Cardstock: Sports Card Scanner 4+

Find Value for Baseball Cards

Open Brace

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 6.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

With a built-in scanner, value lookup, automatic information detection, checklist tracking, card sorting, flippable cards, beautiful image sharing, infinitely nestable folders, powerful search, iCloud sync support, CSV export, and plentiful customization options, Cardstock is the best way to digitally catalog your sports cards.

Features:

⋅ Scanner
- The scanner uses the camera to convert your image into a high quality scan.

⋅ Value lookup
- By using the value lookup, you will be able to see what similar cards have sold for on eBay.

⋅ Automatic information detection
- Every time a card is scanned, Cardstock searches it and records any useful information found.

⋅ Checklist Tracking
- Checklists allow you to utilize your collection to track your progress on completing sets.

- Each time you open a checklist, Cardstock searches for any matching cards and uses them to automatically fill out or create items.

- Checklist templates uploaded by our team or other users make it easy to add checklists.

⋅ Card Sorting
- A powerful sort options menu allows you to sort your cards by any number of attributes.

- Cardstock's ability to sort cards into attribute based groups provides you with new ways to view your collection.

⋅ Flippable cards
- Cards in your collection can be tapped and flipped to allow viewing of either side.

⋅ Beautiful image sharing
- Sharing a card creates a stunning image by combining both sides on top of a background chosen from colors generated to match.

⋅ Nestable folders
- Folders allow cards to be organized in whatever way is best for you.

⋅ Powerful search
- The search tab allows you to search by any attribute found on a card, checklist, or template.

⋅ iCloud Sync Support
- Your collection is automatically kept in sync across devices via iCloud.

⋅ CSV export
- Cards can be exported to a CSV file to give you full control of your data.

⋅ Customization
- The vast number of settings provided enables you to find what works best for you.

I am an independent app developer and I made this app because I couldn’t find a good app on the App Store to catalog my baseball collection. I have worked really hard to provide an app that is both powerful and aesthetically pleasing. The scanner and automatic information detection make Cardstock the easiest way to digitize your collection, the value lookup is the quickest and most accurate way to estimate the true value of your cards, and the ability to share beautiful images of your cards is unrivaled. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, don’t hesitate to email me at kyle.fowler@openbraceapps.com.

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Cardstock uses auto-renewing subscriptions to unlock Unlimited Access.

Payment will be applied to your iTunes account on confirmation. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can cancel anytime with your iTunes account settings. For more information, see http://www.openbraceapps.com/CardstockPrivacyPolicy/index.html.

Terms of Use: https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/dev/stdeula/

What’s New

Version 2.3.5

Cardstock 2.3.4 is a minor update that includes several features to make the app even easier to use!

- Searching a card should now be up to 2x faster!

- Score has finally been added as a brand, so it can be automatically recognized and easily selected from the drop down list.

[Cardstock 2.3.5 contains fixes to some minor bugs due to the launch of iOS 17]

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
6.3K Ratings

6.3K Ratings

Yodi2 ,

Easy to use, streamlined app

Full disclosure: I don’t know precious little about baseball and even less about baseball cards, but I inherited an album and wanted to understand it better, and reorganize it in a way that made sense to me (by player? Team? Position? Brand? Year?) This app was super helpful in allowing me to do that digitally first. I appreciate how clean the interface is. It does exactly what you need it to do without the frills or invasive advertising of other options. I found I did have to double check the autopopulated info - sometimes it would pull the wrong production year, drop a stat into the card number value, or (depending on font) grab the wrong position (in particular, 1B was read as P and pitcher populated a few times) but a solid 90% of the time it pulled in the correct info. I found I had more fun than expected cataloging the cards I have now, and sorting them different ways. Fun app, well built!

sgrams0402 ,

FINALLY! A kid friendly app

My sons love looking up their card collection. I’ve struggled to find a card value app that doesn’t have social media integrations, comment sections, auction/buy now buttons, etc. This app looks up cards, shows the value, tracks your collection, and doesn’t have the fluff I don’t want my kids exposed to. If the developer decides to add it later, my hope is there is a way to disable those features to keep it kid friendly.

I wish there was a way to view subscription tiers. I can’t tell how many cards I can store using the Free option and when I’ll run out.

It scans nicely, cropping the cards near perfectly.

Bob Ldenkirk ,

Amazing app but needs an adjustment

Cardstock would be a perfect rating if it compared prices from eBay. Considering that more card sales and bids are made vie eBay, it would make more sense to compare from a site that can give a much more accurate estimated value than a random site that is being used currently for value estimates. Another thing, I wish that this could be more of a social media thing for cards so that different collectors can sell cards and boxes as well as trade individual cards. In addition to this new implementation, Cardstock could eliminate the unlimited feature and make the features free. Their new source of profit would be a minute portion of commission used in payment for cards between collectors.

App Privacy

The developer, Open Brace, 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Usage Data

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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