Discollector is an application to create and manage your music collection. It uses the very popular (and free!) Discogs service to store your collection data and to search and retrieve exhaustive album information to add to your collection. It is the easiest way to manage your Discogs collections on-the-go!
Discollector allows you to keep your collection with you without a connection to the internet. After your initial load, you can browse without a connection.
Discollector will allow you to add to your Discogs collection using an integrated bar code scanner. This will make adding your collection to Discogs quick and easy!
Discollector organizes your collection using a streamlined interface that's perfect for the iPhone / iPod Touch.
Batch information loading:
After downloading your collection, you can front-load all of the details of the items and their cover art thumbnails for quicker data retrieval. If you don't want to do this, you don't have to. This is handy for cellular data connections because you only load what you need.
Discollector is aware of all of the data from your collection, including folders, custom fields, and ratings.
Take your wish list and collection with you:
Don't you hate it when you go to a record store, and don't have quick access to your Discogs wishlist? Now you will, and you can add while you are there using the release search and/or bar code scanner. Having your collection in your pocket can also help you avoid buying duplicate copies of an album.
Print / email your catalog:
Discollector will print your catalog to a compatible AirPrint printer. If you want to send it to somebody, you can share a PDF copy as well!
Syncs with changes made on the Discogs web site:
Any changes you make on the Discogs website will appear in Discogs by simply pressing the "refresh" button. Anything that was removed will be removed, and anything that was added will be added.
If you have multiple user accounts on Discogs, that's OK. You can add all of your accounts to Discollector, and easily switch between them.