The companion app to the Pedia programs on the Mac. Now your movies, books, albums and games are in your pocket wherever you are.
Sync your data from DVDpedia, Bookpedia, CDpedia and Gamepedia on the Mac, search Doghouse - the Pedias' own database - to expand your Pocketpedia database or manually add entries to your collections.
Edit entries, search your collections, assign stars and mark entries as borrowed, returned or purchased. Create new collections, move entries or sort them by any field. Take your collections with you and access them anywhere with Pocketpedia, the universal app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
UI Localization fixes for iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
Solid companion app for a nice set of OSX apps
Pocketpedia itself is solid - does what it needs to do, what you’d expect. It’s strength lies in the fact that it is a single companion apps for multiple inventory applications. I use Bookpedia, Gamepedia, CDpedia and DVDpedia. Pocketpedia syncs with all of them and provides access to all within a single application. Just what I was looking for. I walked away from the Collectorz (CLZ) series of applications when they went to a subscription model. Bruji provided me with a solid replacement without a subscription.
I LOVE how I can easily edit everything to suit me. The borrowed and loaned stuff is great too. BUT it crashes 9/10 times after adding something to it. It does however save what you put in before it crashed, so minor annoyance at worst. If this could be fixed it would be a five star app for sure.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback. I'm glad to hear you're enjoying Pocketpedia! Of course, the crashes shouldn't happen, especially on a regular basis like that. Do please email us directly (you'll find our email on the Bruji Support page) and we'll take a closer look at the problem.
Decent Companion App But Needs IPhone X Update
It has been a year since the app has been updated and still does not support the new screen layouts for the iPhone X line. It’s frustrating to look at my collection on my phone. That on top of still having to manually sync with my computer and no iCloud or Dropbox support has me seriously considering a new app after using the desktop app for over 10 years now.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.