Reading List: Book Tracker 4+

TBR bookshelf planner and log

Andrew Bennet Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Easily track books you’ve read, books you’re reading, and books you want to read. Record your progress by adding the start and finish date of your books.

ADD NEW BOOKS
• Scan the barcode of a book to quickly add it to your list
• Search online to find and add books
• Alternatively, add a book manually by typing in its details
• Sync your data between all devices via iCloud

TRACK YOUR READING
• Quickly log the dates you start and finish each book with a tap or swipe
• Order the books, to help plan what to read next
• Create your own custom lists, like "Wishlist", "Favourites", etc
• Record the current page of books you're reading
• Add your own rating and notes to each book
• View your reading statistics

PRIVATE & PERSONAL
• No online account or signup needed
• All data is private, stored on-device or in your iCloud account
• Export and import all your data

Some premium features require Reading List Pro, which can be purchased in the app. The app remains fully-featured when used without Reading List Pro.


Terms of Use: https://readinglist.app/termsofservice
Privacy Policy: https://readinglist.app/privacypolicy

What’s New

Version 2.5.11

This minor update includes the following changes:

• Fixes an issue where certain iPad models would fail to scan book barcodes when running iPadOS 17.4.
• Other minor bug fixes and improvements.

As always, feel free to email me at feedback@readinglist.app with any feedback. If you're enjoying the app, I'd love a rating or review in the App Store. Happy reading!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
25.3K Ratings

25.3K Ratings

Curry Macaroons ,

Literally the BEST book app EVER!!

This app is amazing!! The free version is insane!!!!! You can add unlimited books (?) I’m up to 600 and I see no limit in sight 😂 The paid version is literally just graphs and data that you get, I personally see no value in it, but you do you! You can add books to your TBR, to your Just Read, or to your Started pile. There are many ways to add your books. Either you can scan the barcode on the back, search up the title name and author to find it, or you can manually type in the book if you are that type of person. You can also scan many books at a times, you just have to select the option. When scanned, searched, or inputted manually, there is a book blurb given for each book and where to buy it, along with book genre details and other stuff. You can also create different “piles” or folders of books that can edit with ease. I personally like to organize my books into genre with these folders. The app is a BREEZE to navigate and this app truly is the best out there for FREE! I have seen and used many apps to keep track of which books I have, and all have had flaws. Either I had too many books, or I couldn’t search up the books I already had, or some other flaw that made me unable to use the app. But this app has zero, and I personally challenge you to find one

dsgruntledgenx ,

A treat for those disenfranchised…

I started using Reading List maybe 6 months ago. I was searching for a digital way to store my ever evolving tbr list, while compiling lists of books that I have collected (lovingly & haphazardly) for 30 years. I’ve spent many a dollar on paper mementos from bygone eras & yet more times than not, I’m literally lost in a bookstore wondering “Do I have this edition? Do I have it in paperback, hardcover, signed, limited edition?” And yes I’ve bought multiple copies of many (my local library loves to see me donate). So you can understand why when I began cataloging my personal library to a digital format, I downloaded 3 or four free apps to test to see which would best suit my long term needs. After several tries, I kept two, because yeah I like having a backup plan. Reading List was one of my final and now is my only reading list/biblio type app. The developer, Andrew, actually replied to my app user feedback email. And he is responsive on Twitter to followers of the app. In a world where service and help is no longer a courtesy but is usually rendered by ever infuriating automation, it was nice to see the actual human interface of this app, caring for his product. I hope this review though long, helps this young developer’s dream. It certainly helped my disorganized collection of books. Many thanks!

Jacquelinef18 ,

Excellent app!!

I love this app! I do use Goodreads to track books but I wanted someplace non-social to track the spiritual books I read since people seem to be so judgy these days no matter what faith or eclectic spirituality you espouse. I was immediately impressed w this simple book tracker and how easy it is to look up books by barcode or title, author etc and add it to custom shelves, track your reading, add a rating. Not sure why book reading always has to be a social event, tied to social media, when it’s a mostly solitary endeavor. I love that I finally have a very nice non-social book tracker! Not all features are intuitive to figure out but there is a help menu that helped me figure out for example, how to add a book to a shelf. (Have to add book to Reading list first, then scroll to bottom of book description page to Manage Lists.) LOVE that I can have a book on multiple lists! In addition to categories & book club lists, I like to have lists that tell me whether the book is in Kindle, iBooks, physical etc so I can find the book if I want to re-read it. HIGHLY RECOMMEND this app and tipping the developer if you like the app since it’s completely free to use. (Tipping is under the in app settings menu.)

Developer Response ,

Many thanks for the lovely review! ☺️

Subscriptions

Reading List Pro (Yearly)
Reading List Pro (Yearly)
Unlocks statistics, iCloud sync, and more
Free Trial

In-App Purchases

Reading List Pro (Lifetime)
Reading List Pro (Lifetime)
Unlocks statistics, iCloud sync, and more
$34.00

App Privacy

The developer, Andrew Bennet Ltd, 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
  • Diagnostics

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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