MacNews Category Review: comic collection software
This MacNews Category Review looks at comic collection software for Mac OS X. Products covered include Booxter, ComicBookLover, Comics and The Missing Sync.
[url=http://www.deepprose.com/]Booxter[/url] is an application that helps you manage your collections of books, music, movies, and comic books. You can add items by scanning barcodes with an iSight video camera, a Bluetooth wireless or USB scanner, or just drag and drop the URLs from the web directly into Booxter. Information is retrieved from dozens of different online sources worldwide. You can use smart lists and filters to manage your collection the way you like and print to a variety of formats such as XML, HTML, BibTeX, MLA, labels and more. You can export your items to your iPod to carry with you.
[url=http://www.bitcartel.com/comicbooklover/]ComicBookLover[/url] lets you view, collect, and organize digital comic books. You can browse cover art, edit information quickly, and view comics in full-screen mode. ComicBookLover supports CBZ and CBR comic archives.
[url=http://www.xidiar.com/]Comics[/url] is an advanced comics organizer that allows you to take trace of your collections.
The Missing Sync
[url=http://www.maurymccown.com/]The Missing Comic[/url] application that helps comic book collectors keep track of issues missing from the titles being collected. Rather than keeping track of missing issues on paper or a spread sheet, The Missing Comic stores this information for you. With The Missing Comic, you just enter the title, enter the issues you're missing, and save it. When you need to refer to your missing issue list or remove issues you've managed to find, launch The Missing Comic and do your business. You can edit titles, update existing lists with new issues, delete issues, delete entire titles, print your missing list, check for application updates, and more.
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