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.
- 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.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Cardstock 2.2 allows you to access your cards no matter where you are!
# Store Your Collection Across Devices
- Cardstock now allows you to access your collection from all of your devices!
- By saving your collection using iCloud, Cardstock now gives you the power to use whichever device best fits your current situation.
- In order for the sync process to work properly for existing cards, navigate to the settings tab and tap the "Sync Images Between Devices" button on any devices with existing cards.
Ratings and Reviews
Tried it out on a couple of cards & the scanner seems to be decent. Recognized most of the card info accurately with just a few manual additions & corrections required.
Nice that the collection option has multiple ways to sort & organize.
The only thing that’s preventing me from upgrading is having to manually select the value look up & that it relies on Mavin. Would prefer the value data to always be displayed next to the card in the collection & have to a cumulative collection value to justify paying to upgrade.
Developer Response ,
I'm glad to hear you are enjoying most of the app's features. We currently have some features in the works that will allow you track your cards' values in a way very similar to the one you described, so check back soon to see those added to the app!
Great App for Card Collecting & Monitoring Value!
This is a great app, and I plan on using it a lot in near future. Only problem I have is it crashes a lot. It’ll either crash after both card photos are taken, or sometimes after just one of the photos is taken.
There have also been times where I accidentally swipe up or down, and it won’t save the progress I’ve made of uploading new cards. Not sure if it’s a hassle to add auto-save feature after uploading one side of card, card information, etc.? No worries if it is. Great idea for app overall though! Any chance to integrate card values from Beckett in the future?
Developer Response ,
I'm glad to hear you like the app! In regards to the crashes, I have put out an update that greatly improves the app's stability and should stop the app from crashing.
The autosave feature is a pretty great idea that I will certainly keep mind for future updates. At this time, I don't have any plans to integrate with Beckett because they don't provide an api to allow me to access their card values directly, but I will look into possibly allowing the option to choose between card mavin or Beckett for the card value lookup screen.
I was really hoping to like this app. I have a fairly extensive collection and would love to catalog with pictures. First I misinterpreted the claim that the app could “recognize “ and find card information based upon the picture. I thought that was a stretch for an inexpensive app. Second there is no instruction. I have spent well over a half an hour just to figure out how to log one card. I must have just gotten lucky, as I am still trying to figure out how to add a second one. For someone who would like to log thousands of cards, it is just not worth the frustration. Maybe some sort of help in explaining how to use the app efficiently and would like it.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I will look to add a tutorial to help new users in the near future. I’d imagine the part you are having difficulty with is taking the scans of the card. To add a scan of the card, you hit the “Add Front Image” button. Then, after lining up the card, you click the white circle to snap a picture of the card. You then have the option to adjust the corners to produce a cleaner final image. When you finish adjusting, you click “Keep Scan” and then “Save” to add the scan to the card. Then you repeat the same process for the back side. I hope this helps to clear up your confusion. Also, the app is able to recognize information from a large number of cards, but it is not able to identify information from every card. If you have any other questions, feel free to email us at email@example.com.
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