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Mobile app / Downloadable / Web-based
Mobile app / Downloadable / Web-based
Mobile app / Downloadable / Web-based
Mobile app / Downloadable / Web-based
Mobile app / Downloadable / Web-based

Reviews from customers

December 01, 2020
Happy 20th Anniversary
You guys are awesome and I want to thank you for all the time you spend on the apps and all the update work you all do! Also thank you for taking the time to chat with me back in July too! Keep up the amazing work and congratulations on an amazingly organized 20 years! — Ralph Skrzypczak (USA)
November 30, 2020
Customer service
I love doing business with you all. You have the best customer service! — Peggy Beatty (USA)
November 27, 2020
The best cataloging program available
I have been a huge fan of the Collectorz series for a very long time. I find it the best cataloging program available and use it constantly to keep track of the books I have read and the movies we own. When I have had issues, the customer service has been awesome! — Joleen Carlson (USA)
November 26, 2020
Keeping track of my collections
I wanted to say thanks for the great service and products, these databases have been excellent for keeping track of my Comic and Movie collection. — David Maggs (United Kingdom)
November 24, 2020
Awesome
Worked perfectly. Thanks so much. Collectorz customer service is second to none. — Mark Gabriel (New Zealand)
November 19, 2020
You have been most helpful, knowledgeable and prompt with your help. Five stars for your service. I really appreciate someone who gets back with you and is patient. — Michael (USA)
November 13, 2020
Customer service
Great app, even better customer service! — Travis Kleinknecht (USA)
November 07, 2020
The best customer support
Thank you for your fast reply. Your customer support really is the best I've ever seen. And I can tell you that your advice worked. No more errors!
Awesome work. Thanks again. — Jouko Tuisku (Finland)
October 14, 2020
High standards of customer service
Your exemplary ethics and high standards of customer service are highly commendable and I appreciate your product and your business very much. I thank you so much for that! Every time I contact you, I get the response immediately, and it is always helpful! You had a good product from the very beginning, but that product is also coupled with supreme customer service. No wonder you stay in business for long and grow and improve! — Tamara Dinev (USA)
October 02, 2020
Thanks!
I have no problem with any of the softwares that I use (Comic, Game, Movie and Music Collector). I'm writing a personal email just to wish the best to all the team now that the 2nd wave of the virus has hit your country.
I also want to thank all the team for your continued work at home. I will continue to support your company for years to come!
Thanks to everyone! — Robert Ménard (Canada)

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Latest Collectorz.com news

Comic Collector (Windows)

v21.0: Add by Issue, Update Values report and a new Missing Comics tool!

December 2nd, 2020

It is December 2, 2020, so about time for Comic Collector 21!
With this huge v21 update, we are responding to the most common feature requests we have been receiving from Comic Collector users in the past few years. This has resulted in what may be the biggest Comic Collector update in years, with 3 completely new comic specific features and 1 improvement to an existing tool.

Here’s what’s new:

New Add Issue tab in Add Comics screen

In the Add Comics screen, when searching for a comic “By Series Title”, you are sometimes getting so many series results, that it can be hard to find the exact comic you have in your hands. You may find yourself expanding series after series, to find the issue you need.

But not anymore, as today’s update will make this a lot easier: Just use the new “Add Issue” tab in the Add Comics screen to search by Series title AND Issue number in one go.
E.g. search for “iron man 17” and it will instantly show you a simple flat list of all issues 17 of matching Iron Man series.

Note that the list of matches will automatically be a lot shorter, because the results will only include the series that actually have the issue number you are looking. For example, search for “action comics 214” and it will instantly give you the exact comic you are looking for.

Update Values report

Since we introduced the Update Values from GoCollect feature, one of the most common questions we received at customer support has been:

After I update the values for my comics, is there any way I can see which comics have been updated?

So, after one year of having to say “sorry, no that is not possible”, we figured, let’s make it possible.

And of course, we went way beyond just showing which comics have been updated. As of today, after you run Update Values, you will get a nice “Updated Values” report, showing you:

  • which comics have been updated
  • their previous values and the new values
  • the value change, in green when increased, in red when decreased
  • links to GoCollect to see further historic values
  • total value changes for the updated comics and for your entire collection

Missing Comics screen

Another common request that we have been hearing from many years:

Is there any way I can find which comics I am MISSING for my series

Definitely not an easy feature to implement, because the first question immediately is “what about variants?”. If you own issue 13A, do you regard issue 13B, 13C and 13D as missing or not?

So our UI/US designed AJ and I (Alwin) sat down to design a flexible “Missing Comics” screen that gives you full flexibility to conjure up the missing comics list you are looking for.

Based on our ideas, web-developer Sven created a super-fast search engine on our servers, that can instantly return issue number lists for any series. Still not sure how he made it this fast, but you’ll definitely love the speed of this too.

Then finally, Windows developer Joe created the new Missing Comics tool that you can now find in the Tools menu of version 21. Alternatively, open it from the “Find missing comics” link next to you Have list in the details area.

Use the checkboxes and sort toggle at the top to:

  • Show or Hide missing variants.
  • Switch between a compact list and a verbose list. (the compact view lists missing comics in “ranges”.)
  • Show or Hide series that are completed already.
  • Order the missing issue lists in Ascending or Descending order.

IMPORTANT: the Missing Comics tool is a new online service that always requires an ACTIVE Comic Collector subscription.

