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Cataloging apps?

Postby Diabolical » Mon May 01, 2017 10:22 pm

Has anyone used or seen a decent app for cataloging comics or dvd/blu-ray (or any collection)?

I've fallen so far behind on cbdb that it'll be like starting over. Plus, it'd be nice to have my have/want lists it handy on an app.
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Re: Cataloging apps?

Postby Tom Foolery » Tue May 02, 2017 1:11 am

Every app I've ever looked at has a max capacity which I surpassed long ago. It'd be like 2500 or 5000 or whatever. I haven't looked recently though.
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Re: Cataloging apps?

Postby Ran » Thu May 04, 2017 6:01 pm

Whatever happened to that one website that the other site was working on? I cataloged a bunch of DVDs, McFarlane sports figures, and other stuff on that site. I think they did something to it that made it super slow and blew away most of my stuff.


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