MyStuff2 Pro - Home Inventory and Database
By Rick Maddy
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It's now easier than ever to keep track of all your stuff. Organize your collections, music, movies, books, video games, electronics, wine lists, jewelry, appliances, office supplies, or anything else in your possession with this easy to use but powerful database and inventory application.
NOTE: See "MyStuff2 Lite" so you can try before you buy. The free version has a limit of 15 items. Also see MyStuff2 (upgradable through in-app purchases).
MyStuff2 allows you to get organized. Avoid buying something you already have. Make it easy to find your stuff. Be prepared in case of theft, fire, or flood.
Data entry is made easy with barcode scanning and Amazon integration, autofill, quick copy, and bulk editing.
User definable categories allow you to keep track of what you want and how you want it. MyStuff2 comes with sample categories to get you started quickly but you can set it up any way you desire to fit your needs.
Here is a small list of things you can keep track of:
• Movie collection
• Music collection
• Video Games
• Coin collection
• Stamp collection
• Wine Cellar
• Garage Sales / Estate Sales
• Toy collection
• Product Inventory
• Anything you want to organize
Maintain multiple, independent databases of information.
Automatically sync your data between devices and/or with other users.
Import existing data from other applications using CSV files, Excel (xlsx) and Open Document (ods) spreadsheet files.
Transfer data into or out of MyStuff2 using your own computer, email, iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, ftp, other apps, or other iOS devices.
You can export your data as CSV files, PDF reports, or Excel (xlsx) and Open Document (ods) spreadsheet files.
Email data to yourself or others. View data in other apps installed on your iOS device.
Print reports of your data using AirPrint.
Built-in backup and restore ensures you always have a copy of your data.
User defined actions allow you to keep track of various item events. Examples include donating, lending, selling, using, or repairing.
Quickly find your items using MyStuff2's powerful filtering, searching, and sorting capabilities.
MyStuff2 allows you to enter the following types of data:
• Text (single-line)
• Calculated (formula)
• Contact (Address Book)
• Decimal (e.g. 3.14)
• Duration (hour, minute, second)
• Email Address
• Integer (e.g. 42)
• Location (GPS, address, map)
• Note (multi-line)
• Phone Number
• Term (year, month, day)
• Toggle (Yes/No, On/Off, etc.)
• Voice Memo
• Web Address (URL)
• Lookup List (user defined list of values)
Store up to 30 images for each of your items.
Add file attachments to your items. View and export the attachments.
Share your data with others. Email lists to co-workers or friends and family. Other users of MyStuff2 can import your shared data directly simply by opening the email attachment.
Customize item lists to display exactly the data you want to see. Apply colors to categories, actions, or individual items to make them stand out.
See a summary of the item list you are viewing. Shows item count, totals, and averages of your data.
Protect access to your data with a passcode. Keep others out of your data. You can also passcode protect individual categories.
Please visit http://www.maddysoft.com/iphone/mystuff to see a complete set of screen shots, additional information, and contact information for "MyStuff2".
NOTE: If you have any issues please contact support. Problems can't be fixed if they are not reported.
Supports TextExpander touch snippet expansion. Supports Camera+ for image editing and photo taking.
The free 'pic2Shop' app can be used for barcode scanning in place of MyStuff2's built-in barcode scanning.
What's New in Version 4.0.5
Changes - All Devices
• Prevent two locations from having the same name.
Bug Fixes - All Devices
• Fixed some possible issues caused by having two or more locations with the same name.
• Fixed possible inability to launch the Maps app from a GPS location in a Location field.
• Fixed possible issue changing a Location attribute's GPS format.
• Fixed issues entering values into Phone Number fields.
• When browsing item pictures, ensure pictures are sorted the same as the item list.
• Fixed some other stability issues.
Bug Fixes - iPhone/iPod touch only
• Fixed possible crash scanning a second barcode in multi-add mode.
Great inventory app but…
MyStuff2 outclasses the 5 other inventory apps that I tried. It's problem is that with all of its power comes some complexity. There is a learning curve to get it organized just the way you wanted to, but the sweet thing is that it is very customizable. One has to create categories if they are not already present (it comes with numerous preformatted categories for your use) and this takes a little thought up front. But once you create a category you can use it across all of your databases. For instance let's say you create a "Clothes" category. Then you would add attributes like the name, size, color, etc. and you could create groups like shirts, pants, dresses, shoes, etc. Taking "shoes" you could have subgroups for "shoes" like heels, flats, sandals, etc. and those subgroups could have subgroups etc. But you don't have to be this granular. You could just dump everything into "Clothes" and call it good.
Likewise you can create locations with many sub levels. You can have something as simple as the "Bedroom" or something like "Box" – "Second Shelf" – "Closet" – "Bedroom" it's all up to you.
Bottom line is that if you put in a little time learning how to use it you will have the best inventory program around.
I feel like such an idiot but I need help. I bought this app to do a pantry inventory in hopes I could expand it to include other home inventories over time. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to get it to do what I need. What I want is a simple list of all the items I have and their quantities. It would be great if I could break it up into categories, like canned beans, canned fruit, etc. and get a notification when something gets down to a quantity of 1 or 2 so I know to add it to my grocery list. But I need to be able to back out and view it as 1 complete list at times also, if possible. If someone is familiar with this app and is able to send me a flowchart of how to set this up, I would REALLY appreciate it. Thanks!
This is a beautiful app and appears to be able to handle very complex lists. The problem is with me, not the app.
This app is "growing" on me. The more I use it, and learn how to use more advanced features, the more I like it. One can start with more basic features, and still get use from this. There is a learning curve for fancier functions.
Yesterday I created a database for our big and small freezers. I created food "groups" and color coded them. I have an "attribute" for date entered freezer, and quantity. I sent completed list to email, opened the .csv file and saved as Excel spreadsheet. Then I worked it a bit to arrange. Next step - print. I will keep copy next to freezers.
Just now my husband removed freezer items, so I popped open this app and adjusted the inventory of each item. Can't tell you how great it feels to manage the freezer better!
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- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Dec 14, 2014
- Version: 4.0.5
- Size: 29.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Richard Maddy
- © Rick Maddy 2012-2014
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
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