List your items, sort them into categories and associate them with places of storage. Easily manage your inventory level and value.
Conceptualize and hierarchize your categories and places of storage.
Thanks to the built-in search tools, you can retrieve your items and their location(s) easily.
Separate your items or objects into coherent groups (work-related items, personal objects, etc.) in order to manage different stocks simultaneously.
For users wishing to monitor their stock levels precisely, Stock Control allows refined management of quantities in the various places of storage, as well as a shortage alert for each item.
Import / export all your data thanks to a CSV file (spreadsheet program) in order to use them on your PC or Mac.
Transfer your data to your other iOS devices with iCloud and iTunes transfer.
Generate PDF catalogs based on your item lists, and send them by e-mail or print them.
Freemium version, limited to 15 items. An in-app purchase unlocks the full app capability (unlimited items).
Application for OS X Mountain Lion and above.
iPhone & iPad version available on the App Store.
Optimized for Retina Display.
If you are satisfied with the Stock Control App, we would be thrilled if you would leave us some feedback in the App Store. Thanks!
- minor bugs fixed
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Vintage Cars and Parts - Hobby
I have a hobby where I buy, sell and trade vintage car parts. I know almost nothing about warehouse, merchandise and/or inventory management. I looked at several programs in the App Store and tried several. With Stock Control 2: inventory I was able to start cataloging items - parts immediately. I figured some things out as I went along and made minor changes to what I was doing. Now I am managing several inventories, and this program is helping me to track cost for individual projects. Inventories I am managing: Stock Parts, 68 Mustang Coupe Restoration Project, 69 Torino Restoration Project. I knew within a couple of days what a 5-year collection of parts were worth - in sell or trade, and I was able to annotate how much the part cost when I bought it - and when, where and from whom I bought the part. I knew exactly what I had spent on a couple of in progress projects.
Tried several different apps for inventory tracking, and this is the only one I found that was able to fit my needs. I use it to track homemade baby food made for a daycare business. I can put in batch numbers, track source information, and where individual pieces were sent. You can put in lots of information and it’s easy to use. Really terrific find for me!
It works but...
You need to pay $35 after you added up 15 items It's not woth it if you're not a business I would not recommend it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.