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Reviews from customers

April 16, 2018
Impressive products
I just wanted to thank you again for your help in resolving my installation issue. My Collectorz.com apps are impressive products, and your diligence and professional approach was equally impressive. — James Craft (USA)
April 09, 2018
The best
Thank you very much for the amazing customer service and proving once again, why Collectorz is the best! — Erik Dudley (Canada)
April 05, 2018
Awesome products!!!
THANK YOU for auto cloud syncing!!!! You guys continue to impress with your focus on continual improvement! I use Book Collector and Music Collector on my iMac, iPad and iPhone and auto syncing is just what the doctor ordered!! Thanks so much for you continued great support of these awesome products!!!
I’m a big collector- over 2600 books and about 3000 record albums. So I rely heavily on your software to keep my collections well organized and very accessible. Plus...it’s just fun to use. Thanks for all you guys do to keep improving! — Tom DeCaro (USA)
April 04, 2018
Love this software
Love this software been using it for years and have my scanner don’t know what I would do without it best in the business. — Frank McArdle (United Kingdom)
March 22, 2018
Thanks!
I love your software......thanks for developing. — Mark Grossi (USA)
March 20, 2018
Personal touch to your Customer Service
And thank you again for the personal touch to your Customer Service. When ever I have contacted Collectorz.com I've felt like I was talking with someone who actually cares. The way you do business is so different from the way many other companies treat their customers. — Bill Emerson (USA)
March 14, 2018
Great apps
Hey CLZ! Great apps, I use 3 of them: books, movies, and comics. They have already saved me the purchase price many times over. — ?Harry Eisel? (USA)
March 02, 2018
Thanks!
Just wanted to say thanks for all the continuous product improvement and added features -- I use CLZ Books, CLZ Games, and CLZ Movies for Android to update my collections frequently and appreciate all the work you guys do! — JoN (USA)
March 01, 2018
Keeps getting better and better
Just wanted to say that the Collectorz suite just keeps getting better and better. I particularly like the way the Windows releases now make it so much easier to update all the pick lists when adding new items.
Many thanks to you and all your team. Keep up the good work! — Michael Alexander (United Kingdom)
February 14, 2018
Thank you for all your help
I would just like to thank you for all your help, this is the least stressful customer service experience I’ve ever had. — Tracy Nugent (United Kingdom)

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Latest Collectorz.com news

CLZ Movies (iOS)

v4.10: Many new sort options and a redesigned Select Sort Order screen

April 22nd, 2018

We’ve added new fields to sort on to change the order in which your movies are displayed in your list. Your movie list will adapt to sort and show the field you’re sorting on. On top of that we’ve redesigned the Select Sort Order screen to make it more clear what you’re choosing.

Open the Select Sort Order screen by tapping the menu top right, then tap “Sort order”.

All available sort fields:

  • Title
  • Release Date
  • Format, then Title (New!)
  • Runtime
  • IMDb Rating
  • Order of Entry (New!)
  • Viewing Date (New!)
  • My Rating (New!)
  • Purchase Date (New!)
  • Purchase Price (New!)
  • Current Value (New!)
  • Quantity (New!)
  • Index
  • Storage Device (New!)

All fields can be sorted either ascending or descending. Tap the field you wish to sort on, then tap “Apply” to confirm.

CLZ Games (iOS)

v4.10: Many new sort options and a redesigned Select Sort Order screen

April 19th, 2018

We’ve added new fields to sort on to change the order in which your games are displayed in your list. Your game list will adapt to sort and show the field you’re sorting on. On top of that we’ve redesigned the Select Sort Order screen to make it more clear what you’re choosing.

Open the Select Sort Order screen by tapping the menu top right, then tap “Sort order”.

All available sort fields:

  • Platform, then Title (New!)
  • Platform, then Release Date (New!)
  • Title
  • Release Date
  • Order of Entry (New!)
  • Purchase Date (New!)
  • Purchase Price (New!)
  • Price Charting Value (New!)
  • Current Value (New!)
  • Completion Date (New!)
  • My Rating (New!)
  • Quantity (New!)
  • Index
  • Storage Device (New!)

All fields can be sorted either ascending or descending. Tap the field you wish to sort on, then tap “Apply” to confirm.

CLZ Comics (iOS)

v4.10.3: Fixed a crash and highlight issue

April 19th, 2018

Fixed:

  • Add Comics: Blue highlighting of comics already in collection did not always work.
  • A crash could happen on iPhone when changing from ‘All Comics’ to ‘On Wish List’ while the series thumbnail view was open.
  • Display issue in main screen of iPad: Details view lost its contents after a canceled sync.
Movie Collector (macOS)

v18.1.2: Fixed an issue in searching

April 17th, 2018

Fixed:

  • The Add Movie screen wasn’t able to search a full title or barcode. All good now!
Comic Collector (macOS)

v18.1: New: 64-bit version of Comic Collector!

April 17th, 2018

Never a dull moment at the CLZ HQ… Here we were, working on nice improvements for our software, when suddenly… the guys at Apple had a brainwave: In their ultimate wisdom, they decided to start phasing out 32-bit applications.

