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MyStuff2 – Home Inventory and Database – Rick Maddy

Posted on Thursday, April 5, 2012 in Productivity
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MyStuff2 – Home Inventory and Database

Rick Maddy



Genre: Productivity



Price: $4.99



Release Date: July 22, 2011


It's now easier than ever to keep track of all your stuff. Organize your collections, music, movies, books, video games, electronics, wine lists, jewelry, appliances, office supplies, or anything else in your possession with this easy to use but powerful database and inventory application.

NOTE: There is a free lite version of "MyStuff2" so you can try before you buy. The only difference is the free version has a limit of 15 items.

MyStuff2 allows you to get organized. Avoid buying something you already have. Make it easy to find your stuff. Be prepared in case of theft, fire, or flood.

Data entry is made easy with barcode scanning and Amazon integration, autofill, quick copy, and bulk editing.

User definable categories allow you to keep track of what you want and how you want it. MyStuff2 comes with sample categories to get you started quickly but you can set it up any way you desire to fit your needs.

Here is a small list of things you can keep track of:
• Movie collection
• Music collection
• Books
• Video Games
• Coin collection
• Stamp collection
• Wine Cellar
• Garage Sales / Estate Sales
• Art
• Electronics
• Appliances
• Toy collection
• Clothes
• Jewelry
• Furniture
• Product Inventory
• Anything you want to organize

Import existing lists from other applications using standard CSV files.

Transfer data into or out of MyStuff2 using your own computer, iCloud, Dropbox, Google docs, or other apps.

You can export your data from MyStuff2 as CSV files or PDF reports. Send files to your own computer, iCloud, Dropbox, or Google docs. Email data to yourself or others. View data in other apps installed on your iOS device.

Print reports of your data using AirPrint.

Built-in backup and restore to/from your own computer, iCloud, Dropbox, or Google docs ensures you always have a copy of your data.

User defined actions allow you to keep track of various item events. Examples include donating, lending, selling, using, or repairing.

Quickly find your items using MyStuff2's powerful filtering, searching, and sorting capabilities.

MyStuff2 allows you to enter the following types of data:
• Text (single-line)
• Barcode
• Calculated (formula)
• Contact (Address Book)
• Count
• Currency
• Date
• Decimal (e.g. 3.14)
• Duration (hour, minute, second)
• Email Address
• Integer (e.g. 42)
• Location (GPS, address, map)
• Note (multi-line)
• Phone Number
• Rating
• Term (year, month, day)
• Time
• Voice Memo
• Web Address (URL)
• Yes/No
• Lookup List (user defined list of values)

Store up to 10 images for each of your items.

Add file attachments to your items. View and export the attachments.

Share your data with others. Email lists to co-workers or friends and family. Other users of MyStuff2 can import your shared data directly simply by opening the email attachment.

Customize item lists to display exactly the data you want to see. Apply colors to categories, actions, or individual items to make them stand out.

See a summary of the item list you are viewing. Shows item count, totals, and averages of your data.

Protect access to your data with a passcode. Keep others out of your data. You can also passcode protect individual categories.

Please visit http://www.maddysoft.com/iphone/mystuff to see a complete set of screen shots, additional information, and contact information for "MyStuff2".

NOTE: If you have any issues please contact support. Problems can't be fixed if they are not reported.

Supports TextExpander touch snippet expansion.

The free 'pic2Shop' app can be used for barcode scanning in place of MyStuff2's built-in barcode scanning (iPhone 3G requires pic2Shop to perform barcode scanning).

UPGRADING FROM LITE VERSION: If you are updating from My Stuff, My Stuff Lite, or MyStuff2 Lite you can easily transfer your data by tapping the Transfer button under Tools, Data Transfer.

© Rick Maddy 2008-2012

Apr 5

Numbers – Apple

Posted on Thursday, April 5, 2012 in Productivity
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Numbers

Apple



Genre: Productivity



Price: $9.99



Release Date: April 01, 2010


Numbers is the most innovative spreadsheet app ever designed for a mobile device. Built from the ground up for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, it lets you make compelling spreadsheets in minutes — with tables, charts, photos, and graphics — using just your fingers. Choose from over 250 easy-to-use functions. Enter data and explore results with sliders, steppers, pop-ups, and intelligent keyboards. Numbers works with iCloud, so your spreadsheets stay up to date across all your iOS devices — automatically. And the Retina display on the new iPad makes everything you do in Numbers even more brilliant.

Get started quickly
• Choose from 16 Apple-designed templates including Budget, Travel Planner, and Running Log
• View and edit Numbers ‘09, Microsoft Excel, and CSV files; easily import files from Mail, the web, a WebDAV service, or your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing
• Use iCloud to start editing your spreadsheet right where you left off on another iOS device  
• Drag Numbers ’09, Excel, or CSV files to icloud.com on your Mac or PC to have them automatically appear on your iOS devices

Edit and format data
• Organize your data with great-looking tables and charts
• Use an intelligent keyboard designed to enter numbers, dates, text, durations, or formulas
• Assemble formulas with over 250 functions, including built-in help
• Create a form from any table with headers to quickly enter data on the go
• Use sliders, steppers, and pop-ups to easily enter data and explore results 
• Quickly add photos and videos from the Photos app using the Media Browser
• Automatically save your spreadsheets as you make changes 
• Use the undo feature to go back through your previous changes — even the next time you open your spreadsheet

Share your work
• Share your work by exporting it as a Numbers ’09, Microsoft Excel, or PDF file and sending it via Mail
• Adjust how a sheet prints across multiple pages in Print Preview; you can also use Auto Fit
• Print your spreadsheets on a wireless printer on your network using AirPrint
• Copy spreadsheets to a WebDAV service or directly to your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing

© 2010 – 2012 Apple Inc.