Use the button on bottom left to generate a nice text file that you can print off, for taking with you to the store or to a show:

Improved Pre-fill screen (previously called Quick-Fill)

The Quick-Fill screen is a time-saving tool that lets you set some fields immediately when adding new comics.
In today’s update, we changed the screen to a 2-column layout and have added several fields to the screen (Grading Company, Slabbed vs Raw, Tags, plus the ability to “Auto-fill Purchase Price with Cover Price”.

Also, we have renamed the screen to “Pre-fill Comic Details” to make the purpose a bit clearer.

Completed Series folders are now hilited in blue

In the Edit Series screen, you can mark a series a “Completed”. Previously this only change the icon of the series in the folder panel, but with version 21, the program now also hi-lites the folder name in bold and blue:

Music Collector (macOS)

v20.2: Now fully Big Sur compatible

December 1st, 2020

We had tested our software on Big Sur betas before the actual Big Sur release and did not find any problems. However, as soon as Big Sur went live, users started reporting crashes in various areas of the program, mainly when syncing and after adding or editing entries.

With the help of these users, and after trying several test builds with them, we have finally resolved all known crashes, which has resulted in today’s v20.2 Big Sur compatible release.

If you are using Big Sur, we strongly recommend updating to this v20.2 version.

Finally, if you still see problems on Big Sur with this new version, please us know, so that we can fix any remaining bugs.

Movie Collector (macOS)

v20.2: Now fully Big Sur compatible

December 1st, 2020

We had tested our software on Big Sur betas before the actual Big Sur release and did not find any problems. However, as soon as Big Sure went live, users started reporting crashes in various areas of the program, mainly when syncing and after adding or editing entries.

With the help of these users, and after trying several test builds with them, we have finally resolved all known crashes, which has resulted in today’s v20.2 Big Sur compatible release.

If you are using Big Sur, we strongly recommend updating to this v20.2 version.

Finally, if you still see problems on Big Sur with this new version, please us know, so that we can fix any remaining bugs.

Comic Collector (macOS)

v20.2: Now fully Big Sur compatible

December 1st, 2020

We had tested our software on Big Sur betas before the actual Big Sur release and did not find any problems. However, as soon as Big Sure went live, users started reporting crashes in various areas of the program, mainly when syncing and after adding or editing entries.

With the help of these users, and after trying several test builds with them, we have finally resolved all known crashes, which has resulted in today’s v20.2 Big Sur compatible release.

If you are using Big Sur, we strongly recommend updating to this v20.2 version.

Finally, if you still see problems on Big Sur with this new version, please us know, so that we can fix any remaining bugs.

Book Collector (macOS)

v20.2: Now fully Big Sur compatible

December 1st, 2020

We had tested our software on Big Sur betas before the actual Big Sur release and did not find any problems. However, as soon as Big Sure went live, users started reporting crashes in various areas of the program, mainly when syncing and after adding or editing entries.

With the help of these users, and after trying several test builds with them, we have finally resolved all known crashes, which has resulted in today’s v20.2 Big Sur compatible release.

If you are using Big Sur, we strongly recommend updating to this v20.2 version.

Finally, if you still see problems on Big Sur with this new version, please us know, so that we can fix any remaining bugs.

CLZ Comics (iOS)

v6.0.3: Tweaks to Updated Values report and some fixes

November 13th, 2020

Tweaks to Updated Values report

We were not entirely happy with the new Update Values report yet, so here’s a small tweak to the screen to make the actual value *changes* stand out more:

Fixed:

  • Currency fields could contain 0.00 when they shouldn’t
  • Edit Screen: You can now directly edit existing series title / sort title again
  • Field Defaults would override information coming from Core
CLZ Games (iOS)

v6.1: New “Updated Values” report after updating values from PriceCharting

November 12th, 2020

Since we introduced the Update Values from PriceCharting feature, one of the most common questions we received at customer support has been:

After I update the values for my games, is there any way I can see which games have been updated?

So, after several years of having to say “sorry, no that is not possible”, we figured, let’s make it possible.

And of course, we went way beyond just showing which games have been updated. As of today, after you run Update Values, you will get a nice “Updated Values” report, showing you:

  • which games have been updated
  • their previous values and the new values
  • the value change, in green when increased, in red when decreased
  • total value changes for the updated games and for your entire collection

CLZ Games (Android)

v6.1: New “Updated Values” report after updating values from PriceCharting

November 12th, 2020

Since we introduced the Update Values from PriceCharting feature, one of the most common questions we received at customer support has been:

After I update the values for my games, is there any way I can see which games have been updated?

So, after several years of having to say “sorry, no that is not possible”, we figured, let’s make it possible.

And of course, we went way beyond just showing which games have been updated. As of today, after you run Update Values, you will get a nice “Updated Values” report, showing you:

  • which games have been updated
  • their previous values and the new values
  • the value change, in green when increased, in red when decreased
  • total value changes for the updated games and for your entire collection

CLZ Comics (Android)

v6.0.3: Tweaks to Updated Values report and some fixes

November 12th, 2020

Tweaks to Updated Values report

We were not entirely happy with the new Update Values report yet, so here’s a small tweak to the screen to make the actual value *changes* stand out more:

Fixed:

  • Toolbar above the Series folder could disappear on smaller screens
  • Edit Screen: You can now directly edit existing series title / sort title again
  • Field Defaults would override information coming from Core
Game Collector (Windows)

v21.0.4: Various fixes

November 11th, 2020

Fixed:

  • Edit Multiple could give an access violation
  • Edit Game could give an access violation
  • Edit Multiple would set the Completeness field to N/A
  • Edit Hardware: Collection Status field is now a dropdown field