The Bookcase - Book Cataloging App
By Igor Brás
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The Bookcase is made for all the book lovers. It takes the hard task of managing your ever growing book collection and makes it simpler and intuitive. With a beautiful and clean interface, The Bookcase will help you focus on what matters the most... your books!
The Bookcase is much more than a simple cataloging tool. It stands out for its versatility and ability to adapt to your everyday needs. It doesn't matter if you're a casual reader or a book fanatic, The Bookcase will deliver a consistent experience since day one.
You'll be able to track your reading habits and loans, create and share wish lists or collections, manage your book sales or even get notified when a loan is reaching overdue.
Also, you'll have at your disposal some features that make The Bookcase unique and a must have app, like the ability to quickly scan your library using the built in barcode scanner, recommend a book, easy to make bibliographies and even let The Bookcase suggest you a book to read with Shake-to-Suggest.
Give it a try and tell us what you think.
● Reading List
● Wish Lists
● Collections / Smart Collections
● Book Recommendations
● Barcode Scanner (iPhone 3GS or later, iPod touch 5th generation)
● Custom Fields
● Sharing (Wish Lists / Collections)
● Supported Bibliographic Formats (APA, BibTeX, Chicago, EndNote, MLA, RefMan)
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What's New in Version 1.0.6
Minor Bug Fixes
It's a beautiful app. The pains taken with data normalization really pays off. There are some things on my wish list for this app. Both concern the file browser. I would like to see an Open With option for txt files that would allow me to open them with Notes or Pages. I would also like for the web server's port number to not change constantly. This is a really sweet tool for producing bibliographies, and these features would ease that. HTML or rtf exports of citations would also be pretty cool.