Since April 12, users of macOS High Sierra are getting a “not optimized for your Mac” warning when they start a 32-bit application. Which includes the Comic Collector software for macOS πŸ™

On top of that, Apple have already stopped allowing 32-bit applications in their App Store and rumours are that they may even stop supporting 32-bit applications in a future version of macOS, requiring every application to be 64-bit!

Of course, we were already aware that Apple would be going this route some day; the rumours have been around for quite a while. So we had already been working on a 64-bit version of our software, as a “back-burner project”.

But the introduction of last week’s “not optimized” warnings suddenly made this a high-priority project. So… we dropped everything we were doing and finalized our 64-bit project. And I am happy to report:

A fully 64-bit v18.1 version of Comic Collector is available now!

Not exactly what we were planning to do this month, but hey, this is what the Update Plans are for: your guarantee that we deal with everything the world throws at us πŸ™‚

Music Collector (macOS)

v18.1: New: 64-bit version of Music Collector!

April 17th, 2018

Never a dull moment at the CLZ HQ… Here we were, working on nice improvements for our software, when suddenly… the guys at Apple had a brainwave: In their ultimate wisdom, they decided to start phasing out 32-bit applications.

Since April 12, users of macOS High Sierra are getting a “not optimized for your Mac” warning when they start a 32-bit application. Which includes the Music Collector software for macOS πŸ™

On top of that, Apple have already stopped allowing 32-bit applications in their App Store and rumours are that they may even stop supporting 32-bit applications in a future version of macOS, requiring every application to be 64-bit!

Of course, we were already aware that Apple would be going this route some day; the rumours have been around for quite a while. So we had already been working on a 64-bit version of our software, as a “back-burner project”.

But the introduction of last week’s “not optimized” warnings suddenly made this a high-priority project. So… we dropped everything we were doing and finalized our 64-bit project. And I am happy to report:

A fully 64-bit v18.1 version of Music Collector is available now!

Not exactly what we were planning to do this month, but hey, this is what the Update Plans are for: your guarantee that we deal with everything the world throws at us πŸ™‚

Book Collector (macOS)

v18.1: New: 64-bit version of Book Collector!

April 17th, 2018

Never a dull moment at the CLZ HQ… Here we were, working on nice improvements for our software, when suddenly… the guys at Apple had a brainwave: In their ultimate wisdom, they decided to start phasing out 32-bit applications.

Since April 12, users of macOS High Sierra are getting a “not optimized for your Mac” warning when they start a 32-bit application. Which includes the Book Collector software for macOS πŸ™

On top of that, Apple have already stopped allowing 32-bit applications in their App Store and rumours are that they may even stop supporting 32-bit applications in a future version of macOS, requiring every application to be 64-bit!

Of course, we were already aware that Apple would be going this route some day; the rumours have been around for quite a while. So we had already been working on a 64-bit version of our software, as a “back-burner project”.

But the introduction of last week’s “not optimized” warnings suddenly made this a high-priority project. So… we dropped everything we were doing and finalized our 64-bit project. And I am happy to report:

A fully 64-bit v18.1 version of Book Collector is available now!

Not exactly what we were planning to do this month, but hey, this is what the Update Plans are for: your guarantee that we deal with everything the world throws at us πŸ™‚

Movie Collector (macOS)

v18.1: New: 64-bit version of Movie Collector!

April 17th, 2018

Never a dull moment at the CLZ HQ… Here we were, working on nice improvements for our software, when suddenly… the guys at Apple had a brainwave: In their ultimate wisdom, they decided to start phasing out 32-bit applications.

Since April 12, users of macOS High Sierra are getting a “not optimized for your Mac” warning when they start a 32-bit application. Which includes the Movie Collector software for macOS πŸ™

On top of that, Apple have already stopped allowing 32-bit applications in their App Store and rumours are that they may even stop supporting 32-bit applications in a future version of macOS, requiring every application to be 64-bit!

Of course, we were already aware that Apple would be going this route some day; the rumours have been around for quite a while. So we had already been working on a 64-bit version of our software, as a “back-burner project”.

But the introduction of last week’s “not optimized” warnings suddenly made this a high-priority project. So… we dropped everything we were doing and finalized our 64-bit project. And I am happy to report:

A fully 64-bit v18.1 version of Movie Collector is available now!

Not exactly what we were planning to do this month, but hey, this is what the Update Plans are for: your guarantee that we deal with everything the world throws at us πŸ™‚

CLZ Comics (iOS)

v4.10.2: Fixed a crash in the Thumb View

April 16th, 2018

Fixed:

  • App could crash when the thumbnail view was active in the series folder.
  • After adding a new comic it wasn’t selected your list.
  • Illegible series names in the series list when the dark skin was enabled.
Comic Connect

Add Comics is now a pop-up screen

April 13th, 2018

A small user interface tweak today:
The Add Comics screen is now a pop-up screen that lays over your comic list.
(previously it was a separate full screen page)

Looks cooler, feels more “snappy” and while adding comics, you can actually see the new additions appear in your comic list in the background!