Automatically catalog book, music and video collections. No data entry required - Windows Shareware $40.
The easiest, fastest way to catalog your books, music and videos. Nothing else comes close. Have a large collection? The unique Readerware auto-catalog feature lets you feed in a list of ISBNs, LCCNs, UPCs or barcode scans. Readerware then does the rest, automatically searching the web and cataloging your books, music and videos. Readerware can merge information from multiple web sites to build the most complete database possible, with cover art.
Readerware 2.984 1-Nov-07 English 31.3 MB
Automatically and effortlessly. Want to catalog a few items or build your database while you browse the web? Readerware drag and drop support will do just that. Find a new CD by a favorite artist? Drag from your browser and drop on Readerware. It is cataloged! It really is that easy. Palm OS support means you can take your database with you wherever you go. This download contains 3 products: Readerware - The easiest, fastest way to catalog your books. From a few books to thousands, It will automatically catalog your library complete with cover art. ReaderwareAW - The easiest, fastest way to catalog your CDs. It will automatically catalog your collection complete with full track information and cover art. No need to keep loading CDs into your drive, just enter the UPC or scan the barcode. ReaderwareVW - The easiest, fastest way to catalog your videos. It will automatically catalog your collection, complete with full credits and cover art. And not just DVDs but video tapes and LaserDiscs as well.
Free barcode readers available.
|Books Video Cd Dvd Collectors Catalog. Inventory Barcode Cuecat Library Isbn Automation Upc Music Required.|| Readerware|
- Shareware Download from Martin Warnett
- Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 3.x, WinNT 4.x, Win2000, WinXP, Win2003, WinVista
- Expires after 30 program starts
- Install and Uninstall
- Minor Update
- Changes since the last release: Leopard & Vista compatibility improvements
- Requirements: Pentium class machine, 32 MB of RAM, 50 MB of free disk space