including a bunch I didn't even know I wanted!), And makes it very simple to add books. However, the rest of the features (I.e. adding catalogues, tagging, etc) are very cumbersome to access. You can't do it right from the app, it opens a web based window which is difficult to navigate, with tiny text, and pop up windows that move outside your field of view. One last feature I'd love to see (besides editing catalogues and tagging from within the app) is Library due dates. You can add which library you borrow a book from, and can add dates for when you received it, read it and finished it. But I wish you could add the return date, and possibly even receive a notification. Adding a sliding scale showing the percentage read when returned would be cool too. Despite these issues, this is one of the best inventory apps I've come across, and therefore I'm still giving it 4 stars. I'd immediately jump it up to 5 if I could edit book details and add/reorder catalogues from within the app. Thanks for the great app, looking forward to future updats!
My personal home library consists of hardback books, paperback books, DVDs, VHS tapes, CDs, etc. I would like to see the ability to add different categories in this app. The BIGGEST issue I have had so far is the app dropping off entries. I scan and save an item but when I look for it later, it isn't listed anymore. This is becoming a huge issue as my library grows and I depend on this app to know what I have and what I still need. Update: I had to delete all of our (~2k) movies out of LT, because the list was never completely accurate. I have downloaded another app to track our collections of everything but books. The updates that this app DESPERATELY needs are: ability to personalize categories, a loaned to tracker, and the ability to see more detail, such as whether a book is a paperback, hardback or ebook. Developers — PLEASE listen to your customers! We are willing to pay for a PRO version with these features!
This is *the* catalogue app for book nerds; the amount of data that can be entered is insane. I have just enough old/rare books that entering them manually in something like Delicious Library is a hassle; LibraryThing handles them all with aplomb. Also users of the mobile app apparently get a free unlimited membership, which is also rockin (if a bit worrying about how they manage to stay in business). I wish it was a bit more touch friendly when editing metadata, and had the option to cache my catalog offline so I can check it without needing service, but it works excellently otherwise.
This app is very good for bibliophiles. The amount of information and flexibility of submitting book covers or jackets is better than most apps. I have two major concerns: the cataloguing datasets, though extensive, are limited with older imprints. The addition of another database such as OCLC Classify would be helpful for those of us with extensive libraries which use DDC or LCCN numbers. Also, for those of us with extensive libraries already catalogued in more limited apps, a .csv import feature would be welcome instead of having to scan each book again into the Lubrary Thing database. Otherwise, this is a nice program for my use. And you can’t beat the price: free.
Love that I can keep track of all the books I own, especially because I don’t have the space to keep them all displayed!! The only thing I wish you could do was rename or add a category and also delete some if you don’t want them. Otherwise it’s great and so easy to use. Love all I have to do is scan the barcode and there it is, and also the light feature is great as well!! I just added 20 books in less than 5 minutes!!!!
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Last update was at Jun 14, 2021and the current version is 1.1.0.
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