BookTracker

BookTracker 1.4.1

Keep track of your books

BookTracker is a great, trial version Mac software, belonging to the category Science & Education. View full description

BookTracker is a great, trial version Mac software, belonging to the category Science & Education.

More about BookTracker

This software is available for users with the operating system Mac OS X and former versions, and it is only available in English. The current version of the program is 1.4.1 and the latest update happened on 8/26/2009.

About the download, BookTracker is a not that heavy program that doesn't need as much storage space than most programs in the category Science & Education. It's very heavily used in Germany.

Since the software was added to our catalog in 2007, it has obtained 230 downloads, and last week it gained 1 download.

BookTracker is an easy to use way of keeping track of books that you own, have read or have listened to. Because of BookTracker's flexibility, it is a great tool for both collectors who need to record lots of data and for the book enthusiast who just needs the basics. It includes fields for such information as title, author, copyright date, purchase price, location, last read date, etc. There are also custom fields that can be renamed as needed.

BookTracker allows you to place your books in an unlimited number of groups that you create yourself. You can also choose the layout of your booklist, showing the fields that are most important to you. The booklist can be sorted by any of the fields that you have chosen. There is also a filtering function that quickly displays specific titles or authors. BookTracker's printing functionality will print your customized booklist including the current sort and filter. BookTracker has a convenient lookup feature to retrieve book details from the web.

BookTracker

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BookTracker 1.4.1

User reviews about BookTracker

  • Beetone

    by Beetone

    "Mac OS 10.6 Compatibility"

    Conceptually, an excellent Mac application that is of assistance to the frequent public library user as well as the coll... More.

    reviewed on September 12, 2009