Backlogger is a game organizer that lets you track your progress through your massive backlog of games. It doesn't matter which console it was released for. If you want to complete all your Game.com collection, or want to get through every game featuring poison mushrooms, make a playlist and queue it up to play next.
Now playing cards show game box art with an interface that allows you quickly update your progress in games, and see info about them.
Searches GiantBomb, an ever-updating database of games for filling in all the details about a game.
Allows for adding your own platforms in case you happen to have some sort of weird hack of a game released unofficially for a platform (like if you wanted to beat Half-Life on your iPod mini).
Make playlists so that you can create a list of games you'd like to play in any order you'd like. Make a spooky games list, or games in a series, it really doesn't matter what you do, just don't not make any. That's sad :(
Import games from Steam so you don't have to manually add them all in.
Fixed issues with custom platforms. Minor UI tweaks
Ratings and Reviews
I have tried 7 different video collection apps before sticking with this one and it’s free! The user interface is nice and clean. I like the ability to create custom lists, the ability to sort by title within the lists and platforms. Other apps add by order which not helpful when trying to quickly look to see if I already online a game. I also like the dedicated wishlist and the ability to mark a percentage of the game to track progress.
The only downfalls I have came across is the inability to search by scanning bar codes, the search seems a little finicky, and the inability to add a title if you are unable to find it in the lookup. Out of 43 titles, 4 were not found in the look up. Also it would be nice to have more information pull into the game detail such as videos, hints, reviews etc as some other apps do but none pull all items into one place. I would even pay for these upgrades.
I hope you consider these changes in the future. Thank you for the wonderful app.
Laid out nicely. Interface is very intuitive. I added my whole game collection, made a playlist for my console games I want to play and put them in the order I want to play them, then did the same for my handhelds. I even made a playlist of games I can play with my 4 year old daughter. Awesome app! Keep it up!
Best backlog manager I've found
This is great for my many games and keeping track of what digital games I own.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.