Track your reading to earn incentives at your library and stay motivated to read more.
Scan barcodes to quickly add titles to your Log.
Reading Session Timer
Record reading sessions to keep track of what you’re reading.
View totals and averages of your time spent reading and titles read.
Manage each member of your family’s reading log and view their stats.
- Redesign logging experience.
- Add log by days, pages or minutes.
- Add quick log books as complete.
- Minor bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Great start, needs UI improvements
Love that my library is using an app now for books tracking! Love the barcode scanner too. Updates are needed: if a book has a reading log, we need the option to hit a checkmark or swipe to say it’s completed. Example: My library did a program by pages in the summer, so we didn’t mark any books as completed since we were re-reading a lot. Now we are doing a program with lifetime books completed and I have to enter a new log to have the option to mark a title as completed. Also: you have to tap in the exact right spot to add text, it’s not intuitively the whole line or the title for logging past readings. That’s frustrating.
I feel like there are lots more ways to make it easier to log and edit. Every log should be able to count for pages or time or books completed vs picking one and that log can only be used that way. Etc. keep working on it! Love the concept!!
I like a lot of things about it, and most effective is being able to add all members of my family while logging a reading session, but I wish I could do that when logging a past reading session instead of having to add the same book to each members individual log, I also wish that when I mark a book as completed to send to archive it would do that for each member that is part of that reading session, again instead of having to archive each one separately for each family member later. But I love how easy it is to keep track of all the books we read together as a family!
Good so far
I really like this app, but I wish I could add the number of pages I’ve read instead of going to the actual website. You see, my library reading program looks at pages read, not books read, so it’d be a lot easier and a lot more convenient to just log the amount of pages read in a session. Other than that, wonderful app! I love seeing what I’ve read and how often.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.