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Bookpedia is a Mac program that comes in handy to anyone who is dealing with a large book collection and wants to easily catalog it. This desktop utility is also a quicker alternative to searching for book information online from your default web browser.
The tool features a straightforward interface, allows you to sort your books into groups, and enables you to import and export book inventory data with just a few clicks. What's more, it's packed with an effective search tool that helps you immediately find missing book information and import it into your inventory.
Another thing I like about this program is that it provides you with a simple way to manage wishlists and monitor which books you borrowed to your friends or family members. Bookpedia will even send you an email when the person you borrowed books fails to return them at the defined time and date.
To be honest, I can't find a single bad thing to say about this utility. It does exactly what's being said on the homepage of the developer, works 100%, and is very intuitive. Plus, it comes at an affordable price.
So, I can't find any reasons why you shouldn't give Bookpedia a try and use it to inventory your book collection.
- Helps you immediately find book info
- You can export the stored info to various file formats
- Provides you with detailed statistics
- Helps you store info about the books you borrowed or wish to acquire
- Couldn't find any disadvantages