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.
Fixed barcode scanner button for iOS 13.
Updated cover capture and search result display on iPad.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good, with caveats
I like Bruji’s products, especially on the desktop. They are to be lauded for continuing to support this older iOS app (just as they do their evolving suite for desktop). What I miss in Pocketpedia is plain ease of use. Ergonomically, it would be a massive improvement if we could flick through, say, movies without having to resort to only controlling the app via the tiny thumbnails. In short, let us move from entry to entry by using the entry details (on the right side of the screen) or, more ideally, the larger image itself. Too much fussy tappity-tap is required right now for comfortable portable use. Support for dark screen use is also a must.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the thoughtful feedback. You can swipe left and right while in the details view - or the full cover view - to go to the previous or next entry. Working on dark mode.
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.
Okay but needs an update
This app is a great companion to the desktop app however there are several things that it lacks.
- adding games will only search the one database instead of giving you options from other websites.
- syncing is a nice feature, but having to do it manually every time seems old school
- adding some different view options would be a great help as well.
- Conor Dearden
- 11.1 MB
Requires iOS 11.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © Bruji
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.