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.

MyStuff2 Pro 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.

NOTE: The initial free version has a limit of 15 items but it includes all Pro features so you can try out all functionality. Once upgraded to unrestricted items, the Pro level features become optional in-app purchases.

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

User definable categories allow you to keep track of what you want and how you want it. MyStuff2 Pro 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

Maintain multiple, independent databases of information.

Automatically sync your data between your devices or share your data automatically with other MyStuff2 Pro users.

Import existing data from other applications using CSV files, Excel (xlsx) and Open Document (ods) spreadsheet files.

Transfer data into or out of MyStuff2 Pro using your own computer, email, iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, ftp, other apps, or other iOS devices.

You can export your data as CSV files, PDF reports, or Excel (xlsx) and Open Document (ods) spreadsheet files.

Email data to yourself or others. View data in other apps installed on your iOS device.

Print reports of your data using AirPrint.

Backup and restore features allow you make a copy of your data for safe keeping.

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 Pro's powerful filtering, searching, and sorting capabilities.

MyStuff2 Pro allows you to enter the following types of data:
• Text (single-line)
• Barcode
• Calculated (formula)
• Color
• 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
• Signature
• Term (year, month, day)
• Time
• Toggle (Yes/No, On/Off, etc.)
• Voice Memo
• Web Address (URL)
• Lookup List (user defined list of values)

Store up to 40 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 Pro 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 to see additional information, tutorials, FAQs, and contact information for MyStuff2 Pro.

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

Supports Camera+ for image editing and photo taking.

What’s New

Version 7.4.4

Changes - All Devices
• Slight change to how an item's location is updated when setting the item's group.

Bug Fixes - All Devices
• Fixed display of correct Default Location for a group with a default location of No Location.
• Fixed a few possible stability issues.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
369 Ratings

369 Ratings

Joshua D. ,

Product Search Is Back, Thank You

I'm so, so, so grateful that you brought product search back to this amazing application. This really is the very best cataloguing app in my opinion, there's pretty much no limits on what you can use it for with its vast customization options. I always could tell how much love and dedication this developer put into this program and you just won't find a more powerful or valuable app for keeping a database of anything on the App Store I don't believe.

But, when the product search had to go away for a while, well I was so upset and really didn't use the app as much because barcode searching has never worked all that well for me. But, now that it's back, well, I just can't thank you enough, I'm so very grateful for you doing that. It really brings MyStuff2 Pro back to perfection in my opinion.

If you need an app to catalog any type of collection or create any type of database, this is the end all be all of that type on iOS I think. I am so glad that I can recommend this amazing program again. Thanks for the continued support of this app, not being greedy and ruining the app with a sleazy subscription, and most especially for bringing product search back. God bless and thank you again 👏🏻👍🏻😁.

Developer Response ,

There is no double-dipping. Anyone that originally paid for the app continues to get what they paid for at no additional cost. Simply use the Restore Purchases feature.

As for the search feature, it was removed because the source of data that used to be used to perform the search is no longer available. It was not my choice. If I can find another useful source of data that supports search, I will add that feature back.

rdj999 ,

Unequalled app with great, long-term support

This is a surprisingly useful and flexible database application that I've been happily using for years. It's been receiving updates the entire time with substantial enhancements along the way. Concerned that it hadn't been updated in the past 5 months, I contacted the developer in April 2020 and received an immediate response that although he's not working on new features, he will make sure it is working and address any issues that arise.

Considering that "abandonware" is not unusual here on the App Store, that's a remarkable response that I don't take for granted yet appreciate immensely.

Taking full advantage of MyStuff's functional richness may necessitate some tinkering and learning, but the possibilities are almost deceptively endless. I maintain databases inventorying various collections, a bibliographic database, amateur radio resources, and photographic equipment. These have pictures and links to information on the web related to each item as well as cross-links between database items (e.g. items to their documentation).

I can no longer get backups to work directly to Dropbox (I recall there was an issue with the Dropbox API a while back), but it's not much trouble going to iCloud and then moving it to Dropbox on my Mac.

_Rad_C ,

Wasted money and, most of all, wasted time. Disrespectful developer

I bought this a year ago, roughly, after I tested the free version and asked the developer several questions about it. He answered the questions very promptly while I was still shopping. Then I bought it and I started using it. I spent days creating the containers, taking pictures of the items and containers, etc. Than I noticed that the database was not really syncing between the iPhone and iPad. I messaged the developer from within the app. But I continued to spend days working with the app, thinking that, if I use only my iPhone to log the items in, I should still be ok until I sort the sync issue out with the developer.
Now, that I bought it, it took threats that I am going to post a negative review to get the guy to answer, at about the rate of one answer per five messages. I have about 900 items in the database and a lot of containers. Each should have between one and five pictures. Now the pictures have disappeared in about 90% of the items. So I can't find what I'm looking in the app anymore.

App Privacy

The developer, Rick Maddy, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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