Comic Collector reviews
My only suggestion? Make it easier to move something on my wish list to my collection on the mobile app, e.g. via a "Move to collection" menu! Thanks Alwin and guys! It's why I've been a customer for years!
With your last several revs of CC Pro, I am THRILLED to tell you that combined with even an iPhone 6 Plus (and completely ignoring my kick-ass handheld BT barcode scanner) and barry/buddy, your product makes my tasks very easy.
Overall, I've probably had to submit a handful of covers to you (hope you like my high-res scans) and I will start doing the back cover to do my part to make your database more complete. That being said, I love the native app, the low use of resources that lets me run it ALL THE TIME, and the way you continue to develop the app.
Thank you for making this very low-cost investment a thrill to use!
I'm going to get the Movies app for my mother as soon as my old MacBook Pro is back from factory recall repairs and I give it to her. She'll love it for her huge movie collection.
You are bringing joy -- thanks for being so awesome!
Once again, thank you for your assistance
Since 2006, I increased my trading card collection from a shoe box of 200 to over 20,000. The first thing I did after organizing the first 1,000 of these was obtain cataloguing software. The best has "easy" to understand input screens/processes, strong help features, robust search capability, customization for cards not currently found in the product, extensive data on variations of cards (foil, etching, auto sig, game-used memorabilia, etc.), and value information. However, I was remiss in taking the same approach to my burgeoning comics collection.
I started collecting comics in August, 2013, and have amassed over 5,000 titles (floppies, graphic novels, hardcover collections, etc.). In November, 2013, I started building an Excel workbook to try and get a handle on what I had. Thus far, I have only been able to properly catalog less than 500 items from my collection.
I downloaded the trial version of Comic Collector Pro at 6:54PM local last night. After creating a new database and entering only 10 titles, I knew THIS was THE product for me. Around 10PM, I had gone "all-in". I purchased and fired up CLZ Barry on my Samsung Note Edge, installed Buddy for Barry on my quad-core beast and proceeded to stay up until almost 3AM working on my collection. The first 56 items (only references, art collections, and graphic novel collections from "Age of Ultron" through "Blackest Night...or roughly 2.5 shelves-worth) are in and I've probably hit "Submit to Core" over a dozen times. Not because the Comic Collector Pro database is short on info but because I have the TIME and EXCITEMENT to help the great folks at Collectorz.com improve their already outstanding product.
When compared to the software I use for my trading cards, I wish THAT offering was developed by Collectorz.com. If given a choice, I would much rather have the "Submit to Core" capabilities in that program versus the link it has to valuation data. (Now, if Comic Collector Pro was linked to, say, Overstreet for monetary worth information...I'd never leave my desk!)
Oh, yeah. I did say "I had gone 'all-in'." above. I took advantage of the "Heat Wave Offer" and purchased ALL of the Collector Pro offerings. You see, my family and I have over 400 game discs, just under 1,000 movie discs, at least 500 music discs, and well over 4,000 books. I'm glad I found Collectorz.com when I did.
YOU SHOULD BUY ALL OF THEIR PRODUCTS!!!!
Love my Comic Database......and will look into the Scanner.
I came across Comic Collector at the beginning of this year and was very happy with the trial version. But remembering the problems I’d had with the previous program, I wasn’t ready to pay the purchase cost until I was sure it could handle a collection the size of mine. I e-mailed a query and got a reply from Sytske almost by return, assuring me that it could. The speed of her response impressed me – I realised that this was a company that cared about its customers rather than taking their money and forgetting about them. My order went in straight away and I am totally satisfied. I am enjoying entering my comics manually – I prefer doing it that way as I can control the amount of data against each one. I currently have more than 10,300 entered and there has been no loss of performance. If you are new to comics or an experienced long-term collector, then this program is the answer to your dreams.
Keep up the awesome work.