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Topic # 160634 14-Jan-2015 10:23
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I'm looking for an android app to manage a large DVD/Bluray collection (200+ discs).
Needs to run on:  Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S3 and/or Asus Google Nexus 7 (original 2012 model).

I've found a really good app for managing book collection: Book Catalogue by Evan Leybourn (avail via Play store) but haven't yet found anything anywhere near as good for DVDs.

Desired features:
- add a title by scanning barcode using device camera (doing a title search would be second option)
- lookup a central database and retrieve title / other details of DVD
- track titles lent out to friends/family

I need something I can lookup when I'm out shopping to prevent buying duplicates!

Has anyone used a good DVD collection app they would recommend?

Cheers
Tim

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  Reply # 1214625 14-Jan-2015 11:11
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  Reply # 1215273 15-Jan-2015 09:10
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This is what you're after mate. Has all the features you're after, including bar code scanning.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bluray.android.mymovies&hl=en


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