Mac App Store

Mac App Store is the simplest way to find and download apps for your Mac.

To download My Movies Free from the Mac App Store, you need a Mac with OS X 10.6.6 or later. Learn More.

My Movies Free

By Binnerup Consult

Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.


My Movies for Mac OS X allows you to catalog your entire movie collection from our high quality online data service containing data for more than 875,000 DVD, Blu-ray and HD DVD titles from various countries. If you have one or more titles that is not in our service, you can easily create it and contribute it to the service.

My Movies for Mac OS X Free is your chance to evaluate the full feature set of My Movies for Mac OS X Pro. This free version contains limits for collections with more than 50 titles, but otherwise contains the full feature-set of My Movies for Mac OS X Pro.

If you have more than 50 titles, there will be restrictions such as no preview window, no personal data editing, and dimmed covers on titles above number 50. You can add, edit and contribute an unlimited amount of titles.

You can use My Movies for Mac OS X as a standalone product, or use it as along with our mobile application softwares for iPhone, iPad or Android, allowing you to keep your movie collection synchronized between clients.

Notice that My Movies for Mac OS X does not function as a client for our Windows based server software packages.

My Movies for Mac OS X requires you to create a user account, or log on to an existing My Movies account to be able to use the program. Your collection will follow your user account through our online servers, allowing you to switch between different clients without ever losing your data - we have clients available for Mac OS X, Windows, iPhone, iPad and Android. If you log in to an existing My Movies account, your current collection will automatically be synchronized to your computer.

You can within the program activate an online collection website of your movie collection, allowing you to send friends and family a website that allows them to browse your entire collection.

With My Movies for Mac OS X, you can keep track of movies you own, previously have owned, rented or movies you wish to purchase. Never again will you have to purchase or rent a movie twice.

Notice! If you have a problem or a suggestion, please contact us on We are unable to help you with problems if you only leave a comment on the application store. The quality and stability of the application is our top priority, and we will happily help you with any problem you might have.

Feature list:

- Add by barcode search, title search, manual entry or camera scan.
- Add to different groups (Owned, Wished and more).
- Set purchase details (price, place and more).
- Personalize with location, tags, notes, rating and more.
- Browse with list, shelf/wall or CoverFlow views.
- Detail view with synopsis, full cast list, audio tracks, subtitles and much more.
- High quality front and back covers.
- Watch trailers.
- Search collection.
- Multiple sort options.
- Advanced filtering.
- Integration with Facebook and Twitter.
- Loan titles to contacts and keep track.
- Online title collection to share with family and friends (
- Collection statistics with title and/or person count.
- Use same collection on multiple devices with automatic online sync.
- Automatic profile update for latest and most accurate data.
- Easily create and contribute missing titles to our service.
- Report incorrect data to our staff.
- Create PDF report of collection.
- Import collection from other applications such as Delicious Library, Movie Collector, DVD Profiler and DVDPedia.
- Integrates VLC player for playback of titles located on local storage.

What's New in Version 1.38

Notice! If you are having problems after an update, please contact us on, where we will be able to help you.

This version fixes a few incoming crashes


Screenshot 1
Screenshot 2
Screenshot 3
Screenshot 4
Screenshot 5

Customer Reviews

Good Application Dragged Down by Bad Database Priorities

I have been using MyMovies on iPhone and Mac OS X for nearly two years. I have some problems with the system, but first, I recommend the program for several reasons:

Your data is stored and viewable on the web. This service is completely free if you load it all at once, but you need one of their apps to change it. If you have all your titles catalogued by UPC code, you can try loading the list at their website to get a good feel of how well the program will work for you.

Phone app is cheap and you can earn points by submitting data to get the “Pro” Mac app for free too (basically, it becomes more capable as you add data to their database). I use the free Mac app for editing and adding scans of disc covers, but the (paid) phone app more for looking things up or adding new titles by barcode.

Because your collection is stored online, you can view it from any of their apps or the web at any time you’re online from anywhere. The apps also keep local copies cached so they work offline too (but could get out of sync).

But there are some downsides to the Mac version and the system in general:

The Mac OS app is not updated in step with the other versions. This is starting to get painful as some titles added from my phone cannot be edited from the Mac because “Another user contributed to this title with a newer version of My Movies. To contribute to this title you must upgrade My Movies.” But there is no upgrade, and I wouldn’t hold my breath for one. (This prevents me from submitting hi-res cover scans of these titles, for instance.)

Cover scan submission is iffy. The app will sometimes crash or behave in bizarre ways after importing a scan. It sometimes takes a couple of tries to submit them but it works.

The policies for database additions are woefully misguided, As long as what you need is in the database, things are fine, but most boxed sets are not in there as such so many, many movie titles will not show up in your collection. Adding a boxed set is far too difficult, It should be super easy to say that a barcode is associated with multiple titles and fix other problems later, but it’s not, so people just do not submit boxed sets and the data, the apps, and the users suffer for it.

Having anything- even the wrong movie- associated with a barcode is better than nothing because at least the item will get added to your collection when you scan it. If there’s nothing for the code, you have to manually enter it or remember to try to rescan later. Again, the amount of data required to submit a new title can be a deterrent for some people so the database grows slower than it should.

Since I started using this program, I have submitted every new single-movie title that didn’t scan on the phone from the Mac version and had great success (I have over 2000 points). I have tried to add or correct many boxsets and have had more than half (and all the larger ones) rejected or cause the Mac app to crash during the submission process. I’ve tried hard to do my part and submit things, but the software and database moderators make it too difficult. I have literally hundreds of movies that don’t show up in My Movies because the boxes are just stubs. That’s a serious enough problem that I cannot completely endorse any version of their app because they all use the same database. Even so, the free or phone versions are worth the price for people needing to catalog video collections- and these database issues may clear up in time.

My Movies Free
View in Mac App Store
  • Free
  • Category: Reference
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.38
  • Size: 11.1 MB
  • Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
  • Seller:

Compatibility: OS X 10.6.8 or later, 64-bit processor

Customer Ratings

Current Version:
All Versions:

More by Binnerup Consult